Oct 25, 2022

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Own your Coding School in your city

Timedoor Academy is looking for franchise partner to expand our IT education service around the world.

The Timedoor Academy franchise program presents an extraordinary blend of lucrative financial prospects and the ability to create a profound and enduring influence on the lives of children in your community through IT education.

  • More than 10.000 Students learned coding with timedoor
  • Minimal investment, maximum passive income
  • Easy to start with our curriculum and LMS

 

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  • A person who owns the venue for the course
  • A person who has experienced business management
  • A person who wants to be an entrepreneur
  • A person who has teaching or coding experience

 

STEM Education

STEM is an acronym for “Science,” “Technology,” “Engineering,” and “Mathematics,” and it is a general term for the field of science education. In recent years, in a society where science and technology are developing more and more, Science, Mathematics, and Technical education have become increasingly vital from the perspective of developing the next generation of human resources that will support it, and efforts for “STEM education” are progressing worldwide.

 

ROI 600% in 5 years

Franchise agreement provides flexible partnerships according to the franchise owner’s situation. Those who have their own venue can expect a large return with a small initial investment. In addition, synergistic effects with existing businesses can be expected from the addition of schools, cram schools, recreation centers, etc., and there are also great business opportunities.

 

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How to Help Your Kids Get Out of Their Study Slump
How to Help Your Kids Get Out of Their Study Slump
As parents, do you often struggle with keeping your children interested in learning? It is no surprise since kids are bombarded with distractions in the form of games, social media apps, and many other interruptions that might keep them away from studying. Their loss of interest in studying can be attributed to many things, including high pressure from parents, monotonous study routines, difficulty in keeping up with peers, excessive distractions, and feeling of hopelessness in achieving academic success. Nobody likes the feeling of being left behind in the classroom, especially when kids are often compared to their classmates by their own parents or even teachers. As upsetting as this may sound, this is quite a common recurrence in schools which results in heightened insecurity from pupils of all ages. Of course, depriving your children of all fun things is not the solution as it will increase resentment towards studying in general, but how can you set boundaries with them and ensure academic success for your kids' future?  In this article, we’ll look into the why and the how of tackling your children’s study slump in order to get them motivated for the school year.   Key Things to Identify Before lending a helping hand to your loved ones, it is imperative to know the reasoning behind their lack of engagement and strategize smartly to tackle the issue. As mentioned previously, your children’s loss of interest in learning can be due to a number of reasons, and as parents it is important to start recognizing these signs in order to apply the logical solutions and get those learning hats on.     Dull Learning Routine When it comes to studying, oftentimes the routine is as follows: attend classes, have one-on-one sessions with tutors, spend hours on homework, and repeat. This cycle of rinse and repeat can quickly become monotonous to children, not to mention the additional pressure for academic achievement and competition with peers that can lead to eventual burnout.  Children are naturally curious beings filled with endless questions, so we know the curiosity is there. It’s just a matter of how we can foster and reignite their desire to learn. Seriously, ask how many times parents get asked starting with the word “why” in a day - the answer is, plenty. Another way to see this from a different perspective is to think about how we are as adults and how boring repetitive work routines can become.  Emails, calls, meetings, and then back to the cubicle the next day. (If you need a visual reference, take a look at the scene from SpongeBob where Squidward repeats the same regime everyday as his smile fades away with each frame, realizing he’s lost the initial spark he had). While some may enjoy this stability, this cycle frequently leads to lack of interest resulting in burnout. This same principle applies to children as it does to adults.    Pressure for Academic Success It is safe to say that some people enjoy competition, and some simply do not. However, most can agree that no one likes to be put in a position of constant pressure to the point you start comparing yourself to others.  As parents, it is natural to want your kids to strive for academic success, however, be wary of setting unachievable standards and constantly comparing your loved ones to their classmates. While many parents opt for this method of disciplining their kids, it would often backfire and cause low performance in the classroom. When it comes to setting goals for your kids, always bear in mind that everyone moves at a different speed. And that is not a bad thing!  