Although we are looking at “No-Code” solutions, there is *always* some small amount of code that needs to be done to get to the final solution.
There is nothing to be afraid of, you do not need to become a “coder”, but you should learn some of the basics.
We start with tutorials/exercises designed for children, for the same reason that when we start teaching mathematics we do not start with calculus, but with simple arithmetic
Often the best introductory lessons are the ones we use with children.
Watch these 3 videos, and if active also do the activities
What is data?
Only need to do the introduction module, the others will get complicated fast.
Sequence, Selection, Repetition
Look at Hour of code. The SQL one is a great place to start
Getting Deeper (if there is time)
Do this tutorial