Education, as we understand, is the process of facilitating learning, or gaining of knowledge, skills, values, morals, beliefs, and habits. In general, ‘education’ is associated with what is taught in classroom. Current learning process and practices in schools are generally not aligned with the transformational view of education. It doesn’t  mean that traditional study is bad, but it is fact that learning level has grown. In this smart age, our kids are more advance and they know so many things at this younger age.

Education is a key for sustainable development. Good quality education to our children is an essential tool for achieving a more sustainable world. Sustainable education can be interpreted as the process of gaining knowledge, values, practices related to sustainable development. Use of technology in the classroom is very beneficial to help the students understand and absorb what they are being taught. Information technology is a driving force for education reforms, as well as means of promoting shared knowledge in society. Sustainable education requires a sustainable development strategy.  Education activities, especially in schools must incorporate sustainable and effective educational methods in order to fulfil potential of technology transformations.

With innovations like adoptive instructions, teachers can work collaboratively with technology and IT experts to help design learning environments that identify learning difficulties in students. In Codetots, our teachers focus on our student difficulties, their talents, their energy and creativity. Our teachers teach coding using content that is both educational entertaining. They allow our kids to discuss and participate in decision making on the design and content. Local and global issues are also discussed sometime and values and principles that are essential for sustainable development are also shared. Students are creating innovating outcomes in there every lesson that they learn with us and sharing it with the world. Students think about the problem that they want to work on, feel and design from heart with our teachers and share it on a global platform.


Haruka Sano

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