CuriousJr Pro will help students learn coding in a more personalized way with better guided sessions
CuriousJr, the mobile-based coding education platform for K12 students, is set to take education to the next level with the initiative of CuriousJr Pro. The amendment to increase the level of coding education by CuriousJr Pro will be introduced on September 10, available on the regular app on the play store with the new features.
CuriousJr aims to provide coding learning on mobile phones to students who don’t have access to laptops and is now expanding the scale as a premium offering for students. CuriousJr Pro will bring language proficiency opportunities to students with the five-level plan.
- Master classes –The session will be recorded and industry professionals will provide instructions. These sessions will help students learn more about real-world examples of coding implementation.
- 24/7 Coach Support –Students will be helped to resolve their questions/doubts in real-time by coding specialists conducting live Q&A sessions.
- Report card – At the end of the week, each student will receive a report card outlining areas where they need to improve and where they are doing well.
- Weekly competition –These competitions will involve problem statements that will compel these students to implement their learnings and check their standing among other students.
The co-founder of CuriousJr, Mr. Mridul Ranjan Sahu, spoke about the new way of the application, “Currently CuriousJr is giving great ideas about coding, students are interested in the skill of coding, but our mission is to make people understand that coding is not just a secondary skill, but it is a subject skill-based so the goal is to teach students accordingly.CuriousJr Pro will give students the opportunity to understand the actual implementation of coding languages and achieve fluency in the language.
Currently, approximately 88% of K12 students do not have access to a laptop/desktop, necessitating mobile solutions for students to learn to code. In addition, 79% of students in the country learn in their mother tongue. Therefore, vernacular learning solutions become essential to ensure an efficient learning system across the country. Since its release in September 2020, the app has racked up over 1.5 million installs and over 250,000 monthly active users. With CuriousJr Pro, the company expects a larger base of users and students on its app.
CuriousJr is an online platform based on Gurugram founded in 2020 to enable children aged 8 to 17 to learn to code. It is mobile-first, offers lessons in vernacular languages, and allows students to post and share creations within the wider community. CuriousJr aims to create the most trusted learning platform that delivers technology-enabled, impact-based learning to 500 million children around the world by 2030.
It was founded by Amit Shekhar, Janishar Ali and Mridul Ranjan Sahu, all graduates of IIT-BHU.
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