ATjA focuses on project-based learning that delivers actual outcomes. Every ATjA course will have an end project. Students will be learning towards an end project or outcome, which can later be shown or presented to parents.
Upcoming course for Jan 2019 is now open for enrolment!
Unleash your creativity through digital design and interactive programming. This course guides students to blend audio, animation, graphics and text in a digital environment to develop animations, interactive quizzes and games through coding. Students will also gain 21st century core competencies such as digital literacy, collaboration, communication, critical thinking and problem-solving that schools need to condition students to thrive in today’s world.
Each and every interaction between humans and computers is governed by code. Coding is everywhere and fundamental to the understanding of a hyper-connected world. Coding is the literacy of today and it helps practice 21st century skills such as problem solving, communication and computational thinking. Prepare for the Future! Enrollment Starts Now!
ATjA – Computer Science for 21st Century Skills (Starts Jan 2019)
ATjA focuses on project-based learning that delivers actual outcomes. Students will be learning towards an end project or outcome, which can be later shown or presented to parents at the end of the course.
All ATjA courses will be offered in 3 different levels or bands, that are carefully developed to fit into the different age groups from standard 1 till 6. These age-appropriate curriculums, provide a more efficient and effective learning progression for all students.
The Applied Technology Junior Academy (ATjA) exposes students to current technology platforms in an educational environment. ATjA is a series of enrichment courses that apply age-appropriate curriculum, with relevant and productive training, to prepare students for the real-world challenges in the near future.
Digital Multimedia, Productivity, Coding, Edutainment with the Digital World, 21st Century Skills for Learners. Each cluster provides students with the fundamental skills to become more than just technology consumers –instead, they are nurtured to grow into creators and innovators.