"Skill Struck has let me have the students go at their own pace and allowed me to not have to make up multiple levels of work. Instead I get to spend my time helping the students with where they are learning. Also I can easily challenge my way of advanced learners and give them the opportunity to earn Python certification. Thus giving them a step ahead in the job world. [Skill Struck] has been wonderful to work with and they listen to suggestions to improve their software and have provided an opportunity that my low income students may not have had otherwise.”
“I cannot tell you how exciting this has been to implement coding in our rotations and the students are beyond excited! I’ve never had them enjoy computers as much as they have since we started Skill Struck. Implementing the program was so smooth. I actually feel like I know what I’m doing when teaching coding. I look forward to seeing what the students will learn and accomplish with Skill Struck.”
“When we were looking at new computer science curriculum, we wanted to be careful about not overwhelming the already overwhelmed classroom teachers. Skill Struck was a good fit for us, because we could have our computer lab paras implement the program during the PLC rotations. Having their questions answered quickly and feeling the support from Skill Struck’s customer service team has been invaluable.”
Luz, from Moreno Valley USD, shares a look at one of her projects and explains why she likes using Skill Struck to learn how to code.
Chula Vista Elementary School District partners with Skill Struck and the YMCA to provide their students computer science education in their afterschool program.
Becky Baez, from Landmark Middle School, shares why her and her students love using Skill Struck platforms to learn how to code.