Koding Next Has Cooperation With Ministry of Communications and Informatics of Republic of Indonesia (KOMINFO)
Hello, Smart Parents!
Koding Next is cooperating with the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology of the Republic of Indonesia to boost the secondary skills of junior and senior high school teachers throughout the country. This cooperation aims at improving teachers’ additional skills to face globalisation and digitalisation. One of the skills trained is coding since coding skill is predicted to be a skill one must master in the future.
The skill training is for self-learning and improving secondary skills. The teachers are trained by professional and experienced teachers from Koding Next. Meanwhile, the programming languages taught are Scratch, Python, and Tynker. The lessons aim at making the teachers understand the materials, master basic coding, manage to answer quizzes given, and build projects using the programming languages taught.
This secondary skills training is followed by 1,924 participants and 500 participants in every batch. It is held Monday to Friday from 9 to 12.12 Western Indonesia Time. The participants learn using the Zoom meeting platform and are guided by professional instructors from Koding Next.