Openworld Learning

Rating: 4.67 stars   3 reviews

Issues: Arts & Culture, Children & Youth

Location: 2543 California Street Denver CO 80205 USA

Mission: OpenWorld Learning supports children's school success by tapping the power of digital technology and peer teaching to develop leadership and ignite a love of learning
Results: We are currently providing programs in 8 elementary schools and 3 middle schools across the Denver metro area. We also are hosting 9 Summer Camps.
Target demographics: 3rd-8th grade students at Title I schools
Direct beneficiaries per year: nearly 1,0000 students.
Geographic areas served: the Denver area
Programs: technology and leadership training in order to prepare them for careers in STEM.

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Rating: 4 stars  

My experience has with OWL has been fantastic. Working for a company that supported them in one of the schools, I got to know the program. Then I enrolled my child who is thriving in the program and loves. I would reccommend OWL.

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My child is OWL student

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Expand the programs to more schools

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Rating: 5 stars  

Open world learning has been wonderful for both of my elementary aged boys. They are experiencing computer programs that they would never have had access to. The atmosphere is fun and supportive and we love the opportunity to be involved in the program.

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my young children

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none so far

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Rating: 5 stars  

My 10 year old son has been participating in Open World Learning (OWL) for the past semester at Park Hill School. While his school does provide some computer classes, they are very limited and do not at all address programming. He loves attending OWL and is learning Microworlds and Scratch computer languages, to program graphics and games that he has created. This is a fantastic program that will give today's kids a technical (and fun) computer programming education that will be sure to help them later in life.

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My son's creativity and interest in programming has increased.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Increase its funding so that it can be offered in more schools.

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