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With Coding and Manufacturing as a vital part of our Academic System, we are preparing our Children to lead the Technological and Industrial revolution that will lift our Nation to rise to her true potential!
Our graduation concert featured; talk on coding, manufacturing, ballroom dance, afro pop dance, awards and so much more!
The importance of Computer Science literacy in todays world cannot be overemphasised. At our institute of computer science and programming, we teach Children aged 5-16 beginner to intermediate Computer Science and Robotics skills to brighten their future prospects while simultaneously boosting their creative potential.
All research done to analyse the impact of using digital tools in education agree on one thing, and that is that ‘adopting technology in education increases student engagement and enthusiasm which makes for an easier transfer of information from the Teacher to the Students’. Click here for more research details on how education technology affects Children.
Skyline Futuristic Eco West African Academy has developed a scholarship scheme to ensure that Africa’s future leaders who are born into less privileged settings do not miss out of getting the best education available. Our core value is to increase technological literacy amongst Africans hence the need to have a scholarship scheme to ensure a broader reach.
At Skyline Futuristic, we understand and appreciate the inconsistencies of the English language. These inconsistencies has made learning pronunciations, word/sentence structures, and spelling inconspicuously frustrating for many Children across…
Skyline Futuristic (Eco) West African Academy is a digitised primary school of unequaled commitment to delivering the best education has to offer in Nigeria and West…
Skyline Futuristic (Eco) West African Academy has been launched in Enugu State, Nigeria; a place where students from primary 1-6 will be taught – exclusively using digital tools and cutting edge technologies and methodologies in all subjects.
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The first men who went to the moon did so with a computer (Apollo Guidance Computer ACG) that had approximately 64kilobyte of memory and operated at 0.043MHZ; that is about the computing power a toaster or calculator uses today. To break it down, “Today, your cell phone has more computer power than all of NASA back in 1969,…