Frequently Asked Questions

Bellow are some frequently asked questions.

  1. How will my child benefit from iClever Code?

    iClever courses teach critical 21st-century skills, including computer programming, critical thinking, and problem-solving. Students learn how to code, debug and solve puzzles. They also learn computational thinking by developing algorithmic and design thinking abilities. After learning the fundamental courses, kids can transition to JavaScript, Python, or C++ very easily.

  2. Why iClever Code? Why use block-based coding?

    Our self-paced, immersive game-like, and interactive learning, allows kids to learn the basics with easy block-based coding challenges, motivating them to acquire skills 5x faster, before seamlessly transitioning to real-world text-based languages like JavaScript, Python, and C++. Kids learn on their own with a guided, hands-on approach that individualizes the coding experience.

  3. Can my child code like a programmer after learning?

    We use a Scratch-based coding environment with the curriculum. Children who learn to code here can seamlessly transition to Scratch programming. In some way, we teach kids Scratch Programming. The important thing is that kids develop crucial critical thinking, and problem-solving skills, unlock and empower their creativity, to succeed in any endeavor.

  4. What devices are the courses supported on?

    You can access iClever Code courses from desktop, laptop, or tablet computers, with a modern browser and Internet connection. To get a better experience, we recommend you use the latest version of browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge, and Opera. Internet Explorer is not recommended.

  5. What about the price and how to pay?

    The first level of each series of game courses is free. For the other levels of the game courses and all video courses, you can buy them separately and learn anytime. You can also buy a membership and during the period you can learn any course. We suggest buying a membership for older kids because they learn quickly, and buying courses separately for younger ones.

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