Computer Science and ICT Projects for Homework / Independent Learning
Engage and reward your pupils.
This resources is aimed at your KS3 pupils studying computer science or ICT. Pupils enjoy completing small projects that earn them recognition and praise and these are embedded into the activities they will complete.
The resource allows for your pupils to make choices about which activity they wish to complete.
Independent learning and research are encouraged and all tasks can be completed at home as a project or homework, or at school as independent classroom learning activities.
The activities are varied and will appeal to a wide variety of interests that will appeal to students.
Activities will reduce teacher workload, by encouraging independent learning.
Pupils will be excited and curious as they engage in activities that interest them.
Many resources that are available do not include a ‘gameification’ element to encourage learning. This activity booklet allows the teacher to easily award a number of reward stamps for each activity, including:
You may wish these rewards to be collated and summed in the included spreadsheet to keep running totals and encourage competition and progress.
The resource contains:
- an editable activity booklet
- a certificate that can be adapted and printed for each activity your pupils complete.
- A spreadsheet to record pupils progress and rewards.
This comprehensive resource will teach and encourage students the following:
- independent research into computing and ICT topics
- to use a variety of ICT resources to show their work
- to use their imagination to show their work in ways they are comfortable with, including non-ICT method (models, art drawings, paintings etc).
Just downloaded this resource and it looks great. Great research questions and easily adaptable for individual schools. I would have loved it to include some source material, but overall I'm really pleased with it and can't wait for my students to start on this. Thank you :)
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