While some kids may take two lessons to master basic fractions, some others may require longer time than that, and that is okay as everyone absorbs information at different rates. By identifying their strengths and weaknesses, you can also tailor special learning methods that work according to their needs based on this information.   Lack of Purpose As adults, when completing certain tasks, do you often ask yourself the question “why do I even bother with this?” Meaning, our decision making is usually based on whether we deem that activity to be useful or beneficial for us. Similarly, kids also operate in the same way where they would put activities that they find useless at the lowest priority. Of course, as adults we are aware of the importance of studying and academic success as it will greatly contribute to our future career path, therefore it is important to inform children how education greatly contributes to our lives. So you might think, how can I get them to understand the importance of reaching high scores? Well, put it in a way that is simple enough for them to understand. Instead of urging them to study so they can get straight A’s, encourage them to see the value in each learning lesson. Gently explain to them how mathematics can be used in helping them make real life decisions when trying to choose the best deal at the grocery store. Or how biology can be used in order for your children to understand their body more and how to take care of it. By emphasizing the application of these lessons in real-life scenarios, your kids will soon realize that there is in fact more to studying than just getting good grades.   What Can You Do Instead? Now that we have some idea of the “why,” let's get to the “how”’ in increasing your children’s interest in learning. Children are active beings, and more times than not they would probably prefer to do learning activities than simply sitting on a desk and listening to lessons.  This would be a great bonding activity for parents to explore with kids and lets you know what sparks their interest! Here are some fun learning activities you can implement:   Educational Games Educational games are perfect for when traditional methods with paper and pencil are simply not enough to keep the little ones engaged. In addition, they are also a great tool when trying to teach children about logic, critical thinking, and many other soft and hard skills. A popular method that has been implemented in many classrooms would be Kahoot quizzes. By using this platform, kids are able to join through their gadgets and there is no pressure on being shamed if you get an answer wrong as students are able to join using fun nicknames that do not give away their identity thus creating a safe space for making mistakes. In addition, there are a wide selection of applications and websites that educate people on the subject of mathematics, science, history, health, geography and many others. Usually, the game instructs the player to solve a mathematical equation or answer a history trivia in order to proceed to the next round or level up. This is a great method to keep kids engaged as they are just excited to play games, not realizing that along the way they are picking up useful skills.   Outdoor Learning Sitting in a room for hours while trying to absorb new information can be a downer for most people, especially kids. By doing so, this can really weigh down on a child’s excitement to learn and honestly can we blame them? Many schools nowadays incorporate outside learning where teachers and students go over learning materials in an outdoor setting. By implementing a slight change in scenery, students feel more refreshed and less slumped in digesting new learning materials. Try doing the same with your kids and take your tutoring sessions with your kids in the backyard or a public park to boost your kids’ learning spirit. A great example would be heading outside to teach your kids about different types of rocks and soil for a brief geology lesson. If you’re lucky enough to live near the ocean with rich marine biodiversity, take the time to take your science lessons outdoors and look out for different types of sea life such as anemones, school of fishes, seashells, and more.    Field Trips Similar to the previous point, scheduling field trips with your kids can boost learning interest as it takes the learning outside of the classroom, which can eliminate boredom.  Perfect for history lessons, going on a museum trip can spark interest in learning about past events, important monuments, artifacts, and paintings. This is highly beneficial especially in children who have shown interest in the fields of art, literature, and history. While it is not ideal to implement field trips everyday for children, it is important to remember to treat them once in a while to get them out of that study slump.  Think of it as adults, we oftentimes get so tired of the same four walls of the cubicle and repetitive routine. A business trip or an insightful work conference for bettering our knowledge can be a nice treat in the midst of a monotonous work regime. The same applies for children, and can help rekindle their learning spark.     Bite-Sized Learning Material Lastly, learning can be an intimidating process, especially when kids see the amount of materials that they have to master within the span of one semester. Minimize their anxiety by breaking up learning materials into several pieces that will be easier to manage by them.  