Omar Farooqui, the Founder & Chief Innovation Officer of Coded Minds, on imparting critical thinking and skills needed for the 21st century that even robots cannot attain. His innovative approach may be the answer most have been waiting for.
“Keeping in mind the students’ circumstances, Hope Academy has not kept any particular criteria for admission. “We just take a brief interview of the child and then decide which class we can put him in. We have grouped children according to a loose age-group for example children between 4-6 years in one class; 6-8 years in another class and so on,” Farooqui said.
“Dedicated to the UAE’s Year Of Tolerance, Coded Minds, a Dubai-based global iSTEAM and leadership education company, has started a community initiative to support students who cannot continue their studies because of financial constraints.”
Dubai’s Hope Academy to offer Dh1,000 per year education for children forced to drop out of school
“Our aim was to make education accessible for everyone. Children cannot just stay at home. Providing coaching at only Dh1,000 a year is a radical change in the ideology of education as a business as the fee is significantly lower than even affordable schools,” says Omar Farooqui – Founder of Coded Minds
DUBAI-BASED FIRM CODED MINDS TO HELP POOR STUDENTS PURSUE EDUCATION
“We are offering education coaching to students who are missing out on schools because of the family’s financial difficulties and their parents. For just Dh1,000 per year, we will provide core STEM learning to the students and will be available all across the UAE.” – said Omar Farooqui, Founder of Coded Minds.
“The idea of education needs to be reinvented in Pakistan and the role of school and teachers needs to change.” – says Omar Farooqui. Because of low completion rate, only 33.2% of the Pakistani population has some sort of secondary education (United Nations Development Program, 2014).
Omar Farooqui, Founder & Chief Innovation Officer of Coded Minds, started off his morning today with an interview with Radio 89.1FM Channel 4
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Furthering the Future of Education
“On one hand technology is advancing at an exponential rate but the education system has stagnated,” says Omar Farooqui
Coded Minds closes funding round with Alarabi Investments
“We are also excited to be part of Coded Minds’ noble agenda of spreading knowledge among the next generation around the world. It is our mandate to invest in next generation’s disruptive businesses with mass scalability in the GCC and beyond”, says Mohammad Alghaith, CEO of Alarabi Investments.”
Govt reviewing education methods to adopt latest development skills: President
“In a meeting with Founder and Chief Innovation Officer, Coded-Minds Omar Farooqui, President of Pakistan, Dr Arif Alvi said the government was reviewing education methods in the country to align them with latest development skills and tools based on technology…”
Experts considering Pakistan destination of technology advancement: Alvi
“While talking to the founder and chief innovation officer, Coded-Minds Omar Farooqui, President of Pakistan, Dr. Arif Alvi has said that it was encouraging to see technology experts considering Pakistan as a destination of technology advancement and supporting the government’s initiatives to transform Pakistan into knowledge based economy….”
“People are scared because they are not ready to face the future. They are not ready because future subjects are not taught in schools. We have to reskill and retool ourselves to be ready for the future,” said Omar Farooqui, Founder & Chief Innovation Officer of Coded Minds”
The Techno Revolution in Education with Omar Farooqui
“No textbooks? No theory? No grading system? Meet Omar Farooqui, the man who is determined to revolutionize education with technology by giving kids the interactive platform to learn tech subjects that will become the new normal as they get ready for jobs that don’t yet exist.”
“Omar Farooqui, founder and chief innovation officer of Coded Minds, said the [TOWN HALL] event will be organised every quarter to allow parents and students to voice their concerns and frustrations regarding STEM education”