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Grok Learning

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Grok Learning
File:Grok Learning logo.png
Type of businessCommercial
Area servedWorldwide
Founder(s)Tara Murphy, James Curran, Tim Dawborn, Nicky Ringland
ServicesTechnology education
WebsiteGrok Learning
Current statusActive

Grok Learning is an online interactive platform that offers coding classes in programming languages like Python and HTML.[1] Grok Learning has a focus on educating high school students, but also has content targeted specifically for professionals.[2] Grok Learning provides courses suitable for use in a classroom setting where a computing trained teacher may or may not be present.[3]

The site teaches students through a combination of notes and accompanying coding problems to solve. These problems can coded and run using the in-browser programming environment and are marked instantaneously by an auto-marker. The site offers feedback for solved problems, and badges for completing certain tasks, as well as leaderboards for certain courses. Grok has created a motto to encourage coders to keep going. This motto is "Grok On".


Grok Learning was founded in 2013 by Tara Murphy, James Curran, Tim Dawborn, and Nicky Ringland.[4] At the time of foundation, James was an associate professor in the School of IT at The University of Sydney,[5] Tara was a senior lecturer in astroinformatics at The University of Sydney,[6] and Tim and Nicky were computer science PhD candidates at The University of Sydney.[7][8] Since then, Tim and Nicky have completed their PhDs in 2015.


  1. "Grok Learning". Grok Learning. Retrieved 2013-12-07.
  2. "Professional development". Grok Learning. Retrieved 2013-12-07.
  3. "In the classroom". Grok Learning. Retrieved 2013-12-07.
  4. "Who are we?". Grok Learning. Retrieved 2013-12-07.
  5. "James Curran". James Curran. Retrieved 2013-12-07.
  6. "Tara Murphy". Tara Murphy. Retrieved 2013-12-07.
  7. "Tim Dawborn". Tim Dawborn. Retrieved 2013-12-07.
  8. "Nicky Ringland". Nicky Ringland. Retrieved 2013-12-07.

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