KTC Coding Club

Learning through STEM education

Empowering educators in kindergarten, primary and secondary education gain knowledge and skills to facilitate coding and robotics education for learners.

Coding and robotics lessons were special classes yesterday but not today. Every learners needs a test of these gamified learning stimulants for cognitive development. This program is executed in collaboration with schools. The challenge for most school that desire to register for the program is lack of funds to implement the program, including purchasing the required devices and equipment.

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“If we teach today’s students as we taught yesterday’s, we rob them of tomorrow.” --John Dewey--

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Empowering Educators

The program focuses on skilling educators with coding and robotics skills and support them incorporate coding and robotics in school programs.

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Why Educators?

Educators are the drivers of learning in school and empowering them to teach coding is a sustainable mechanism of rapidly implement coding classes in schools.

The Benefit

Coding empowers learners with applicable skills such as creativity, problem-solving and persistence, it also empowers them to more confidently face a variety of challenges and opportunities.

Critical thinking

the ability to effectively analyze information and form a judgment. This helps learners to evaluate and respond to situations, assess alternative procedures, and test approaches against relevant criteria


This involves learners defining a problem, determining its cause, identifying, prioritizing, and selecting alternatives for a solution, and implementing a solution.

Innovation and creativity

Empowers learners to develop or improve ideas for better and creativity provides the means to achieve development and improvement.


Training Center

Service Benefits

Who is it for?

Coding lessons are for everyone whether you are in school or finished school. The KTC program targets educators and their learners.

How does the program work?

We register learners(educators) to take the training in a blended learning approach. After completing the training, the trainer(s) take on their first class which we supervise and give feedback. Lastly, the trainer is graduated as coding and robotics facilitator after their class training experience. The minimum number of educator trainees per school is two(2) for kindergarten and four(4) for primary and secondary schools.

How do we get involved as a school?

Contact us using the details on the left column bar on this page or use the inquiry form on the front-page to reach us.