Education is one of the world’s oldest disciplines, the most important, and arguably one of the most widespread. As technology advances at a more rapid pace then before each day, educational methods have the chance to become more effective at teaching. Raspberry Pi and CoderDojo have joined forces to teach people how to code, a useful skill that can help people make outstanding livings one day, if pursued. Also, getting people on board with any educational effort at a young age exponentially increases the likelihood of throughly understanding it.
One thing educational programs do lack is live as-you-go programs that teach users by altering or modifying things they type and explain why, until Epigrammar recently came along. Type more cohesive sentences to friends, family, and co workers. Keep from getting lost in punctuation mix ups by having Epigrammar flex its easy to follow annotations.
Epigrammar hopes to build upon reading comprehension skills by modifying thoughts, patterns and behavior as soon as they happen and inform students of what they did wrong. Epigrammar has a number of functions that help people succeed in learning reading, whether they are younger than the recommended age group or 30 or more years older!
Another educational startup, DevMountain, teaches people coding designed specifically around their place of work. This program has turned from a candy factory into a fun place to learn coding to become a better worker.