Consistency: Kids Coding Mentor of the Month Anna Verwillow

Consistency: Kids Coding Mentor of the Month Anna Verwillow

“It’s not what we do once in a while that shapes our lives. It’s what we do consistently.”
― Tony Robbins

Consistency is the secret to the personalized approach for kids learning to code.

There is no perfect curriculum or teacher that can reach your goals in one day. You want to provide your son or daughter a long-term excitement for coding and excellent fundamentals, which takes time.

Our mentor of the month Anna Verwillow exhibits this commitment and steady progress.

3rd School Year

Anna is a senior at Stanford studying Computer Science, originally from Palo Alto, and is entering her 3rd school year as a mentor.

This consistency working with her students allows for incredible results over the months and years!

Here is one example of her student’s impressive progress. We do monthly recaps to keep the parents in the loop and track progress. Aaron is 13 years old and learning Java, which he used to create his own math puzzle game!

What are your goals?

Do your goals as a parent align with your son or daughter’s? We hear most parents are trying to encourage their interest in a productive way and build a solid foundation before high school.

It is easy to do a summer camp, but is that enough to reach your goal? What does consistency look like?

If you think a 1-on-1 mentor may be the solution for your son or daughter, let’s connect by phone. We are currently pairing new students with exciting mentors!

Posted by Brian Skinner / Posted on 26 Sep