BBC Pushes Coding to Support Bewildered Kids and Teachers

By Gary Cutlack on at

If you fancy learning to code but find existing guides a bit baffling, the BBC now has a series of study tools online to help explain the way computers work to kids. The support materials for the forthcoming computing curriculum ought to be simple enough to help anyone grasp the basics.

The computing section of the Bitesize guides answers such hardcore modern questions as "How do computer programs use variables?" and "How do computers use sequences?" -- tech conundrums it'll also be explaining via a range of companion TV shows later in the year featuring Dick and Dom and Nina and the Neurons. [BBC]