A delightful way to teach kids about computers | Linda Liukas

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Computer code is the next universal language, and its syntax will be limited only by the imaginations of the next generation of programmers. Linda Liukas is helping to educate problem-solving kids, encouraging them to see computers not as mechanical, boring and complicated but as colorful, expressive machines meant to be tinkered with. In this talk, she invites us to imagine a world where the Ada Lovelaces of tomorrow grow up to be optimistic and brave about technology and use it to create a new world that is wonderful, whimsical and a tiny bit weird.

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38 comments

  1. Margarita Jackson 1 July, 2020 at 06:10 Reply

    Love your dress Linda did Ted help you pick it out, it fits you good? These are just some of the computer codes I know: COBOL,Assembly Language, Fortran,Ruby, Basic, HTML, CSS,but do to colonialism I am just dirty spot that must be cleaned up with the corona virus European Injection!!or available for Human Trafficking!

  2. SERO Multimedia 1 July, 2020 at 06:10 Reply

    i am crazy at code and programming i really wanna become a coder or programmer , i feel that when i learn , i can change my world

  3. SERO Multimedia 1 July, 2020 at 06:10 Reply

    This is a wonderful speech very amzing to my mind and easy to make someone understand programming , thank you so much for this presentation, you have really refueled my perception , am a passionate newbies of computer coding and programming

  4. CLEAR VISION BUSINESS ACADEMY 1 July, 2020 at 06:10 Reply

    Real Interesting Topic. this is what exactly needed in today's life. Congratulations to TED

  5. Henry Chang 1 July, 2020 at 06:10 Reply

    I could tell she'd be all smile and full of energy just by looking at the thumbnail! At some points, I was really worried she'd be too excited and have difficulty in breathing. However, she easily showed her passion towards coding and inspired other people too. A good talk!

  6. SolidstateScouter 1 July, 2020 at 06:10 Reply

    Okay, I know the video is old, but her "cheerful" attitude was definitely too much for me.

  7. ass hole 1 July, 2020 at 06:10 Reply

    I can't see how any of what she's talking about is helpful…Programming should be taught at an age appropriate time, like 8th grade. If kids can't do algebra and arithmetic, how are they going to learn about the complex logic of computers…? The material she presented about looping concepts is better taught in gym class and learning sports. American schools need to remove the politics and testing and let teachers work. A lesson plan from the 1970's is probably better than a modern one. In those days we had several aids in the class and parents with the time to help. Now we want it all for 25 students per class and a single over worked teacher. The teachers just complain about salary….it's crazy.

  8. Ghadh Zh 1 July, 2020 at 06:10 Reply

    مذهل …. يجب على الاطفال تعلم البرمجة مثل تعلم الرياضيات و العلوم

  9. Binujaya Padmakumara 1 July, 2020 at 06:10 Reply

    She loves what she does. That's what I thought throughout the entire talk. She's lucky to have found a way to do what she loves for a living. And her students are lucky to have found a teacher who teaches with such passion. The perfect classroom!

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