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Binary Tarsia Puzzle

Binary Tarsia Puzzle

This tarsia puzzle has binary to denary conversions, binary addition, units of measurement and questions to gauge the understanding of binary and denary.
MZCS
Full Set GCSE Computing Revision Flash Cards! 30% OFF

Full Set GCSE Computing Revision Flash Cards! 30% OFF

GCSE Computing Revision Flash Cards for Students. This bundle has money off, as apposed to buying the Flashcards separately. £17 instead of over £24! 30% Off compared to if you bought them separately. Based off of the OCR Specification (9-1)
ET-5063
Python Programming Project on Animated Movies

Python Programming Project on Animated Movies

A small practical programming project is designed and developed to learn the programming. It specifically teaches about creating and using functions, selection, iteration and file I/O, list, dictionary and string objects and how to combine them all into solving some practical problems. One other important thing students will learn is the importance of Data, how to get and manipulate it for different interesting results. You can use it independently with students to practice the basic building blocks of programming and improving their problem soling skills. You can also find the sample solutions which were developed in IDLE with Python version 3.6.3 I hope you and your students will enjoy it and please do give the feedback/comments on how you find it as it will be very useful for me to bring further interesting projects or worksheets. Happy Coding
shahidcaan
Python Coding- A Beginners Revision and Activities Booklet

Python Coding- A Beginners Revision and Activities Booklet

Python Coding- A Beginners Revision and Activities Booklet. For students studying computer science and using python in their work. This booklet covers: Python- definition of what it is and what it does Identifiers- examples, definition and how they are used Variables -examples, definition and how they are used Functions -examples, definition and how they are used Modules -examples, definition and how they are used Classes -examples, definition and how they are used Activity Key Words -examples, definition and how they are used Syntax -examples, definition and how they are used Structure -examples, definition and how they are used Logical Operators -examples, definition and how they are used Variables and Value -examples, definition and how they are used Function -examples, definition and how they are used Syntax of Function -examples, definition and how they are used Function Call -examples, definition and how they are used Doc string -examples, definition and how they are used The Return Statement -examples, definition and how they are used Activity Classes -examples, definition and how they are used Modules -examples, definition and how they are used The dir() Function -examples, definition and how they are used Input and Output -examples, definition and how they are used Create a Code -examples, definition and how they are used Create a flow chart -examples, definition and how they are used Activity Loops-examples, definition and how they are used Activity Breaks-examples, definition and how they are used Activity Arrays -examples, definition and how they are used Activity That's about it really, it goes off on the basics as well as some tricky questions, there are additional activities but I have not got all day to list them. I am a very busy lady with no planning time. Put together by me and has helped my Year 11's and Year 10's understand it a lot more.
fizzysparkler
37 MS Access Video Guides for BTEC L3 NQF Unit 2 - Databases

37 MS Access Video Guides for BTEC L3 NQF Unit 2 - Databases

This resource contains 37 MS Access video tutorials to quickly walk students through all of the practical skills they require for the 10 hour controlled assessment. This has been tried and tested, particuarly on the run up to exams and has proven to be an excellent resource. The video guides are stored on google drive and students can therefore access remotely. The resource comes with a pdf and word doc checklist that students work their way through. It takes them approximately 6-8 hours from start to finish. In this project, students build an electronic 'time-out' system in order to streamline the behaviour sanction system used in my school.
aglasgow