AEW Combo

AEW Combo

This is a PDF file that includes Access-Excel-Word. Please see sample of Access, Excel and Word for contents.
kenyajuu
Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word

This module has been designed for the Cambridge Information and Communication Technology syllabus 0417, or any other syllabus requiring knowledge of Word. It consists of 93 pages. It is in full colour. It is a PDF file By clicking on an item in the menu. the user will be taken to that item. By clicking on any page number, the user will be returned to the menu. It is in landscape format. The aspect ration is 16:9 This module has been design to fit on Monitors, Tablets and Smartphones.
kenyajuu
Data Representation for OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276)

Data Representation for OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276)

Data Representation Student Workbook This student workbook is ideal for students, non-specialist teachers, NQTs any anyone who wants to learn more about data representation to gain confidence in the OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276) “2.6 Data representation” specification. Can be used in the classroom as a teaching aid, for self-study or as a revision tool. This 58-page PDF which covers the theory and includes ready-to-use tasks and even includes the answers. Table of Contents: • Units • Amount of storage space required • Numbers • Denary (base 10) • Binary (base 2) • Convert from binary to denary • Convert from denary to binary • Add binary numbers • Binary Shifts • Hexadecimal (base 16) • Why is hexadecimal used? • Convert from binary to hexadecimal • Convert hexadecimal to binary • Convert hexadecimal to denary • Convert from denary to hexadecimal • Number base notation • Check Digits • Characters • Binary codes to represent characters • Character Set • ASCII, extended ASCII and Unicode • Images • Pixels • Colour Depth • Metadata • Calculating file size • Converting binary into a bitmap • Sound • How sound can be sampled and stored in a digital form • Sample frequency / sample rate • Bit rate / Resolution • Calculate sound file sizes • Compression • Lossless • Lossy
nwilkin
Microsoft Access Part 1

Microsoft Access Part 1

This module has been designed to meet the requirements of the Cambridge Information and Communication Technology syllabus 0417. It consists of 92 pages. It is a PDF file. It is in full colour. By clicking on an item in the menu, the user will be taken to that item. By clicking on any page number, the user will be returned to the menu. It is in landscape format. The aspect ratio is 16:9. This module has been designed for Monitors, Tablets and Smartphones.
kenyajuu
Windows 10

Windows 10

This module has been designed to meet the requirements of the Cambridge Information and Commuciation Technology syllabus 0417. It consists of 88 pages. It is a PDF file. It is in full colour. By clicking on an item in the menu, the user will be taken to the item. By clicking on any page number, the user will be returned to the menu It is in landscape format. The aspect ration is 16:9. This module has been design for Monitors, Tablets and Smartphones.
kenyajuu
Windows 8

Windows 8

This module has been designed to meet the requirements of the Cambridge Information and Communication Technology syllabus 0417. It consists of 73 pages. It is a PDF file. It is in full colour. By clicking on an item in the menu, the user will be taken to that item. By clicking on any page number, the user will be returned to the menu. It is in landscape format. The aspect ratio is 16:9. This module has been designed for Monitors, Tablets and Smartphones.
kenyajuu
Windows 7

Windows 7

This module is designed to cover the requirements of the Cambridge Information and Communications Technology syllabus 0417. It consists of 85 pages. It is a PDF file. It is in full colour. By clicking on an item in the menu, the user will be taken to that item. By clicking on any page number, the user will be returned to the menu. It is in landscape format. The aspect ratio is 16:9 This module has been design for Monitors, Tablets and Smartphones.
kenyajuu
Microsoft Excel Activity - Ice Cream Shop Sales

Microsoft Excel Activity - Ice Cream Shop Sales

A Microsoft Excel worksheet activity which tests students’ knowledge on the following skills: Cell referencing Use of formulae/calculations such as subtraction and multiplication. Making predictions by changing data Use of Sum() function What if questions Use this superb resource as a simple warm up exercise or to teach new skills. Answer Key included.
balsamgr8
Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets - End of Year Awards

Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets - End of Year Awards

This resource encourages students to interpret data in tally chart to then enter into a Excel Spreadsheet. Students are then expected to read the instructions on their worksheet to either add to or modify their spreadsheet. This resource covers the following skills: Entering data Writing and entering formulae. Formatting spreadsheets Creating graphs and charts
balsamgr8
KS3 Spreadsheets with Minecraft - Half Term Unit Resources

KS3 Spreadsheets with Minecraft - Half Term Unit Resources

This is a set of lesson resources to span 6 lessons in which spreadsheet & data analysis skills are introduced through the medium of minecraft! Combining IT and Computing skills using the logical aspects of spreadsheets gives students a solid set of skills to take further whether they follow a Computer Science or IT pathway. Suitable for Years 7 - 9 (US Grades 6-8). Pack includes: Teacher / student powerpoint to record progress with clear assessment points Student excel workbook with templates for each activity Initially written for use on Google Drive, but easily transferable to Excel / PowerPoint
hbillinghurst
Understanding and Using Databases (9 Lessons)

Understanding and Using Databases (9 Lessons)

Understanding and Using Databases This Unit could be taught at Key Stage 2 or Key Stage 3 (Year 7-8). This unit introduces the students to Microsoft Access. It includes 9 lessons that involves students exploring the software whilst understanding the basics. For example students are asked to: Explain what a database is and its uses (give examples) Understand both paper based and electronic databases Design and create a Superhero Database from scratch Add and edit records in the database Ask the database questions in order to search Create different types of queries to search (basic, multiple and Boolean) Produce a report to show evidence of understanding Unit includes an overview of all the lessons and an overall teacher/students assessment checklist.
samoliver368
Cambridge Technicals - IT - Level 03 - Unit 06 - Application Design - M/507/5005 - Materials

Cambridge Technicals - IT - Level 03 - Unit 06 - Application Design - M/507/5005 - Materials

Cambridge Technicals - IT - Level 03 - Unit 06 - Application Design - M/507/5005 - Delivery Materials - First 3 LO’s are easy then making the aplication gets vague. Prototype modelling, do not do unit unless oyu are willing to create an application that eets a specific criteria. Any issues downloading, email me at enderoth@hotmail.com or go to www.freeschoolresources.com after August whennthe website has been redone.
enderoth
Excel Workbook

Excel Workbook

A workbook containing a mixture of information and tasks based on the subject of Microsoft Excel, including formatting, formulas and graphs
dominicberesford1993
Excel Chart Types Activity

Excel Chart Types Activity

This resource can be used during a lesson with Excel Charts. It is useful to become familiar with different chart types and their application. The activities can be carried out individually, in pairs or in teams. It is always more fun to team up, as two heads are better than one and lots of discussion can be generated. Files are available in both pdf and docx format for editing if required. Preparation for Mix N Match Activity: Print out the document named ‘Chart Type Activity Answers’ Laminate the sheets (optional) Cut out all the segments Learners now match up all three elements (Chart name, Description, Picture). This activity can be timed and completed in teams to add a competitive edge. Other Activity Options: Print out the document named ‘Chart Type Activity without Chart Type’. Learners will review the description and the pictorial view and name the Chart Type. Print out the document named ‘Chart Type Activity without Description’. Hand out the cut outs of ‘Descriptions’. Learners place them in the appropriate slot. Print out the document names ‘Chart Type Activity without Picture’. Hand out the cut outs of ‘Pictures’. Learners place them in the appropriate slot.
Resource_Creator
GUESS WHO COMPUTATIONAL THINKING CHALLENGE (STEM & DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES )

GUESS WHO COMPUTATIONAL THINKING CHALLENGE (STEM & DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES )

