Category: Reviews – Learn Coding Through Live Video Classes

Ednora’s is an online platform, where kids can learn to code from students of top-tier universities. This unique platform was initiated in November 2018. It bridges the gap between learning and application. We had an electronic interview with Smita Shrivastava, Founder of Ednora, to know how Learn2Code helps learners learn to code. We have

Khan Academy – Free Online Lessons and Practice Questions for K-14

  Khan Academy is one of the most widely used learning platforms in the world. It’s a not-for-profit organization initiated by educator Salman Khan.  It’s a free learning platform with short learning video lectures, articles, practice questions and activities for K-14, prepared by various subject-matter experts. On their platform, student reports including their learning behavior,

Coding for Kids: 24 Free Websites that Teach Programming

Coding for kids is the new literacy. It covers various aspects of a kid’s learning—logic building, systematic thinking, problem solving, collaboration, and creativity. You can teach your kids programming by using the given coding for kids free websites from the list. The list comprises of some great free coding for kids websites like,,

Google for Education: A Step-by-Step Guide for Classroom Integration

What is Google for education? Google for education is a pack of Google products, including Google Chromebook, G Suit, Classroom, and Expeditions, that make classroom management and lessons efficient and effective. The aim of Google for Education is to organize information and tools in a useful structure and make it accessible for teachers and students,

Instructables Contest – Win Equipment for Makerspaces in Schools

Makerspaces in schools and communities are activity areas equipped with tools and equipment that are shared by students, hobbyist, start-ups, etc. who want to explore, invent, collaborate and create projects related to subjects like technology, IoT, woodwork, Art & Craft, robotics, coding, electronics, cooking and sewing. Creating a makerspace (traditionally called hackerspace) can sometimes turn