In our old school education system we were more determined for uniformity and did not appreciate unique, creative and innovative ideas or minds. In such a system, learning how to code or how to make a software was regarded as highly technical and mostly perceived as a difficult line of education which is limited to only the IT related geeks who have expertise in this category.

But thankfully in the advance era of today, that is not the case anymore. Coding and programming has come into a light where people only see how advantageous it is and what benefits we can obtain, even if we know the basics of it. It doesn’t limit to the geeks of information technology but even for the normal people in our regular routine, a couple of things can go smooth only if we know programming or coding. There are numerous benefits of learning how to code that one can take advantage from and it can pay off double, if you learn it at a young age. Following are a few of the benefits for your consideration.

If your child learns how to code at a young age it will benefit in the technical academic section in computing as with the introduction of new curriculum, now programming and coding gets assessed too during exams, at some of the schools. If they have the basic knowledge of programming they will understand the mechanisms of general digital things and items that we generally operate at home along with their functioning at different levels which will ultimately increase their confidence in school, life and technology.
 

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