☀️ This has got to be one of our most engaging STEM activities yet!!! An absolute cracker of a resource for teaching COMPUTATIONAL THINKING, ALGORITHMS, MATHS and TECHNOLOGY. The challenge is simple… CAN YOU CREATE THE PERFECT FACIAL RECOGNITION ALGORITHM? It draws upon the classic game “GUESS WHO?” to instantly engage students with ease. The learning is incredibly deep and this resource could easily FILL A WEEK of class time or a single 90 minute session depending on how far you wish to go… And it’s completely EDITABLE Whats inside ⭐Computational Thinking resources and activities related to the topic ⭐Teacher Hints and Tips ⭐ Complete lesson plans ⭐ Facial Recognition Lessons and Content ⭐ Removable / Hints and Tips for Beginners ⭐ Lessons on Data and Attributes ⭐ Custom made Graphic Organizers ⭐ Custom made Flowcharting Activities ⭐ Heaps of digital video and interactive content ⭐ Literacy related tasks to the ethics of facial recognition ⭐ Glossary of terms ⭐ Video tutorial explaining the perfect solution ⭐ Assessment and Reflection Tool Compatibility with Google Classroom and NO PREP REQUIRED
Innovativeteachingideas
GCSE 9-1 Computer Science Poster: How to read and write Edexcel pseudo code

GCSE 9-1 Computer Science Poster: How to read and write Edexcel pseudo code

This handy poster is a great revision tool to help your GCSE computer scientists prepare for their computational thinking problem solving paper! Although focused around Edexcel specification, it is also easily applicable for others. This poster will help your students to both understand what the pseudo code means within exams as well as help them write their own, well structured pseudo code. Update: High Resolution 1440x2560 in both PNG & JPEG Please leave a review
RobbotResources
BTEC LEVEL 3 National Extended Cert. in IT Unit 1 (Lessons 1 -22)

BTEC LEVEL 3 National Extended Cert. in IT Unit 1 (Lessons 1 -22)

Unit 1. IT Systems (Lessons 1-22) This series of resources includes: presentations, worksheets, home learning tasks, etc. They follow Lessons 1 - 22, of the Edexcel scheme of work (delivery guide) covering Learning Aim A. Each of the presentations follows an identical format: introduction, starter, objectives, research, tasks, home learning, and plenary.
ttootle
BTEC LEVEL 3 National Extended Cert. in IT Unit 3(Lessons 20-24 and Lessons 28-37)

BTEC LEVEL 3 National Extended Cert. in IT Unit 3(Lessons 20-24 and Lessons 28-37)

This series of resources includes: presentations, worksheets, home learning tasks, etc. They follow Lessons 20-24, and Lessons 28-37, of the Edexcel scheme of work (delivery guide) covering the remainder of Learning Aim B and Learning Aim C. Each of the presentations follows an identical format: introduction, starter, objectives, research, tasks, home learning, and plenary. Using these resources throughout the last academic year with my Year 12 cohort, students have predominantly achieved Distinction grades and a smaller number Merit grades.
ttootle
BTEC LEVEL 3 National Extended Cert. in IT Unit 3 (Lessons 1-19)

BTEC LEVEL 3 National Extended Cert. in IT Unit 3 (Lessons 1-19)

Unit 3. Using Social Media in Business (Lessons 1-19) This series of resources includes: presentations, worksheets, home learning tasks, etc. They follow Lessons 1 - 19, of the Edexcel scheme of work (delivery guide) covering Learning Aim A and partly B. Each of the presentations follows an identical format: introduction, starter, objectives, research, tasks, home learning, and plenary. Using these resources, as well as the official textbook, throughout the last academic year with my Year 12 cohort, students have predominantly achieved Distinction grades and a smaller number Merit/Pass grades.
ttootle
OCR CAMBRIDGE NATIONAL in INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES LEVEL 1/2 (Lessons 21-32)

OCR CAMBRIDGE NATIONAL in INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES LEVEL 1/2 (Lessons 21-32)

This series of resources includes: presentations, worksheets, home learning tasks, etc. covering lessons 21-32. They follow module 6, activity 1 through to module 9, activity 3 of the OCR scheme of work (delivery guide). Each of the presentations follows an identical format: introduction, starter, objectives, research, tasks, home learning, and plenary. Please note: although Home Learning tasks have been produced as separate worksheets, these same home-learning tasks also exist in each lesson worksheet.
ttootle
OCR CAMBRIDGE NATIONAL in INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES LEVEL 1/2 (Lessons 11-20)

OCR CAMBRIDGE NATIONAL in INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES LEVEL 1/2 (Lessons 11-20)

