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Secondary Videos – Secondary Computer Science – 38 Videos

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  1. Coding and music production | Computer Science – Coding: The Future is Creative
  2. Coding and games design | Computer Science – Coding: The Future is Creative
  3. Coding and fashion technology | Computer Science – Coding: The Future is Creative
  4. Coding and games development | Computer Science – Coding: The Future is Creative
  5. Coding and digital art | Computer Science – Coding: The Future is Creative
  6. How computers changed WWII and future communication | Computer Science – Megabits
  7. How does a games console work? | Computer Science – Megabits
  8. Using computers to explore new planets | Computer Science – Megabits
  9. How computers changed medical research | Computer Science – Megabits
  10. Merging the worlds of reality and make believe | Computer Science – Megabits
  11. Using 3D printing in the fashion industry | Computer Science – Beneath the Lab coat
  12. Solving a Rubik’s cube using a smartphone | Computer Science – The Royal Institution Lectures
  13. What can 3D printing be used for? | Computer Science – The Royal Institution Lectures
  14. How does a digital camera work? | Computer Science – The Royal Institution Lectures
  15. How do LED screens work? | Computer Science – The Royal Institution Lectures
  16. What is decomposition? | Computer Science – How to Think Like a Computer
  17. Recognising patterns | Computer Science – How to Think Like a Computer
  18. What is abstraction? | Computer Science – How to Think Like a Computer
  19. What is an algorithm? | Computer Science – How to Think Like a Computer
  20. Checking your algorithm | Computer Science – How to Think Like a Computer
  21. Strictly micro:bit – Exploring algorithms thorough dance | Computer Science – Live Lessons
  22. Strictly micro:bit – Using dance to show a bubble sort algorithm | Computer Science – Live Lessons
  23. Strictly micro:bit – Creating music with a BBC micro:bit | Computer Science – Live Lessons
  24. Strictly micro:bit – Creating digital art with a BBC micro:bit | Computer Science – Live Lessons
  25. Strictly micro:bit – Creating wearable tech with a BBC micro:bit | Computer Science – Live Lessons
  26. Strictly micro:bit – Full Lesson | Computer Science – Live Lessons
  27. Micro:bit: Mission to Mars – Full Lesson | Computer Science – Live Lessons
  28. micro:bit: Mission to Mars – Mars facts | Computer Science – Live Lessons
  29. micro:bit: Mission to Mars – Getting off the ground | Computer Science – Live Lessons
  30. micro:bit: Mission to Mars – Avoiding obstacles | Computer Science – Live Lessons
  31. microbit: Mission to Mars – Life on Mars | Computer Science – Live Lessons
  32. Doctor Who and the micro:bit – Full Lesson | Computer Science – Live Lessons
  33. Searching | Computer Science – Doctor Who and the micro:bit Live Lesson
  34. Debugging | Computer Science – Doctor Who and the micro:bit Live Lesson
  35. Common components in an algorithm | Computer Science – Doctor Who and the micro:bit Live Lesson
  36. Linear and binary search | Computer Science – Doctor Who and the micro:bit Live Lesson
  37. Different types of error | Computer Science – Doctor Who and the micro:bit Live Lesson
  38. Your questions answered | Computer Science – Doctor Who and the micro:bit Live Lesson