Code.org launches new video series: How Computers Work

 Recently Bill Gates kicked off a new Code.org series How Computers Work. Developed as in-flight entertainment for Alaska Airlines, the Code.org series is available as part of its CS Discoveries course and as part of Khan Academy’s Computer Science curriculum. Following the Gates introduction, the other segments cover What Makes a Computer, a Computer? Binary & […]
 Recently Bill Gates kicked off a new Code.org series How Computers Work.

Developed as in-flight entertainment for Alaska Airlines, the Code.org series is available as part of its CS Discoveries course and as part of Khan Academy’s Computer Science curriculum.

Following the Gates introduction, the other segments cover

The beautifully produced series includes diverse and engaging voices for instance: May Li Khoe, former Apple designer (and current Khan Academy VP of Design); Erica Gomez, an engineering manager at Amazon; Nat Brown, Xbox architect, and Madison Maxey, a smart clothing entrepreneur.

These four- to six-minute videos are perfect for introducing computer science learning, opening a coding club session or incorporating into professional development sessions.

You’ll find many more CS goodies and inspiration at Code.org:

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