Jam Coding explains the link between maths and coding

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The computer franchise recently shared an explanation over on its website of why coding can help kids to engage with maths - and why they’re so intrinsically linked to each other.

Though some children are naturally gifted in the field of mathematics and interested in learning more, Jam Coding understands that teachers are regularly trying to find ways to encourage and engage not just these kids, but kids that feel a little more left behind by maths. In the words of the computer franchise offering coding workshops up and down the UK, “[Maths is] an important part of learning in the early years, but a lot of children struggle to form a connection with it in the same way they do with more emotive subjects like art, history or languages.”

Jam Coding further explained why a grounding in maths matters so much for kids, expressing that it’s “an abstract subject that helps children understand concepts like logic, distance, space and shapes”. It teaches them not only “how to apply logic to work out a problem”, but why a particular solution works. Unfortunately, “Children generally don’t like or understand what they can’t see, which explains why teachers are forced to whip out tasty props to get their attention.”

Unless teachers turn to Jam Coding, instead. According to the franchise, there’s a strong link between maths and coding, with some of the most well-known computer scientists in history also being mathematicians. When it comes to coding, children are unknowingly learning analytical and mathematical thinking skills. Coding helps them to visualise difficult and abstract concepts, and “this visualisation helps them understand complex concepts in a fun, imaginative way”, because “when children are given the opportunity to create, they are more inclined to learn”. Find out more about this franchise that’s helping children learn in brand-new ways via its profile page, linked above.

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