A course in which the youngest students will be introduced to the world of Programming and will learn to work with the right tools. And they won’t need to write or read the code, given that they’ll use visual languages programmed by blocks.
- The basic digital literacy.
- Understanding of sequencing orders and simple conditionals.
- The transversal support to the curriculum.
How can children who cannot yet read or write learn to code? How to get them to understand and master the basic abstract concepts for this purpose?
First, you need to provide them with some basic digital knowledge. For the 3-year-old to interact with electronic devices, there will be a preliminary part of work on basic digital skills and competencies that we adults take for granted but that for children is a new world. Simple things like turning on a tablet, dragging objects, operating a mouse or keyboard, or accessing or validating a program require prior work.
Once this objective has been achieved, children will be able to approach the learning process of basic programming concepts and elements through the following methodologies and dynamics: