CodeMonkey Teaches Kids to Code with Video Game: Interview with Cofounder Jonathan Schor

Jonathan Schor has been coding and teaching coding since before it was cool.

Schor is one of three founders of the Israeli startup CodeMonkey—an online video game where young students help a monkey catch a banana by learning how to write lines of code. Inspired by the ability of computer science education in enabling students with real life skills, CodeMonkey is an affordable solution which gets students interested in coding at an early age.

The award winning game features adaptive learning and real programming language allowing students to learn coding with creative problem solving. CodeMonkey is available in 18 languages for use in schools or at home.

Check out the full interview with Hannah Nyren of EdTech Times here:

Courtney Major

Courtney Major

Courtney Major is a Senior Writing, Literature, and Publishing student at Emerson College, where she has written for multiple on-campus publications. Her work has also been published on multiple online diabetes magazines. When she isn’t working, she’s probably trying to find the best espresso with whipped cream in Boston.