2017 is already being described as the year of robotics and coding.

25 countries in Europe and many states and provinces have coding built into the curriculum. Research indicates a huge “catch-up” mentality and “EdTech guilt” that public schools aren’t preparing students – particularly girls – for a STEM economy.

This is an exciting time for Loopy Logical. The language of computational thinking is spreading.  Parents and educators appreciate the importance of ensuring that children have the fundamental 21st century skills to thrive in the job world that lies ahead.

And we know Loopy Logical works: all of our research and playtesting was conducted with the rigour of the kidsmediacentre at Centennial College’s
Centre for Creative Communications in Toronto, Canada.