Traditional learning once included a book or a manual of notes. That’s great if you learn by reading, but what if you don’t?
Learning by video has been proven to increase information acquisition and better stimulate brainstorming as it targets two primary sensory functions - visual and auditory. As a result of this, video engages and motivates individuals in a way that text-based communication can’t. They feel as though they are being personally mentored and can watch through material at their own pace, encouraging learning in their own time.
Ever since the introduction of websites like Youtube and Lynda using video as a learning tool has taken the internet by storm. To get you started, here are 20 'learn to code' focused YouTube channels you can code along to: