Giving Teens & Tweens Computer Coding LiteracyCALGARY, Nov. 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ - METI today announces the global launch of RoboGarden, a web-based app that teaches teens and tweens computer coding literacy. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161107/436996) Learn by DoingRoboGarden is a learn-by-doing, game-style environment. It gives students a fun, step-by-step way to learn the building blocks of programming from the basics to advanced concepts. It teaches the computer languages that professionals use to author software, smart phone apps and robotic control systems. A Head Start for High Paying Jobs"RoboGarden gives today's students a head start and a significant advantage for their careers. In a substantial and ever growing number of jobs, programming skills are just as important as skating is to hockey players and asking questions is to journalists," remarks Dr. Mohamed Elhabiby, President of RoboGarden Inc. By progressing through all levels of RoboGarden, students will have the coding skills they need to build their own apps and even take on freelance programming assignments. For Independent Learning or School CoursesRoboGarden lets students progress through lessons at their own pace. And it empowers parents and teachers, who don't have a technical background, to guide children through their coding lessons. Now every school with an Internet connection can offer beginner to advanced RoboGarden coding courses. Fostering Community-wide Innovation"We believe that RoboGarden will create bright new opportunities for individuals and entire communities. Coding literacy is an essential driver of success in the digital economy. Cities with a critical mass of programmers have a distinct advantage," says Dr. Elhabiby.