Why do kids in Cameroon need to learn to code

I’m seeing a lot of parents (and especially in Cameroon) debating whether to let their kids learn to code.

Some are concerned that the kids will learn to be “good” at computer games, and that it’s a waste of time.

Others think it’s a good skill to learn because it’s in demand, and will catapult future growth in the economy of Cameroon.

But—tech is only one of many skills that kids will need to know to learn, grow, and be comfortable with.

Why kids need to learn to code

The reason why kids need to learn to code is that the world is completely changing around them.

It is important to understand the language of the world today.

So that they are able to function in the new world.

The world is moving at a very fast rate.

So the world needs people who can create products to help them navigate the world.

I have put together some reasons to convince parents who are doubting whether to let their kids learn to code.

Problem Solving Skills

Coding is a skill that should be taught to every child from a young age because it teaches them how to think creatively and solve problems.

Kids who have to learn to code at an early age are more likely to gain professional skills later in life, since coding doesn’t necessarily require a ton of equipment, and can be done with a computer at home.

Coding teaches kids critical thinking skills, attention to detail, and problem-solving.

If you want to solve problems in a creative way, your ability to think critically can be an advantage.

If you are able to learn to code, you can research a problem, create a solution, test it, and create a better solution.

You can also learn how to create a simple, intuitive, and user-friendly application.

This can be done at school or at home, and the 3ConeX Coding for Kids courses will help a lot.


An appropriate development environment for kids is a key component of successful learning.

A well-designed coding training course is a great way for kids to develop problem-solving and creative thinking skills.

Learning environments should respect kids’ natural curiosity and creativity, and should inspire them to explore the world around them.

A well-designed coding training course allows kids to learn to solve problems through experimentation and trial and error.

It enables them to develop creative thinking skills, and a deep understanding of what learning to code to solve the community’s problems is all about.

What makes kids creative is the ability to think, not the ability to create.

Creativity is a mindset that only comes with practice.

All our students have the potential to be creative, but it takes practice to hone this ability.

Creativity is a skill that can be taught to anyone.

I’ve seen dozens of coding trainees get creative and earn good grades.

By practicing creative thinking, students can understand how to solve problems.

Emotional Intelligence

We need to teach kids to code because we use computers all the time, and kids with good problem-solving skills weave disparate skill sets such as creativity, emotional intelligence, research skills, collaboration, and decision-making.

In the last few years, children are increasingly learning to code in many parts of the world..

What would happen if you taught a computer to recognize emotional states, such as happiness, sadness, and fear, and respond to those emotions?

You could teach it to tell you when you are sad, and give you a hug.

It could tell you when you are happy and give you a high five.

Or it could make you feel more confident, by giving you a wink and a smile.

This is a combination of creativity and emotional intelligence in action.

Research skills

Research skills are one of the most important skills that children should learn.

Kids learn how to make decisions and solve problems by exploring, observing, and interacting with the world around them. They learn how to analyze a problem and work through it, using critical thinking and creativity to make the best possible solution.

As they grow up, kids become better able to collaborate and work with others, and they see how to work within a team.

But research skills aren’t just for adults.

Research skills—the ability to conduct research and to understand the amount of information that’s available to you—can help kids research the answer to any given problem they face.


A big reason that kids need to learn to code is to learn how to collaborate with others.

Kids who grow up with a foundation of computational thinking and coding are better equipped to collaborate on a project, work together in a team, and communicate effectively with others.

They also have a lot more opportunities to do so, as they are able to access and use the diverse tools available online, such as Microsoft, Google, Apple, and Linux.

In many cases, these tools are not available for kids in Cameroon, hence the reason TriConeX Limited came up with the Coding for Kids 9-month Course.

Most kids today are taught that code is a language that only adults use.

If that is true, then they will never learn to work together effectively.

This is a misconception that is causing a lot of problems in the world today.

The ability to collaborate and work with others is essential to success in the future.


Because the world is changing, kids need to be able to code and collaborate effectively in order to become the next generation of innovators.

Kids can see data, think analytically, and solve problems. They can think creatively and take risks. They are resilient and can bounce back quickly.

And finally, they recognize the value of diversity. Kids who have a diverse set of experiences and who are exposed to a range of people easily make good decisions.


Coding is kind of the perfect skill for kids because it teaches them decision-making.

It teaches them to identify problems and then how to solve them.

They don’t just take a problem and solve it. They take a problem, they identify the problem, and then they design a solution to that problem.

Coding is a skill that starts with the development of a child.

It’s a fundamental skill that children learn naturally, and it’s something they master by about the age of 5.

But by the time they get to high school, kids are rusty on their core skills. The average student in Cameroon has no idea how to code or even how to use a computer.

That’s putting kids in a bad position.

By the time they reach high school, they need to have a firm understanding of how the digital world operates.

Coding is the process of creating computer programs. It is a bit like learning to play an instrument or writing a book.

Coding is the basis for how computers store and retrieve information.

It’s the language that more than any other enables you to design and build apps, websites, games, and much more.

Coding is good for kids.

I mean, this is what kids need to do every day.

Enroll your child in the Coding for Kids program launched by 3ConeX.

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