Kyiv, Ukraine, July 19, 2018 –(PR.com)– Technologies in IT education are changing rapidly: many teaching methods are constantly being improved, depending on new market requirements.
IT company Lucky Labs has developed a unique training program for schoolchildren who want to become programmers. It is based on key trends of modern IT education – less interval and gamification. The first principle consists in laconic forms of training with a focus on practical tasks. Such fragmentation contributes to better mastering of new knowledge and skills.
“Our courses, where we teach schoolchildren to write code and create their first video games, are focused on practical workshops. In the course of creating his author game on the Unity 3D engine, the pupil ‘hones’ his knowledge on the implementation of smaller projects. Thus, schoolchildren learn the algorithms using the example of tic-tac-toe. They learn to write code using the example of the simplest games, which will take 5 minutes to create,” the press service of Lucky Labs reported.
The theoretical part of IT courses is based on the principle of gamification. The submission of the facts is based on the game scenarios, which contributes to a more flexible and interactive learning process. This approach also helps to reveal the pupil’s personality in a new way.
“A variety of gaming techniques help involve schoolchildren emotionally. They bring joy, surprise and elements of support to the training. This helps achieve the goals in a more natural way, with no stress, unnecessary strain and overwork,” added the press service of Lucky Labs.
Lucky Labs develops software products for marketing, gaming and financial industries. The company’s portfolio includes more than 100 mobile and desktop applications. The company sells its products on the western market and in the Asian countries. Today, 950 people work in the Ukrainian offices of Lucky Labs. According to DOU rating, Lucky Labs is also among the 20 largest Ukrainian IT companies.
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