Teachers and Parents Can Encourage Kids to Learn Coding Through Fun
and Interactive Online Learning
“Every programmer needs to know the basics of HTML, and we design courses like these on our platform to inspire teachers and parents to encourage kids to learn this increasingly important language,” said
This new Pluralsight course explores the basics of HTML, the fundamental publishing language of the Web. Led by Pluralsight author
“Computers and mobile devices have become critical to almost every business and job function in the world and it is important that my kids have an understanding of how to program,” said
Although programming jobs are highly lucrative, there is a significant gap between the number of jobs available and the number of people who are qualified to fill them. According to Code.org, this discrepancy is expected to expand, with 1 million more jobs than computer science students by 2020. To achieve its goal to help grow the number of computer science students across the world, Pluralsight continues to encourage adoption of technical skills for youths through partnerships with K-12 schools, in addition to free online coding courses for kids.
Founded in 2004, Pluralsight is the global leader in online learning for serious software developers, IT specialists and creative technologists. As the world’s largest curated e-learning library for professionals, the company offers instant access to more than 3,000 courses authored by top experts. With customers in more than 150 countries, Pluralsight serves as a career catalyst, delivering hands-on, practical training for the most in-demand and understaffed jobs of today. For more information visit Pluralsight.com.
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