Sunaina Foundation is a charity offering basic computer education and coding skills to kids from grade 1 to 5, especially at-risk in India. Our key strength include providing, first, the basics and then in-depth technical knowledge, allowing kids to explore the coding world, getting familiar to various coding environments, designing, and presentation. Our motto is to help kids learn the brain racking algorithms and programs in most feasible and funnier way through interactive workshops, events, and programs. We are supported by a team of professionals whose expertise in software architecture and logical programming is fair enough to transform your kids into a creative mind.
How does Sunaina Foundation works for children.
Interactive learning sessions is what we have focused on. A well-defined course structure with perfectly allocated time slots acts as a cherry on the cake. We believe that each student must be aware about the technology wandering around and it’s easy to grab it, too, through some assistance. Refer this article explaining why, as a parent, you should push your children to explore the technical world.
We, as a Sunaina Foundation community, ensure that each user or participant visiting us returns unviolated. Their information is kept private and secured. For more information please read our community guidelines to get a clear idea of our work ethics.
We envision that all children present remotely around the globe holds together to explore the digital world creating better opportunities for themselves.
To help schools, students, and other education bodies facing situations of illiteracy, poverty, racism; building their minds highly creative through our coding programs. We aim that each student deserves a chance to know its strength depending on which their canvas can get filled with flying colors.
The most feasible way to learn programming from scratch! Access our courses and view our curriculum to find out the road map of your kids' success.
Day 1 - Learning basic computer skills right from switching ON and OFF to mouse navigation - best start for students with little to no computer experience.
Day 2 - Making familiar with computer vocabulary such as computer parts, toolbar, properties, highlights etc.
Day 3 - Performing activities such as font attributes (bold, italics), spacing, cut-copy-paste, and tables.
Day 4 - Exploring the functions and use of Microsoft products such as MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for creating documents, sheets, and presentations.
Day 5 - Connecting internet and configuring the system to world wide web along with effecting web surfing practises using Google Chrome.
Day 1 - Discovering the fundamentals Computer Science to teach students computational thinking, problem solving, and programming concepts.
Day 2 - Teaching gaming languages, augmented reality, and virtual reality concepts in an easy way.
Day 3 - Making familiar with DBMS and CRUD operations with respect to an application built using any of the programming language.
Day 4 - Practising Cyber Security tricks to keep confidential data secure over any network in any device.
Day 5 - Advancing in media editing using Adobe Pro, Photoshop, AE etc.