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Assessment, Computer Science, using GCSE Grades - adjusted Progression Pathways

Assessment, Computer Science, using GCSE Grades - adjusted Progression Pathways

CAS Progression Pathways (original source: https://community.computingatschool.org.uk/resources/1692 ) I use CAS Progression Pathways to asses my pupils and due to changes in area of assessing pupils progress without levels, I had to adjust this to fit our school policy. We use GCSE Grading system joined with progress within a grade. Progressing, Grade 1.....Grade 9 B - Beginning E - Emerging D - Developing S - Secure M - Mastered Example Students can achieve 1e (Grade 1 - emerging). I am using separate grades tabs to record pupils work (tab P, 1, 2, 3,..) but entering the information into the cells in these worksheets will automatically fill the Progress worksheet where you can see the overall progress for each student. If you are doing your work based on topics (Algorithms, Programming and Development,...), you also can see pupils progressing in separate areas of the curriculum. All this is automated and you have to enter the grade only once into Grades tab.

By petch1

J276 Computing Full Programme Student Resource

J276 Computing Full Programme Student Resource

This 19 page document has been used with student learning in mind. It contains every aspect that the learners need to pass the two exams. It contains the title of each topic coupled with a breakdown of each. Once the student has completed the learning, they can tick each one then receive a date stamp from their teacher. I have been using this format of checking progress in many areas of my teaching within Computer Science and this document, once printed, provides an instant glance into the student's progress. Essentially, this is the only paper document that they will need for the academic year. As the rest of the research is IT based, you can instantly check their progress. OFSTED gave me outstanding feedback based on one of my Computing lessons and specifically praised me for the use of progress sheets like this. It can also be used as a scheme of work for your own delivery. You can instantly see what has been covered, when, and what needs to be taught next. Interestingly, if short-notice cover needs to be arranged, you can use the progress sheet to provide an overview of what needs to be delivered. There are two parts to this download - the PDF, ready to print, and the editable PPT file that you can use and disseminate as you wish. This 19 page document took several hours to complete and I feel that it is value for money. I would appreciate feedback on this.

By nerdoftheday

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Take advantage of the biggest TES bundle discount offer for you. This contains worksheets, activities, revision questions, lesson starters, fully automated STEM quiz (with 300) slides and all you need to position you for the next PROMOTION. Check through the resources and you will be impressed. Buy them and discover some of the most invaluable teaching resources. Get all of these for HALF THE PRICE!

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Instant Year 9 Revision and Assessment Questions

Instant Year 9 Revision and Assessment Questions

This assessment and revision resource is suitable for teachers who wish to extend their students knowledge of core concepts in ICT as it contains sixty (60) objective questions and five (5) theory questions for students and even teachers to brainstorm. Feel free to edit the content when necessary to suit your learners.

By ozmatts12

Computing Theory: Binary Representation of Sound lesson

Computing Theory: Binary Representation of Sound lesson

Overview: In this lesson, students explore how sound is represented in a computer system. Learning Objectives: • Explain how sound can be sampled and stored in digital form • Explain how sampling intervals and other considerations affect the size of a sound file and the quality of its playback

By Wolves_CLC

Computing Theory: Binary Addition

Computing Theory: Binary Addition

Overview: In this lesson, students will learn how to add two 8‐bit binary integers and explain overflow errors which may occur. Learning Objectives: • add two 8‐bit binary integers and explain overflow errors which may occur

By Wolves_CLC

Computing Theory: Binary Representation of Images

Computing Theory: Binary Representation of Images

Overview: In this lesson, students learn how a computer represents an image using binary. Learning Objectives: • Explain the representation of an image as a series of pixels represented in binary • Explain the need for metadata to be included in the file such as height, width and colour depth • Discuss the effect of colour depth and resolution on the size of an image file

By Wolves_CLC

OCR GCSE Computer Science (J276) 1.1 System Architecture Sample Exam Questions

OCR GCSE Computer Science (J276) 1.1 System Architecture Sample Exam Questions

This is a sample of the full resource pack which is available from our website, www.ict-interactive.co.uk - ALL our resources are elegantly and professionally designed to ensure full student engagement. Which includes over 100+ pages of worksheets, activities covering the FULL specification of OCR GCSE J276 Comp 1 - Computer Systems Unit. Each topic, 1.1 - 1.18 has sample exam questions which are similar to the exam

By ict-interactive

Bitmap Encoding Lesson

Bitmap Encoding Lesson

Humorous PowerPoint presentation (25 slides) that teaches all about bitmap encoding using cat memes, colour and clear examples. Also included is a full worksheet that follows on from the lesson, and a very thorough answer sheet/guide. These resources should last between 1-2 lessons at least.

By jsarnold

GCSE Computer Science - Data Representation: ASCII Table - Handout

GCSE Computer Science - Data Representation: ASCII Table - Handout

This resource is aimed at students studying GCSE Computer Science and contains all of the Denary, Hexadecimal and Binary codes for all of the original 128 ASCII characters, alongside the character symbols and a description of each symbol. It also contains details about a possible Extended ASCII set with some descriptions, alongside their equivalent Denary, Hexadecimal & Binary codes.

By MrDaniels14