This series of resources includes: presentations, worksheets, home learning tasks, etc. covering lessons 11-20. They follow module 3, activity 4 through to module 5, activity 3 of the OCR scheme of work (delivery guide). Each of the presentations follows an identical format: introduction, starter, objectives, research, tasks, home learning, and plenary. Please note: although Home Learning tasks have been produced as separate worksheets, these same home-learning tasks also exist in each lesson worksheet.
ttootle
OCR CAMBRIDGE NATIONAL in INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES LEVEL 1/2 (Lessons 1-10)

OCR CAMBRIDGE NATIONAL in INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES LEVEL 1/2 (Lessons 1-10)

This series of resources includes: presentations, worksheets, home learning tasks, etc. covering lessons 1-10. They follow module 1, activity 1 through to module 3, activity 3 of the OCR scheme of work (delivery guide). Each of the presentations follows an identical format: introduction, starter, objectives, research, tasks, home learning, and plenary. Please note: although Home Learning tasks have been produced as separate worksheets, these same home-learning tasks also exist in each lesson worksheet.
ttootle
Data Storage - Presentation Project

Data Storage - Presentation Project

The resource is specifically based against the IGCSE Computer Science syllabus, but is suitable for any Data Storage module. It includes some knowledge tests at the beginning and leads on to creating 5 groups to work on a presentation about a different element of Data Storage. The group worksheets can be handed out or sent electronically and each has a series of keywords to prompt research. Each group is challenged with answering one Big Question and explaining it to the class at the end of the lesson. If you find the resource useful please leave a review so that others can find it. HackDragn
hackdragn
World Cup 2018 Spreadsheet Project Resource Pack

World Cup 2018 Spreadsheet Project Resource Pack

An ICT Spreadsheet project all set up to launch the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia - Aimed at Year 9 and KS4 3 resources available: a student template, with no formatting, formulae or functions; a teacher demo version, containing examples of a number of advanced features; finally a fully functioning working model showing a range of advanced features. A great motivational resource for teaching IF / COUNTIF Functions; relative & absolute cell referencing; defining cell names; macros; there is also further scope to develop the project further by incorporating graphs / charts; conditional formatting and VLOOKUP Functions. The project is set up to run through the entirety of the World Cup until its conclusion on 15 July.
craigman
[GCSE+IGCSE] RECORDS ARRAYS FLOWCHARTS

[GCSE+IGCSE] RECORDS ARRAYS FLOWCHARTS

A series of 6 activities (15 lessons following structure below) that can either be used to introduce Records, Arrays and Flow Charts, or as a revision tool at the end of introducing these. With each activity, I spend time going over the skills at the beginning of the lesson, with the students completing the flow chart in each scenario. For each activity, I have included extension activities to challenge the more advanced students. After each flow chart is completed, we review the learning at the end of the lesson. The second lesson for each, we review the learning from the previous activity and then code the solutions. I often do these in a mix of group and paired programming scenarios. This would also work well as a carousel activity, giving a set time at each station or, working in groups, students could implement the solutions for them and present their learning back to the rest of the class All in, covering theory, taking time to implement the code, and with testing at the end, this short set of activities takes us around 15 lessons and hugely benefited my students in the Paper 2 in the recent exam. There were a few questions which came up with regards to manipulating records / writing to files which, following these activities, my students were very confident with. This exercise was also used during a Looking For Learning classroom observation.
PaperAirplane
Cluedo murder mystery riddle - adaptation from Einstein's '5 houses' logic puzzle

Cluedo murder mystery riddle - adaptation from Einstein's '5 houses' logic puzzle

**Mr Black has been found dead at Tudor Manor. ** You are the lead investigating detective. You have all six suspects brought to the main hall of the mansion, seated next to each other around a circular table. Every one of them has a motive to murder Mr Black, but only one committed the crime. Can you solve the case and bring the killer to justice? Who killed Mr Black? What weapon was used? Where was the weapon hidden? This activity is an adaptation of mine based off Einstein’s ‘five houses’ logic problem Students extract relevant information from text; create an appropriate data structure to record these facts; and use a process of elimination to solve the problem I have been using it with KS4/5 Computer Science classes to demonstrate computational thinking (abstraction and decomposition)
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