Inclusive Online
1:1 Coding Classes

We teach more than coding. Our students learn and innovate through tech!

Admission Open for Creative Coding

#EqualEducation

At HashHackCode, we believe in equal access to education to all, regardless of background, abilities, gender or age. We provide Inclusive Tech Education & Mentorship to people with different abilities and strengths. We mentor students with ASD, ADHD/ADD, Dyslexia, Down Syndrome, Hard of Hearing, Non-Verbal, and Learning Difficulties.

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Saravana
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Alexander
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Manas
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Pranav
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Dhruv
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Vaag
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Karthik

Level 1 badges by our FutureCoders

#BreakingBarriers

Many people with different abilities struggle with the traditional higher and professional education model, leaving them with very few options to choose for a fulfilling career.

HashHackCode is creating an alternative inclusive ecosystem that recognizes and builds the potential of people with different abilities to learn coding, digital expression and computational thinking, to build a skill set that is essential for this digital era.

We offer 1-1 live online mentoring sessions and independent interactive learning. 

Our Approach

‘Everybody is a genius but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree it will live its whole life believing it is not capable’, stated Albert Einstein highlighting the need for understanding individual differences.

Building relationships

In a world of increasing proximity and complexity, how well we do, whether in the classroom or the boardroom depends on how well we forge and navigate relationships. Our encouraging mentors can have a marked positive impact not only on academic and cognitive performance but also the social and emotional well-being of the student.

Fostering empathy

If we can empathize then we can communicate, collaborate, and lead.
Our empathetic teaching approach empowers change-makers, expands their imagination, motivates them to act and build by respecting other ideas, working collaboratively across boundaries, and creatively addressing problems.

Fuelling desire to learn

We believe Teaching is more about inspiration than information. Our goal is to spark each student’s imagination, to find a hook in their heart and mind so that they feel a need to learn and be curious for more. Our engaging curriculum paired with their curiosity, drive and inquisitiveness helps them to face unfamiliar real-world scenarios with ease.

Promoting Independence

We mentor/guide so the student is not wholly dependent. Allow the learner to make mistakes and then point out how and why these errors were made. fun, exciting and engaging experience. If we could teach children just one thing to prepare them for the world of tomorrow, it would be the love of learning itself.

Developing a growth mindset

Whether its step by step instruction, application of principles, or breaking down concepts and observing the student, we incorporate a “Never Settle” attitude that can bring the best out of a child. This attitude develops grit, persistence and belief in their abilities.

Real-time and frequent feedback

Our byte-sized learning approach helps improve focus on a single task or objective at a time and provides an impactful learning experience. There is frequent reinforcement and recurrent feedback that guides them through such small segments of learning.

#FutureCoders

Read about the incredible journey of our neurodiverse #FutureCoders and their parents towards an independent life and career.

Ananth’s story of positivity – Waltzing his way into the creative world of Coding
2nd December 2020

Ananth’s story of positivity – Waltzing his way into the creative world of Coding

Ananth is a bright and affectionate young man of 23 years. He is a determined and persevering person who loves people. He was in his teens when he became aware that he is on the Autism spectrum. Contrary to what one would expect, the discovery of being neurodiverse brought him great relief and a whole…

Rising above all odds: Alan’s story of grit and perseverance
22nd October 2020

Rising above all odds: Alan’s story of grit and perseverance

I was 33years old when Alan was born. He had a flat nose, almond-shaped eyes, and short limbs. He looked like a doll. I felt blessed. A few hours later, I was told that he had Down’s Syndrome and was born without an anus. Even before I could absorb what Down’s Syndrome meant, he was…

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What makes us different

Our curriculum is thoughtfully designed to embrace the diversity of the human brain and mind to progressively learn computer programming and use coding as a means to become skilled-individuals.