About Tiny Thinkers
Tiny Thinkers is a campaign that aims to educate and empower parents to kickstart their child's development in Computational Thinking.
Computational Thinking for children aged 4 to 7 is beneficial across various disciplines.
Computational thinking is one of the most relevant skills that children can learn in this digital age, offering a new perspective to identify and solve problems.
Parents have the ability to equip their child with computational thinking. (It's easier than you think!)
Computational thinking can be developed through everyday activities. (We know how busy you are - no extra time needed)
Meet The Experts
Coding Lab is an award-winning, premier educational institution that teaches and empowers kids to code. The company’s MIT-inspired curriculum expounds on the Singapore MOE syllabus to further develop computational thinking, creativity of expression and confidence in kids, and puts a strong emphasis on inquiry-based learning to develop future leaders in technology. Coding Lab offers programming classes for ages four to eighteen in Australia, Japan and Singapore.
Thinzar is currently an undergraduate student at the National University of Singapore (NUS). She likes working with children and discovered her passion for teaching through her volunteer experience as a tutor to children during her school years. She hopes to be able to continue imparting knowledge to students as a teacher throughout her career. As an educator at Coding Lab, Thinzar has discovered the importance of computational thinking in different areas of life, not just in coding. She believes it should be a skill learnt since young and wishes to impart computational thinking skills to children through Tiny Thinkers.
Pooja is a currently a Year 2 Biomedical Engineering student at National University of Singapore (NUS). She enjoys interacting with children and finds it crucial for children to develop their computational thinking skills and capabilities from a young age. As the logistics in-charge of Tiny Thinkers, Pooja takes responsibility for the distribution of computational thinking starter kits to children of various ages, reinforcing the belief that computational thinking can be taught to students anytime, anywhere in an independent manner.
Lakshmi is currently an undergraduate pursuing a Business degree at the National University of Singapore. She loves to read, write and draw, while dabbling in entrepreneurship, technology and community service. Serving as a publicity officer in several events throughout her school years, she found her strengths in marketing and communications.
Through her internship at Coding Lab in education and marketing, she realised she could integrate her strengths while working towards a social cause she cares about, and she hopes to be able to reach out to more students through tiny thinkers, since she believes every student should learn computational thinking.