The software features 11 different learning modules that are designed across core software web development categories, computer game development categories, and fundamental computer science principles. Learning is crafted to accommodate self-paced learning, as well as a structured curriculum that is attractive to school districts and individual learning institutions. The software is suitable for teaching programming and computer science principles to learners, age 9 to 16, but also to adult learners that identify with online learning systems.
Catering to independent software developers, CodeCombat offers an open-source license that provides game development frameworks and example modules and games, such as the popular Ozaria that was released within the last 18 months. The software education platform offers a free basic product, along with a subscription-based offering that allows learners to learn at a monthly, pay-as-you-go pricing approach.
CodeCombat’s approach to offering services and products to their customers includes a commitment to helping any student learn, assisting schools and institutions develop effective computer science programs, and provide teachers and mentors with tools that they can use to successfully teach programming and computer science as an art and career.
Provides an entertainment-based approach for teaching youth and adults the art and principles of programming, including four+ computer languages and level-based skill developmentFeatures:
Positive software reviews from leading software magazines, including PC Magazine and Common Sense Education
Industry awards for excellence in product and in educational systems