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The Most Engaging Word Search Puzzle(with answers) on Internet Browsers for a Noisy Class.

The Most Engaging Word Search Puzzle(with answers) on Internet Browsers for a Noisy Class.

This word search puzzle has been clearly designed for teachers who need to take control of their noisy classroom(s). It can be used as a starter or integrated into the lesson. It contains about 20 names for the students to search out and comes with an answer page for the teacher to assess the learner's answers. Ideal for the NQT or experienced teacher looking for an instant noise control remedy.

By ozmatts12

How do you teach coding?

How do you teach coding?

How do you teach coding? Who is this for? For primary teachers who teach programming - for both non-specialist and specialist computing teachers. What is it? This is a 15-minute research questionnaire by researchers at Queen Mary University of London. Why might you do this? Just doing the questionnaire, will help you think about your own planning and how you teach coding. If you are interested in taking part in the research to improve how we teach programming, pop your email at the end of the survey. Please help us find out more about how we teach programming so we can improve what how we teach our primary pupils how to code! Here is the research questionnaire. https://goo.gl/forms/4nWlR1kQ2r8mnFud2

By jlisaw8

Computational thinking starters and plenaries

Computational thinking starters and plenaries

This set of computational thinking starters and plenaries will support the teaching of all aspects of computer science. Ranging from simple to difficult, a great way to develop students ability to think and prepare for new computer science curriculum.

By chris_vidal

Computational Thinking for KS3 & KS4

Computational Thinking for KS3 & KS4

If you teach computer science, you don't want to miss out on this! Includes both my highly popular KS3 and KS4 introductions to computational thinking! Includes a mixture of information and activities to introduce students to the concepts of computational thinking through a series of real world scenarios. To practice the application of computational thinking, I have also included my Kodu programming challenges work unit!

By RobbotResources

Kodu - Ready Made Games!

Kodu - Ready Made Games!

A collection of 6 levels built on Kodu for you to share and use with your class. Perfect for those new to the software who need some examples to share with their pupils. Feel free to change and adapt them, or use them to get the kids started with Kodu. Using these will allow the students to play the games, and then examine how they have been built and what programming has been used. Please share and review! Any help with these please contact me @AlwaysComputing on twitter.

By matthew_1987

Pong with score (part 2 of simple pong)

Pong with score (part 2 of simple pong)

Following on from prior resource of simple Pong game - this adds a simple scoring system. The code itself is not the most efficient but should be easy to implement. Screen shots and commentary pick up from where simple pong game presentation finishes. Although this is one PPT it should cover 3-4 lessons. This is designed around the use of Scratch version 1

By mrnwhite

Writing Flowchart Algorithms

Writing Flowchart Algorithms

A classroom poster to support students who are writing flowchart algorithms. The poster includes an explanation of the symbols required for the following tasks; Start & End, Inputs & Outputs, Tasks and Decisions. I have also explained the use of variables. All symbols are exemplified and a practical example of their use is also included. ************************Please leave a review!***************************

By RobbotResources

Primary Computing Year 3/2 - Computer Programming

Primary Computing Year 3/2 - Computer Programming

A collection of worksheets and guidance sheets to compliment the Rising Stars Switched On Computing unit for year 2/3 'We are Astronauts'. These can be used with or without the scheme and are based on use of Scratch. Objectives cover the basics of algorithms and computational thinking as well as general use of Scratch and a review sheet.

By xkatiecfc

Simple Pong game - bat and ball made on scratch(1)

Simple Pong game - bat and ball made on scratch(1)

Simple Pong game - bat and ball, designed to give students a simple introduction into Scratch(1). Although its one PowerPoint it can run over a number of lessons or can be used as a stand alone option. This PowerPoint introduces students to the scratch workspace, the pallets and coding blocks. Some teacher knowledge is required but not vital! Please note The resources leads into another (not yet created!) that will add scoring. All this demonstrates is how to create a new background, sprite(s) and simple movement (up and down bats and random ball direction). Screen shots of code are included throughout as well as at the end of presentation.

By mrnwhite

Computational Thinking & DCF

Computational Thinking & DCF

A set of informative posters to support the delivery of the Digital Competence Framework! With particular relevance to the Digital Competence Framework within Wales, this resource was created as a guide to educators at all levels on how to incorporate Computational Thinking into lessons. This resource also provides suggestions on how the terminology can be simplified and delivered at different levels of education. There are a broad range of practical ideas on how to integrate computational thinking questions, tasks and games into subjects across the curriculum. I hope you find it of use! **Please Leave a Review!!!**

By RobbotResources

Scratch-Your-Head

Scratch-Your-Head

This is a short, 15 question quiz based around understanding and using Scratch. The pupils can do it as an individual activity or as a class. Answers to questions are given on each slide by clicking a link or an image.

By salmong