K–12 Computer Science, Simplified
Schools all over the world are putting more of an emphasis on CS education, but it can be incredible challenging to introduce a completely new subject into a school's curriculum. Educators are already busy, and many have limited experience teaching computer science. The task of creating an equitable and effective computer science curriculum can be daunting. This is where Skill Struck comes in.
10 Tips from Teachers on Remote Education
We know that this is a strange and challenging time for educators all over the world. We’re proud to partner with you as you tirelessly work to help each of your students succeed.
5 Ways to Keep Students Engaged in At-Home Learning
We know this is a stressful time for educators, as you are making the switch from in-class to online education. We want you to know that Skill Struck is here to support you.
Introducing Skill Struck's New Brand
Breaking down barriers begins with the way we represent ourselves and our voyagers. Each is part of a diverse group of adventurous, colorful learners, aided by Skill Struck as they journey through the digital age.
Why Parents Love Skill Struck
Now that we’re living in the era of tech, most kids these days are exposed to many forms of technology at an early age. In fact, it’s surprising how quickly some two year olds can navigate to their favorite games on their parents’ phone.
Skill Struck Releases Version Two of Ninja and are Calling it Voyage
Skill Struck released Voyage—version two of their Voyage is an affordable way for kids to learn how to code through fun, engaging coding challenges. Kids are guided through a coding education while competing and helping others on the platform.
Should My Kid Learn to Code? 3 Reasons Why the Answer is Yes
It is interesting to contemplate how technology has impacted the extracurricular industry. As teenagers spend more and more time at home playing Fortnite or watching Youtube videos, they spend less time developing skills. Parents have started to make a connection to technology and their children, as “Coding for Kids,” or something similar, is googled a million times each month.