We treat programming like Math when it comes to learning Practice, practice, and practice – That’s our mantra because that’s how concepts stick in the little brain. Worksheets follow each lesson, and students can only move to the next lesson after satisfactorily completing these worksheets. This ensures that students are comfortable and ready for the next concept.
Once you learn one, learning another language is super easy. Before we dive into the syntax and grammar of programming languages, we solve the problem using logic and algorithm. We teach students to visualize solutions using a flowchart, trace table, and bubble diagrams before writing a single line of code. This helps build good analytical and problem-solving skills and makes programming easy to learn.
In this journey, you are not alone At every step, you get the support you need to excel. You will be part of a healthy, thriving community of peers learning and supporting their fellow learners. Have a question? Post and get an answer immediately from someone – not to mention that such responses are also being reviewed and moderated by mentors on the platform.
Get help when you are coding and make real progress. You will be guided by our hand-picked mentors trained to provide you with real-time help when stuck. Students feel frustrated in programming and eventually give up when they can’t go past an error in code or can’t solve problems. Getting help is only a click away; you will chat and share screens with mentors.
Once you start, we stay behind you to make a finisher. Earn CodeMode’s certification, assuming you pass our video-proctored exit Assessment. We also assist you in taking industry certification. What’s important (especially for college aspirants and job seekers) is to build internship experience. Our top performers earn paid/unpaid internships, which can be showcased in resumes & college applications.
We built a new learning model from scratch, and it is more than creating a few courses or bringing some talented teachers. We used our experiences as technologists and parents to develop a practice-oriented coding platform. We learned from Math and other subjects to create courses in which practice is at the core (each chapter is divided into concepts; each concept has text and videos; a quiz follows each concept to validate understanding; each chapter has one or more practice worksheets).