San Jose, CAUSA
October 27, 2012
We use computers every day no matter what field we are in. You don't need to become a programmer, but understanding computational thinking is critical to being a part of the digital age.
I have taught thousands of students at Stanford as part of the intro CS program, lectured CS106A, and was a section leader for several years.
Right now we are using our site CodeHS to teach students. We start with "Karel the Dog" to focus on problem solving rather than syntax.
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My name is Jeremy, I just graduated Stanford studying CS and teaching intro CS there for three years. Now I am building CodeHS to make CS education fun and accessible to beginners!