Ready to jump in and drive the pace of your own learning? Want to go deeper into skill development by working with the best trained mentors in the world? Each of the communities below offer an opportunity for student-driven learning with direct mentor support.
As builders of non-profit public benefit systems, software, curriculum, and professional development methods used by 100’s of the best schools on Long Island, each of our mentors is trained to work with learners of varying ages and skill levels.
Students invested in kidOYO push the pace of their own learning, and demonstrate self-led “functional literacy” in numerous ways; building projects based on personal interests, learning advanced math concepts, and pursuing academic outcomes such as the AP Computer Science A & Principles tests for University credit while in 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th grade!
At kidOYO, student learning is personal, and our methods support learners pushing the boundaries of what is possible at any age.
Beginner learners (7+) seeking to build a foundation of skills using multiple programming languages, tools and computational thinking methods
Intermediate to Advanced learners looking to apply their existing programming knowledge and skills to game development project work
Principles of Game Design
Applications of Knowledge
Advanced Programming Fundamentals
Professional Grade Tools
Beginner learners (9+) seeking to design, build, and program physical-computing projects, from blinking LEDs to moving mechanisms with motors
Electronic Circuitry & Prototyping
Linux & Open Source
CAD & 3D Printing
kidOYO is a College Board approved online provider of curriculum resources for the APCS Principles test. Our methods are utilized by K12 classrooms, as well as by "Independently Study" students when such opportunity is not available in their school