Coding Education in the World
In many countries around the world, coding for children and adolescents between the ages of 5 and 18 has started to enter the compulsory education curriculum.
The UK is the first country to mandate a öğret computer science ere course that aims to teach coding to children and young people aged between 5 and 16 years. Italy teaches coding for primary school students with the iler Programming for the Future İtalya project. Finland “Future; will be built on people who know the coding. In 2012, Estonia launched the coding class for children aged 7-16. China has started coding training for children starting with kindergarten. According to the report of the European Commission on Education; coding and programming courses are currently being added to the curricula of 12 countries in Europe. Some of those; Bulgaria, Denmark, Greece, Ireland, Cyprus, Poland, Lithuania and Portugal.