Posted by Sami Asaker on June 19, 2017

Playing with Arduino

Posted by Sami Asaker on June 18, 2017

Why Programming For Kids

Programming (or coding -as it is generically referred to), is transforming our world. Being able to code is like having a master key to technology. These keys have the potential to unlock doors to an incredible future. Imagine how being able to read and write code proficiently will impact humanity? All one has to do is pick up a smart phone to understand how companies such as “Apple” have impacted the world in the last 10 years!
Project Gnosis is dedicated to the study and ongoing development of teaching computer sciences to school aged children world-wide. We understand something this significant needs to be taught with care and diligence but above all patience and creativity. This is why we believe teaching kids how to code now is so important. Technology is not just for them, but the world at large. Knowledge like this can no longer be held back. Our future as a nation, perhaps even as a species, depends greatly upon the kind of tech education we provide the up and coming generations.
After almost 3 years of intense research, development and implementation, we believe we have achieved this with our curriculum. It is a new kind of literacy. It is every bit as relevant and impactful to our children and their day to day living as knowing how to read and write in their own mother tongue. Teaching kids how to code allows students to graduate from being mere passive users of technology into being the drivers behind it.
Engineering is no longer something that can wait for adulthood! The world is 100% digitized and technologically driven, but to date less than 10% of people can read or write computer programs let alone build one! Project Gnosis has formulated a computer literacy and hardware engineering curriculum to impact and change all that. We are the change we want to see in the world. Helping students evolve by furnishing them with a solid curriculum they can build a strong foundation from.
“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime”

Posted by Sami Asaker on June 18, 2017

Putting Kids in the Driver’s Seat

A new set of languages is on the rise!

Python, C# and Java are forcing Spanish, French and Chinese to take a backseat. Coding is the new language. Coding is the new literacy.
In our digital age, children need to understand how the devices they’re using work. Teaching coding puts children in control of the computer and lets them learn through experimentation how to master concepts such as logic and consequences. It allows them to tap into their creative side and come up with projects that can be diversified! The benefits of programming for children today will secure a far better tomorrow.