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Problem #1: Lack of Practice
According to neuroscience research, the essential thing in learning is practice. The more we practice, the more effectively our brain store learned information for later access. However, traditional learning is the opposite of practice.
How many times have you opened a code editor and started coding after watching another coding tutorial? Probably not enough. But the problem is not with you. It's the way you learn.
Coding videos are designed to be consumed like TV shows. As a result, all the hours spent "learning" turn into hours spent “watching theory." And just theory without practice leads to unproductive learning. Especially in learning to code.
Problem #2: Low Engagement
According to neuroscience research, we need to ensure that learning is engaging and taps the emotional side of the brain, through humor, storytelling and games. Emphasis on the rational and logical alone does not produce strong memories.
And do you remember the last time you watched a coding tutorial or read an article that wasn't boring? Hard to recall at once, right? That's because most educational content is boring.
Boredom leads to a lack of focus and procrastination, which prevents you from staying engaged and remembering all that you have learned.
Combine tons of practice with an engaging and interactive environment where you learn by doing.
🥵 Feels like forcing yourself to learn.
🥵 Lack of practice and real-world examples.
🥵 Boredom, lack of focus and procrastination.
Learning by Playing
🥳 Feels like playing and having fun.
🤩 Learning by practising with real-world examples.
😄 Engaging fun-to-learn environment that keeps you in focus.
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Hi, my name is Nick. I'm the founder of Coding Fantasy. I've been programming for over 7 years and I've learned to code using traditional ways.
I remember those days. How often I forced myself to sit and learn to code. How boring articles and documentation seemed to me. How much I lacked practice and because of this knowledge quickly disappeared. Learning shouldn't be like that, so I decided to change it.
I started with the fundamentals and studied how our brain learns. Neuroscience says that effective learning requires (1) a lot of practice and (2) a sense that learning is engaging. Exactly what is often missed in traditional ways of learning. Exactly why I had a hard time learning to code. And exactly what needed to be changed.
I've created Coding Fantasy as a new and more efficient way to learn code. Games are one of the best combination of (1) practice and (2) an engaging learning environment. They are the next logical step of traditional education. They are the future of learning. And my mission and mission of the Coding Fantasy is to make that future our reality.
Nick Bull, Founder of Coding Fantasy