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Understanding Number Bases GCSE Revision and KS3 data Representation introduction

Understanding Number Bases GCSE Revision and KS3 data Representation introduction

This document is an ideal GCSE revision tool or used in KS3 as an introduction to data representation. It includes 5 page PDF handout which explains the theory of a decimal, binary and hexadecimal number base and gives three tasks to complete. Please note: This handout does not explain how to convert between number bases and only explains what each are and why binary and hexadecimal are used. It also includes a separate document containing the answers to the three tasks.
nwilkin
KS2 Computer Networks

KS2 Computer Networks

An introduction to computer networks for Year 5 (could easily be adapted for other KS2/3 year groups). Includes: teacher notes, scheme of work, resources, homework tasks and an end of topic assessment. Covers: what is a network? Mapping the school network (you’ll need a site plan for your school that learners can write on), network topologies and an assessment. A great resource ready to go or ready to be adapted for your department.
jp_kennedy
Google Drive 48 Question Cards Bundle: Critical Thinking Skills - Save £4

Google Drive 48 Question Cards Bundle: Critical Thinking Skills - Save £4

A set of 48 question cards which allow students to think about how to achieve a number of different skills in Slides, Docs, Sheets and Drawings. Perfect to use as bell work or even review activities as these cards do generate a discussion amongst your students. This file contains 4 question cards per page (12 pages in total). Question cards can be printed in color, cut out, laminated and then given to students to use. Question cards for Docs, Drawings, Sheets & Slides can also be purchased separately from my store if you do not want to buy the bundle. This bundle includes the following Question Cards: 12 Google Slides Question Cards: • Google slides features • Tools in Google Slides • Insert Images • Insert shapes • Insert word art • Difference between animations and transitions • Animations in slides • Creating tables • Shading table • Google Slides interface • Downloading Slides to PowerPoint • Google Slides definitions 12 Google Sheets Question Cards: • Formatting Google Sheets • Deleting Columns • Spreadsheet Features • Cell References in Google Sheets • Pie Charts • Formulae • Google Sheet Keywords • Difference between Formulae and Formula • Creating Charts • Chart Items • Adding fill color to Google Sheets • Customizing pie charts 12 Google Drawings Question Cards: • Inserting images • Inserting Word Art • Duplicating Shapes • Drawings Tools • Formatting Shapes • Features of Google Drawings • Google Docs Interface • Changing Shapes • Rotating Shapes • Downloading Drawings • Google Drawings definitions 12 Google Docs Question Cards: • Creating Tables • Page Numbers • Insert Images • Formatting Text • Formatting Tables • Features of Google Docs • Google Docs Interface • Paragraph alignment • Line spacing • Bullet Points • Downloading Docs to Word • Google Docs definitions
balsamgr8
GCSE Computer Science Grade Booster Session (Designed for OCR 9-1 but suitable for other boards)

GCSE Computer Science Grade Booster Session (Designed for OCR 9-1 but suitable for other boards)

Grade Booster session (with PowerPoint and Word Document) that should last 3+ hours covering the following topics for GCSE Computer Science: - CPU - Vonn Neumann Architecture - Embedded Systems - Factors affecting network performance - Client-Server and P2P networks - Ethical, Legal, Social and Moral considerations - Revision ideas There are 6 different exam questions from past papers with the mark schemes on the PowerPoint, Links to relevant Kahoots after most topics to check understanding, keyword recall activity at several points in the Presentation to show progress. It also includes a booklet which supports the activities on the PowerPoint by including activities for each topic and the exam questions.
gh194380
Ethical and Legal debates for Pearson Edexcel GCSE in Computer Science

Ethical and Legal debates for Pearson Edexcel GCSE in Computer Science

A PowerPoint presentation with over 100 ethical and legal debates for the Pearson Edexcel GCSE in Computer Science. Helps learners study the following specification reference: 1.8 Ethical, legal, cultural and environmental concerns. How to investigate and discuss Computer Science technologies while considering: - ethical issues - legal issues - cultural issues environmental issues. privacy issues. Written by subject specialists, with in depth debates that are relevant to students. Content covers AI, automation, gaming, privacy, hacking, security, cloud services, piracy, copyright, algorithms, emerging technology, wearable technology and more! The pack includes a voting card that you may choose to use for students to vote, or students can move from one side of the room to another. A great resource that can be used for starters or plenaries, and can also become the basis of an entire lesson.
studeapps
GCSE Computer Science Knowledge Organiser Bundle - 5 Topics - Revision

GCSE Computer Science Knowledge Organiser Bundle - 5 Topics - Revision

A collection of 5 full page knowledge organisers designed to summarise key modules of computer science to help students learn topics and revise. The topics cover: Computational Thinking Basic Programming Data Representation Computer System Networks Each organiser includes key words, key skills and key knowledge in an easy to digest format. These took hours to make and refine, so save yourself the time for the equivalent of £1.40 a sheet! Thanks Toby Watkins
MrWatkins123
GCSE Computer Science Assessment Exam Paper Bundle AQA NEW Spec Grades 9 - 1 including mark schemes

GCSE Computer Science Assessment Exam Paper Bundle AQA NEW Spec Grades 9 - 1 including mark schemes

This bundle contains 3 assessments. The first is an early assessment, designed to be used part way though year 10 covering early learning only. The second is an end of year 10 assessment covering most main topics. The third is a full AQA exam board style exam covering the same proportions and assessment points as the formal examinations. All come complete with mark scheme, with the full exam being an exam board level scheme. Thanks, Toby Watkins
MrWatkins123
IP Addressing, DNS and Data Packets

IP Addressing, DNS and Data Packets

A PowerPoint presentation that can be used by a teacher to explain IP addressing, packet switching and domain name systems. An ideal resource for those teaching GCSE Computer Science or A Level. Learning Objectives To have a better understand how to identify individual devices on a network. To be able to explain how data is transmitted successfully across the internet.
compteacheruk