For example, when it comes to learning mathematics, instead of stressing on the entire counting system, take each learning lesson to really focus on comprehending each subject into bite-sized pieces. Make sure to incorporate fun games related to addition such as puzzles, treasure hunts, and other varieties to avoid boredom and motivation loss. Remember as mentioned earlier, kids are simply excited to play games, that they don’t even realize they’re gaining knowledge in the process. Use all of these tools strategically by keeping them organized in order to keep your children engaged and focused on the material at hand.   Things to Keep in Mind Now that you have all of these resources at your disposal, make sure to utilize them to boost learning efficiency and avoid motivation loss during the learning process. As parents, getting your children to sit down and study can be a hard task, however, by implementing a variety of fun activities and stimulating tasks, this can help them stay on track and reduce lack of interest in learning.  In addition, it is also important to recognize that there is also a good amount of trial and error that comes with finding the right study routine for your little ones. Therefore, it is important to be patient not only with your children, but also with yourself as you navigate through this journey. After all, finding a study plan that works is a learning moment within itself.  Lastly, value the time in taking a break from studying and exploring other interests that your children might have. Sometimes, all it takes is a little breather from the books to rejuvenate your kids and prevent fatigue from studying.  As parents, this would be a great opportunity to explore their interests outside of the classroom whether it be sports, music, cooking, and many more. Here at Timedoor Academy, we offer a variety of lessons surrounding coding that can be a fun learning addition for your kids. Our curriculum allows students to learn the fundamentals of computer science and accomplish fun projects such as creating their own games, websites, and mobile applications.   To get started, head over to this page and our teachers will be more than happy to get you and your little ones started on their coding journey.
Things Your Kids Can Do Outside of School
Things Your Kids Can Do Outside of School
Seriously, What to do when your kids aren’t in school? Do we practice what Singaporean parents are imposing on their children or let them enjoy the relatively unburdened lifestyle of Finnish kids? While there’s a case to be made for both polar opposites (students in both countries are academic high-achievers) and no precedent or overwhelming consensus on how much time a child should spend in a day studying, we can all agree that there needs to be a period allotted for children that is devoid of anything academic. Because schoolwork can be yucky after a while. After all, all work and no play make your kids dull. Once they’ve done their assignments, homework, and chores, the time before bedtime still needs to be occupied with things that keep their interests piqued. In this article, we have compiled a list of things for your kids to do during their free, non-academic time, divided into three categories: - Basic Survival Skills – because your kids are going to grow up to be (hopefully) fully functioning members of society. Also because codependency is unattractive. - Brawny Things – because their bodies are their temples. Keep the temple healthy and the mind tidy. - Brainy Stuff – because the world nowadays is a lot to process and navigate. Your kids need to be capable thinkers to survive the modern age!   Basic Survival Skills Although no good parents would wish any harm would ever come to their children, equipping them with the core skills that would help them survive in a plethora of both daily and unimaginable situations is necessary. Your kids will at one point decide to explore the world around them, and it’s going to be comforting to you as parents knowing that your little ones are bolstered with the skills that allow them to be resilient and durable. Especially if they decided to act like Dora the Explorer – and we hope our kids aren’t as clueless as she is. More McGyver, less Dora. Here are the skills.   Cooking This isn’t an exclusively girls’ thing. Cooking is necessary regardless of your child’s gender. If they’re human beings with the need for sustenance to survive, then they need to know how to prepare themselves some food. Cooking also helps your children to learn about good nutrition, what they put in their bodies, and to get accustomed to healthy diets. Being involved in food-making may also make them more adventurous with their palate choices. So if you want your kids to eat vegetables and other foodstuffs that kids don’t typically find appealing, get them busy in the kitchen! Things to make sure of when you want to involve your kids in cooking: - Have everything ready and in place. Cookwares, ingredients, kitchen towel, compost bin, and apron need to be neatly laid out so that your kids can just dive into the experience. Provide stools if your kids aren’t able to reach your kitchen countertop yet. - Teach them about kitchen protocols: handwashing, cleaning as you go, never putting sharp tools near the edge of the countertop, and avoiding cross-contamination.  - Guide them through simple recipes and the sequences of making a dish – which ingredient goes before which, and which cooking method is appropriate for which stage of the preparation.  How do you get your kids interested in cooking in the first place? By starting them off with recipes that they like and start slow. Begin with involving them in the recipe selection process and allow them to participate in one step of the cooking process. Have them bread the chicken for the chicken fingers. Let them whisk eggs. Allow them to mold the chocolate chip cookies that they’re about to bake. Let them be messy. It’s part of the learning process.   