Coding++™

All about the Coding++ platoform

What is the Coding++™ platform?
The Coding++ platform consists of the Story Coder, App Coder and Sensor Coder that help children of different age groups develop their skills in coding, log...
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How do I track my child's progress in the courses?
The Coder Profile (coder.plezmo.com) is not only a profile page for your child but also serves as a long term repository of your child's work. Communit...
Wed, 9 Dec, 2020 at 11:22 PM
Why is Python programming so popular and how can my child learn it?
Python is a relatively easy language to learn with a huge library and community support. Our Coding++ courses introduce Python to children at an age-appropr...
Wed, 9 Dec, 2020 at 11:22 PM
What if my child does not like the course?
We guarantee that your child will love our Coding++™  courses.
Wed, 9 Dec, 2020 at 11:22 PM
Which course should I opt for?
Our courses are offered for the 8-10 and 11-14 year old age groups. There are different levels offered in each of these categories depending on the number o...
Wed, 9 Dec, 2020 at 11:23 PM
What are Plezmo wireless sensors?
The Plezmo elements that are a part of every Plezmo Kit are hi-tech wireless devices that enable children to build smart models and prototypes. Kn...
Wed, 9 Dec, 2020 at 11:23 PM
How do Plezmo courses enhance my child's career prospects?
Our courses are designed to teach and develop in children all-round skills that help them become innovators in their chosen field or career.
Wed, 9 Dec, 2020 at 11:23 PM
I hear a lot about Design Thinking these days. Do you offer this?
Design Thinking is a mindset that applies solution-based approaches to problem solving - here the human is always at the center of the solution. We employ a...
Wed, 9 Dec, 2020 at 11:23 PM
What materials do you use in your courses?
The Plezmo toolkits consist of elements and reusable cardboard activity sheets for children to develop and test their prototypes.
Wed, 9 Dec, 2020 at 11:23 PM
What kind of projects do children create in your courses?
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