Code.org – Capturing the Magic of Coding
Working with a lot of tech companies every day, we understand the future (and current) demand of technical skills. That sparked an interest in code.org – a nonprofit that believes all students deserve the chance to learn computer science.
This nonprofit is something we believe in – we know their mission is essential and we are passionate about it. They’re helping to expand understanding of computer science to all, and educate the future tech leaders of the world.
So when our friends at Vance Elementary School used their “Hour of Code” program to introduce computer science to third graders, we took the opportunity to capture how code.org is introducing future developers to the possibilities of coding.
Check out the video to see how their programs are inspiring students to explore computer science:
A special shout-out to the team that worked hard to capture the magic:
Alisha Hawkins – Digital Producer – Video
Jade Rice – Project Coordinator
Jennifer McMinn – Project Manager
Joe Basile – Composer/Sound Designer
John Kaplan – Associate Creative Director
Ronny Nause – Production Specialist/Studio Manager
Paula Juri – Editor
To me, there is nothing more motivating than seeing an audience have an “ah-ha” moment… to witness a transformation as a story unfolds. As a creative-minded problem solver specializing in dynamic media experiences, I strive to craft those moments through art and technology.At Centerline, I get to collaborate with talented people in many different roles to help enhance customer experiences and ensure our clients’ stories are memorable. I help drive the development, planning and successful execution of concept-driven video campaigns and special events – whether it’s designing a seamless experience across a multi-display projection spanning 150′ or a quirky museum installation. The technology will evolve over time; but the craft of delivering a powerful story remains fundamental for creating a memorable experience for audiences.