We at Code.JAM strongly believes that each child is different and has their own strengths in each aspect despite the difference in their learning curves.
Code.JAM’s goal is to inspire, develop children to think out of the box, ability to reason and rationalize logically and release their potential to shape and experience an endless human possibility.
We apply inquiry-based learning and differentiated instruction strategies in conducting our classes. These methods have proven to be effective in retaining content and accommodate well to diverse learning styles.
–Decompressing problems through structured questioning
–Design thinking to brainstorm solutions
–Hands-on and interactive fun
–Applicable to the real world
Jennet’s interest in robotics and coding dated back in her Secondary school days. She headed the robotics club in Singapore Chinese Girls’ School and led her team to win several national competitions. Thereafter, she continued to pursue her passion in Singapore Polytechnic and then in Nanyang Technological University, graduating with a Degree in Mechanical Engineering. After her education, she paid it forward and went into the education industry. It has been more than 6 years now and she believes that every child has endless capabilities and should be given the opportunity to discover their potential!
Annie started as a robotics trainer as she loves teaching kids. A part-time opportunity was given to her during her University period and she tried it out to get some additional income. She fell in love and went into full time training. Time flies and 15 years of training went by, with the first girl she taught, now graduated from University and getting married. All these are the happiness she gets, from students to friends. She believes everyone should be given the opportunity as long as they have the right attitude. Her motto, it’s not just about robotics, it’s your mindset and attitude.
Richard Branson quoted “You don’t learn to walk by following rules. You learn by doing and falling over.“
This is the quote which stood by Mei Yee for a long time during her academic days till into the working world which moulded her mind-set to step into the unknown. Entrepreneurship. She started out as an entrepreneur despite not being equipped with them, she had to learn everything the hard way.
Mei Yee then chanced upon an opportunity to be a trainer in the STEM technology and started out from there. As she took up the educator responsibility, she saw how one child who needed a lot more assistance and guidance emerged from “zero to hero”, that gave her a huge sense of achievement. From then on, the rest was history. She decided to embark into this journey of sharing and guiding children regardless of their background as she also strongly believes that there is a lot to learn outside academics which are also very essential our lives.