Swimming Take your kids to swimming lessons! Most kids love being wet, thus swimming should naturally be a very exciting activity for them. It also turns out that swimming is a major survival skill too! With drowning being one of the most common causes of fatal accidents in kids, the ability to swim is as core as it can get. Have your kids taught by professional swimming instructors so that they are equipped with the correct and efficient skills that would help them to be proficient at it. We’re not looking for the next Michael Phelps here (though that would be a sweet bonus). We’re just imparting an important survival skill.   Gardening If the recent global pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that people need to know how to grow food. Period.  Remember the food shortage? Yeah. Not cool. While it may not always be possible to live completely off the sustenance produced on our property – especially if you live in a city where the land is scarce and exorbitantly pricey – the knowledge and ability to cultivate food is a basic survival skill. If you have a larger property, starting a vegetable garden involving your children is a good way to start to pique their interest in sustenance growing. They get to see how their food goes from soil to the table, and that begets emotional investment so they appreciate their food more. For families with limited space, growing vegetables on a hydroponic system can be a good idea. Hydroponics requires relatively small space, is easy to maintain, and the produce can be harvested quicker. Gardening can be either time-consuming or relatively quick, so fit the activity in your kids' schedule – whether it’s after school or during a lengthy school break! Who knows what your kids’ takeaway will be when they grow up with this knowledge?   First Aid As parents, we would never wish that harm may befall our kids. Any good parents would always want to protect their children from misfortune and traumas, keep them “kids” for as long as possible, and let us adults do all the adulting on their behalf. But kids grow up, and the person who will less likely be to survive is the person who grew up with zero knowledge as to how to navigate emergency situations. We’re not talking about your kids needing to know how to start a heart with a defibrillator – we’re talking about administering basic first aid and reinforcing them with the knowledge of what to do during times of crisis. Start when they were really young – toddlers’ age – whenever they get a boo-boo. Narrate how you would put medication and dress their wounds – e.g. “I’m going to apply pressure to the wound to stop it from bleeding, then I’m washing the dirt with clean water. Now let me put this ointment, and then bandage. – Voila! You are okay!” No less important than the knowledge to dress wounds is the ability to stay calm when the situation is stressful. Teach them the slow deep inhale and release to alleviate stress and tension. This may take time and patience, but they’ll reap the result later on. Now, no matter wherever you live, there’s always an emergency hotline – like 911 in the US – to call whenever the situation requires it. Make sure your child knows how to make the call when the situation is dire. If it’s not possible to rely on the emergency hotline, make sure your kids know which trustworthy adults – other than mommy and daddy – they can call instead of 911 or its equivalents.   Brawny Things  You want your kids to grow up strong, disease-free, and able to defend themselves. One way to achieve that is to accustom your kids to various physically taxing activities. Worry not though, physically demanding stuff can be made fun so that kids engage with it more readily.     Self-defense Self-defense for kids has become popular nowadays due to the prevalence of bullying in schools and creepy people potentially preying on their kids. Yes.  But self-defense does not always mean teaching them how to throw punches and kicks at their antagonizers. Self-defense can also come in forms such as verbal assertiveness to de-escalate tricky situations. Talk to a child counsellor or therapist on how to best manage situations that call for verbal de-escalation that would best suit your children’s needs. Also, don’t be afraid to enroll your kids on a marital arts programme because you think they might get aggressive. You see, in most martial arts disciplines, kids are going to be compelled to be pacifists.  Because the fact that you know how to swing, doesn’t mean that you should start – there are plenty of things to do to de-escalate and defend yourselves, and swing only if it’s the last, last, last of the resorts. Check your local martial arts club because they would often host kids' classes with very accommodating schedules such as weekends or after-school hours.    Sports One of the best ways to de-stress and get good cardiac health is through regular physical exercise.  Aside from the potential to grow up being more confident, assertive, and resilient, physical exercise can be a very fun way to kill time during your child’s non-academic hours. The swimming class we’ve discussed in the survival skill section is a good way to incorporate some fun exercise into your child’s life – but there are other fun exercises too. Understand what your child likes to get them excited about the activities. Girls can play soccer and basketball if they have an inclination to do so. Exercise is exercise and it shouldn’t be bound to gender. Or a simple daily walk in the park with the dog counts as regular exercise too. You and your kids will get the dose of physical stress that you need while bonding – whatever floats you and your kids’ boat. No excuses now. Get moving!   