A coding class teaches students how to code with the help of an instructor. The teacher usually explains a subject to the kids before having them put it into practice through a fun activity. Some coding classes are held in person, while others are conducted entirely online. The ed-tech industry is rapidly expanding around the world. Children are being pushed to study coding online as a result of COVID-19 lockout and work-from-home policies. Companies in the online coding for kids sector are capitalizing on this potential, drawing inspiration from the MIT App Inventor Challenge, which allows kids to create apps that help increase awareness about coronavirus control. In the midst of the current epidemic, there is a desire for web-based and visual programming environment apps for smartphones and tablets that provide moral support to people. Companies in the online coding for kids sector are expanding their marketing and advertising budgets in order to entice children to participate in online app creation and programming classes.
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|Key Companies Profiled||Camp K12 (United States), CodaKid (United States), Code.org (United States), CodeCombat Inc. (United States), edX Inc. (United States), Korn ferry (United States), Person vue (Bloomington, United Kingdom), Aon PLC (London, United Kingdom), IBM Corporation (Armonk, New York), Team lease (Bengaluru, India), DDI (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) and Mettle (London, United Kingdom)|
The Global K12 Coding Courses market presents a comprehensive analysis of the K12 Coding Courses market by end-user/application (Pre-Level Coding - Grade KG to 2, Elementary-Level Coding - Grade 3 to 5, Middle-Level Coding - Grade 6 to 8 and High-Level Coding - Grade 9 to 12), and by geography (North America, South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and MEA) along with country level break-up. The key Vendors profiled in the report are Camp K12 (United States), CodaKid (United States), Code.org (United States), CodeCombat Inc. (United States), edX Inc. (United States), Korn ferry (United States), Person vue (Bloomington, United Kingdom), Aon PLC (London, United Kingdom), IBM Corporation (Armonk, New York), Team lease (Bengaluru, India), DDI (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) and Mettle (London, United Kingdom). Additionally, other players that are part of this comprehensive study are PSI Service LLC (California, United State), Assignments System Hogan Inc (Oklahoma (US), Talent Plus Inc (Nebraska, United States) and Outmatch (Dallas, United State).
- Due to COVID-19 schools shifted from Traditional Blackboard to Online Education
- Growing Awareness about Benefits of Coding On Kidsí Overall Mental Ability
- Time Flexibility Increases Student Attractions towards K12 Online Education
- Rising Digital Solutions and Digital Technology.
- Getting a Higher Level of Education Trough International and National Schools or Institutes
- Evolution of Courses to Offer Additional Features Such As Carrier Counselling & Project Assistance
- Disburse More Money for Education
- The distraction of Child on Online Studies
Geographic Segmentation and Analysis
This section of our report presents a realistic picture of the Global K12 Coding Courses industry. Investors and manufacturers can easily understand the inherent opportunities and challenges for their products in geographical region of interest. For instance, while the holds majority of market share of the K12 Coding Courses
The regional segmentation covered in this report are:
South America (Brazil, Argentina, Rest of South America), Asia Pacific (China, Japan, India, South Korea, Taiwan, Australia, Rest of Asia-Pacific), Europe (Germany, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Rest of Europe), MEA (Middle East, Africa), North America (United States, Canada, Mexico)