Tangible Coding touches thousands of lives across South Africa

Tangible coding, which was predominantly used in a pilot project by the Department of Basic Education last year to introduce 21st century skills to primary school learners across the country, has proven to be an excellent tool for the diverse South African school landscape.

Various coding platforms were introduced to 23 636 teachers across the country in a partnership between the DBE and teacher unions SADTU, NAPTOSA, SAOU, NATU and PEU.