• - The CSTA Standard -


    Founded in the year of 2004, CSTA (Computer Science Teachers Association) was the fruit

    of collaboration of more than 25,000 K-12 CS teachers, professors and professionals from 145 countries.

    The K-12 CS standards published in year 2016 has helped all states of the U.S. to build up their own curriculums.

  • Gold Curriculum


    - Gold Curriculum -

    Designed for kids of age 10-14, this curriculum allows students to program in the most famous programming language in the world, Python.



    - Syllabus -

    Using Minecraft as a platform, Bigger Lab allows its students to learn how to set up the enviornment for programming, create rainbows and buildings in the game with Python code. Through using the Turtle library of Python, students will learn basic programming concepts like variables, loops, conditions and functions.




    - Class Setup -


    1-1 : Peronalized tutoring with adjustable schedules


    1-N : Small Group Projects to train collaboration and leadership


    (Online/Offline courses both available)




    - Curriculum Goal -

    Meet level 2 of the CSTA Standard (Equivalent to Grade 8 in the U.S.) and Grade 12 of National Standard

    Gain the ability to define perosonalized functions and individually design encryption algorithms

    Complete a perosnal game project


  • - Our Advantages -