Saint Lucia Signs MOU To Train Teachers, Students In Digital Coding

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The Ministry of Education, Sustainable Development, Innovation, Science, Technology and Vocational Training recently signed a Memorandum Of Understanding with US-based NGO, STUF United Fund Incorporated, which is hoped will facilitate the narrowing of the digital gap locally through the provision of training for teachers and students in the area of coding, with an emphasis on animation and gaming.

Chris Satney Reports:

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I know of many locals who tried to dedicate their time to teach programming. They are using the wrong jargon in the wrong context to say something. Coding is one language, programming is another. Coding do not producing a program it is more like a forensic way in other words a grammar format of where a full stop, comma etc should be. However programming now carries alot of diversities in it so they are simply speaking of something which is totally different.

  2. Why he look so crazy? And further more how does coding benefit us here and help improve on the corruptions in office?

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