Brainy Stuff You want to keep your child’s brain stimulated as healthily frequent as possible – and no, that does not mean shoving more academic stuff down their throat in their spare time. There are ways to stimulate their brains and their unique brand of intelligence other than school work.   Creative Channeling Creativity is one way to stimulate your child’s brain without risking the boredom that comes with the territory of academic learning. One of the most popular avenues of creative channeling is to make a movie – and you don’t need expensive paraphernalia either! Your regular-degular smartphones coupled with some Stop Motion Studio apps that can be found on your phone’s app stores should suffice. Movie production no matter how amateur engages several forms of skills, namely creative writing (for the script), imagination and visualization, and photography skills – which are all timely and relevant to the current state of the world. Who knows if your kids would get seriously hooked on movie-making and grow up understanding more complicated Adobe editing software and make it their life career in the future? You’ve got future Spielbergs on your hands. Plus, the kids get to have serious fun, and the family will have something to enjoy to watch for years to come! To incentivize this activity, include a lot of fun movies that are appealing and age-appropriate to watch during their allotted screen time – which is something that you don’t have to avoid.   Socializing Socializing is good for your child’s brain. It challenges the brain by keeping it active as it teaches them to recognize social cues and stimulate problem-solving. Because let’s be honest, kids are going to encounter conflicts during socialization, and their critical thinking and empathetic ability are going to be tested during such scenarios. Ways to get your kids to be social: - Playdates! Invite their peers over to your home so that your kids can learn how to be good hosts. And who knows, your kids might get invited by their friends’ to another playdate in the future, during which you as parents might also get some free time to yourselves. Win-win! - Enroll your kids into some social clubs or organizations – examples can include boy/girl scouts or summer camps. Such clubs or camps are filled with positive activities that are probably not available in their schools. This gathering is also the perfect avenue for them to meet other kids from various backgrounds and may also help them make new friends. Remember, in the future as adults, they would need the skills necessary to network, so start them early! - Social skills development starts at home. Good parents communicate with their kids. They show through examples. It’s also important for parents to understand whether their children need advice or just a pair of ears that listen.   Coding  A lot of children love to code. They just don’t know it yet! Coding is the gateway to STEM education interest, and in the digital world where everything is rapidly changing and competitive, it would be wise if your kids get a headstart in the race. Coding is for all kids of varying degrees of interests and aptitudes just like STEM transcends all kinds of inclinations. Luckily, there are many after-school coding classes nowadays that would cater to your children’s need to advance later in life – like Timedoor Academy’s coding classes! With more than 10,000 students globally and 300+ certified coding instructors, our coding academy is your best bet for children ages 8 and up.   To learn more and enroll at our fun and exciting coding academy, please visit this link.
Coding Workshop at SMP Taman Sastra March 2023
Coding Workshop at SMP Taman Sastra March 2023
Timedoor Academy just held an educational activity called "Coding Workshop" at Taman Sastra Junior High School in Jimbaran, Bali on Thursday, March 30, 2023. The purpose of this activity was to educate the young generation about the importance of using technology in the modern era. The workshop was a great success and had a positive impact on more than 30 students who attended it. The activity began by introducing the students to the basics of coding through a game. In this workshop, we learned how to create games, design player characters, and add scores using Construct 3. The students were excited about this workshop, and they were eager to learn more about coding and game design. Furthermore, the students were also introduced to website creation. They were taught the basics of web development and how to create their own website. This workshop was particularly interesting to the students as they were able to see how easy and fun it is to create a website. For the next activity, the Timedoor Academy team introduced the students to robots, AR, and VR box. The students were able to experience first-hand how these technologies work and how they can be operated. This workshop was intended to raise the students' enthusiasm for learning IT and coding. By held such an activity, we believe that learning technology is not only important but also incredibly interesting and fun! Here at Timedoor Academy, we provide you coding workshop and school collaborations such as after-school curricula that can be a fun learning addition for your kids or your students.
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