NewTechKids is happy to announce an academic research partnership with Leiden University. Under the partnership, NewTechKids’ programs will become a platform where quality control research will be conducted on our pedagogy, teaching approaches, curricula and lesson plans.

Tessa Slim, a Master’s of Education student at the University, will conduct the research to assess whether NewTechKids’ technology, programming and computer science programs for primary school aged children help kids improve their higher order thinking and problem-solving skills.

More details will follow as soon as the research proposal is finalised.

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