HWK participates in Dubai Arab Innovation – Feb 26 2018

“In light of the rapid social and economic changes, the Arab Innovation Forum is working on building knowledge-based societies and initiatives that support innovation, and provide opportunities for young generations to create sustainable solutions for their communities.”

To support and spread innovation, our team participated in the Arab Innovation forum in Dubai on Feb 26 – 28 as we believe that innovation is the way to discover new horizons and transform knowledge into an economic resource.

In addition to representing the Hello World Kids offline curriculum, the team shared our vision in raising a generation that’s ready for the future technological demands. Teaching kids programming from an early age can help in turning them from technology consumers into technology producers; resulting in more ideas, startups, employment opportunities, and accordingly, keep spinning the economic wheel.

Hello World Kids was established in 2015 as the first organization in Jordan & the region specialized in teaching programming, artificial intelligence and problem solving for kids in the age group from 6 – 12 years.

We aim to increase the number of future innovators through teaching programming for kids in the elementary stage. This will significantly impact the future of digital economy by leveling up the number of business ideas, startups, entrepreneurs, employment opportunities and accordingly; transforming the region from being technology consumers into technology producers.

Our print and online curriculum is developed to teach native coding in a very simplified way. The curriculum got adopted by schools – both, public & private – in addition to in-house training.