SAT Prep at CodeCraze

The college application process was, without a doubt, one of the most stressful times in my life. There’s a cruel sense of vulnerability when a successful student has no control over the path ahead. At the time, test taking was my greatest challenge. I suffered with time management and severe anxiety. Although my results were […]

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Hyperactivity and Coding

I am not a trained mental health care provider. I refuse to make any recommendations on how active, boisterous, loud children need to be raised or treated. A child’s developing brain remains a tremendous mystery for academics, physicians and parents alike. No two children are wired the same. However, I can share a few observations […]

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Leaders, Laggards and Skill

Eighteen months ago, our family lived in Istanbul, Turkey. My husband and I were both on the teaching faculty of a prominent, private university. I had a tenured position and loved my research and graduate students deeply. It was a near perfect life, on the sea in a vibrant Mediterranean metropolis. We lived comfortably for […]

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Why Coding for Kids?

As a mother of three, ages 5,8 and 10, I have developed a complicated relationship to technology. On one hand, I recognize the vast power and potential of computers and robotics, but on the other hand, I carefully limit my children’s screen time and urge them to be outside moving whenever possible. Personally, I have […]

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We are CodeCraze, LLC!

We are opening our blog this week, as we continue to develop and expand our website. The purpose of these passages will be to communicate our didactic priorities, views on technological advancement and longer, more detailed descriptions of our upcoming plans/ events. CodeCraze, LLC is a small maker space devoted to coding instruction, robotics and […]

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