We hope you have all had a great start to the new semester! This past Sunday, we were elated to kick off a new wave of classes. We were also happy to see many new and familiar faces at the third installment of our College Prep Seminar Series. Each lecture in our College Prep Seminar…
Coding is becoming a core skill of the 21st century, whether you are interested in academics, research, a career, or even design and art! We teach coding to students by engaging them through hardware as well as pure software platforms. Our classes develop a foundation of programming capability, not just short exposures to diverse topics.
Whether you are interested in studying Python, C++, Swift, or anything else, our programming staff, comprised of experienced software engineers, can support you.
Robotics takes technological learning to the next level, blending software engineering and programming with the physical.
Learn how wires, sensors, chipsets, circuitboards, and other physical parts combine with software to create new inventions which interact with the world.
Our robotics team, led by a PhD and professional roboticist, can teach you problem solving, electronics, programming, and more.
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Coding is even more engaging when students can see the fruits of their labor in real time. It is all the more fun when the sky is quite literally the limit for what they can accomplish with their work. Here at TA we use the popular, and impressively flexible, game Minecraft to help students understand the basics of coding. Learning to manipulate code, and creating an entire world in the process – what could be more fun?
Winter Standardized Test Prep
Winter Elementary & Middle School
|Middle School Debate (G6-7)||MTWRF, Dec 18-22||13:00-15:00||CLOSED|
|Math Camp (G4-5)||MTWRF, Dec 18-22||10:00-12:00|
Spring 2018 Standardized Test Prep
Spring 2018 Math
Spring 2018 Humanities
Spring 2018 Sciences
Fall 2017 Final Review Sessions
We here at Tokyo Academics are constantly seeking out and developing unique and challenging educational experiences to provide to our students. One area that we’ve identified is the preparation of middle school students for the increased academic rigors of high school. Starting from 9th grade, the core skills of reading and writing take on new…
During this holiday season, many instructors, students, and parents were traveling. We’ve compared notes about the best ways to pass or make use of the time in transit, irrespective of where you’re coming and going to. Justin – While you’re in transit: Put your work away “Trying to be productive while on a plane is…
“Is there a doctor on the plane?” Niko, a TA instructor who recently started medical school at the University of Nevada – Reno, was recently on a flight from San Francisco to Tokyo, when the call went out over the announcement system. “I didn’t really think I was qualified,” he said later, “but I wanted…
It’s already December, and that means finals and then winter break, when you can at last relax, feast on good food, and work on your college applications! For those of you gearing up to write all those regular-decision application essays, I thought it’d be useful to share some of the common mistakes I have seen…
With the end of the semester coming up and final exams quickly approaching, TA tutors have some quick advice for getting prepared and tackling those important exams. On the test day Answer what you know first “Maximize efficiency by doing questions in the order that’s easiest for you. If a question or section is taking too…
Hard work produces results. This goes for studying as it goes for anything in life. But could students’ hard work be going to waste if they aren’t studying and working in an effective way? Researchers have conducted experiments in this area and, in the January 2013 issue of ‘Psychological Science in the Public Interest’, a thorough…
The test season is in full swing: many students have checked off the ACT and the SAT (yesterday!) and others are in the middle of AP exams. Naturally, we’re seeing many of our students come in with elevated levels of stress and anxiety.
In this post, we’re going to do a high level review of the 5 key things colleges will be looking for. In the next few posts, we’ll take a deeper dive into each area.
At Tokyo Academics, our students are pretty excited to get the last few assignments, tests, and projects completed before the summer. At the risk of coming off as scolds, we want to encourage all of you (parents and students alike!) to do as much as you can to keep the summer productive and additive to…