Choosing the right tech academy for your kids and teens is not often an easy decision. The first decision is determining which tech route is suitable for your child’s skill set and future goals. This is a very sensitive decision that needs to be carefully… Read More »Why Asetech Academy is the best bet for your kids’ tech future
Despite its versatility and importance, the internet still has risks like cyberbullying, predators, and exposure to inappropriate content, especially for kids who may not yet understand these risks or how they can recognise/prevent them.
Kids love to play with computers, smartphones, tablets, and other devices. However, they sometimes may not have built an interest into understanding how these devices were programmed to work. This is where intentionality comes in. Tech is taking over the world and getting your kids… Read More »How to Spark Kid’s Interest in Tech
The mind of a child is very vast and imaginative. Adults see paper, children see aeroplanes and buildings. Adults see a stick, children see a sword from the far ends of the multiverse. Adults see a chair, children see a space shuttle. Imagine what would happen if this imagination is… Read More »Why Kids and Teens Should Learn Tech
One major effect of the pandemic was that it changed the way we work by brining remote work to the fore. As the pandemic lingered, companies sought and found ways to adapt to the new way of work, and employees found out that work could be… Read More »The changing landscape of jobs in Africa
A lot of primary and secondary schools in Nigeria do not offer coding classes to their students. There are many reasons for this, the most popular two reasons been that it is not in the educational curriculum, and the cost of hiring an experienced coding teacher.
Towards the end of 2021, we wanted to conduct a state-wide Coding Competition targeted at Primary and Secondary school students in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. In respect to this, we began reaching out to primary and secondary schools in the state to allow their students… Read More »The Need for the ‘My School Online’ Initiative