iPad - Wallpapers with Rules & Numbers

iPad - Wallpapers with Rules & Numbers

iPad wallpapers with rules & numbers #1-40. Use the wallpaper space to display Apple iPad rules with these iPad wallpapers specially designed for the classroom. You can organize your iPad in a shared cart or 1 to 1 by matching the numbered background images with the students names. Included in this package is a guide for your students to follow to upload and set the background image independently! Since the backgrounds have 10 different colors, you can also use this for easy grouping. Hold students accountable for their iPad every time they sign in to their Apple iPad! **Note: This package is in a ZIP file. iPad Rules: • Do not share your username & password • Use with clean & dry hands • No food or drink nearby device • Hold bottom with two hands • Use only approved apps Includes: Images • 40 high quality png numbered backgrounds in 10 colors • 10 high quality png backgrounds without numbers PDF • A guide for the students to change the wallpaper themselves • A class list template for the teacher to fill out to correspond which student has which chromebook
rombop
What is a Algorithm

What is a Algorithm

An algorithm is an effective method that can be expressed within a finite amount of space and time and in a well-defined formal language for calculating a function. Starting from an initial state and initial input (perhaps empty)the instructions describe a computation that, when executed, proceeds through a finitenumber of well-defined successive states, eventually producing “output” and terminating at a final ending state. The transition from one state to the next is not necessarily deterministic; some algorithms, known as randomized algorithms, incorporate random input. The concept of algorithm has existed for centuries and the use of the concept can be ascribed to Greek mathematicians, e.g. the sieve of Eratosthenes and Euclid’s algorithm;the term algorithm itself derives from the 9th Century mathematician Muḥammad ibn Mūsā al’Khwārizmī, latinized ‘Algoritmi’. A partial formalization of what would become the modern notion of algorithm began with attempts to solve the Entscheidungsproblem (the “decision problem”) posed by David Hilbert in 1928. Subsequent formalizations were framed as attempts to define “effective calculability” or “effective method”; those formalizations included the Gödel–Herbrand–Kleene recursive functions of 1930, 1934 and 1935, Alonzo Church’s lambda calculus of 1936, Emil Post’s “Formulation 1” of 1936, and Alan Turing’s Turing machines of 1936–7 and 1939.
denizcanyergin1
Complete IGCSE ICT 0417 teaching and learning resources / Grade 9-10 / Year 10-11

Complete IGCSE ICT 0417 teaching and learning resources / Grade 9-10 / Year 10-11

Hi ICT teachers, I have created this resource bundle with teaching resources that will last for two academic years. You can view details of all of them individually. I am sure you will find these very useful not only for conducting ICT lessons, but also managing the ICT department in your school. NOTE: Please make sure to download this resource immediately upon payment. You can send me a private message or contact me on my site for any further FAQs.
zsirajdin
Ozobot March Maze

Ozobot March Maze

Ozobot Chase the Rainbow This Saint Patrick’s Day themed maze will allow students to think of how to program the Ozobot so it reaches each target and the end of the maze. Included: *One maze *Teacher tips
missotech3
Technology : Talent Postcards (rewards & achievement)

Technology : Talent Postcards (rewards & achievement)

Postcards are a simple but effective way to reward students for their hard work. ‘Technology Talent’ postcards have been created to award the most talented designers in the classroom! Send these to your most gifted students. Students who have the most creative ideas, students who are fantastically skilled in the workshop or just have a natural talent when using design programs. Technology Talent postcards are a great way to target any pupils that you think will succeed if they choose Technology at GCSE - we have sent some out to our already talented KS3 students. Promoting them on social media accounts will also build up hype and awareness with students. Print on A4 card, cut out, write the student name in the ‘well done’ bubble and you’re ready to go!
ShaniceWelsh
Crack the Binary Code – February Message (CS Unplugged)

Crack the Binary Code – February Message (CS Unplugged)

Teach your students how to encrypt and decrypt binary messages as well as understand binary code. This resource includes a hidden February themed message which students need to decrypt using the key (ASCII Table). Students are also given the option to write their own encrypted binary message. This is a perfect CS unplugged activity and can be used as an introduction to a lesson, for homework, for early finishers or even when you have no access to computers in the computer lab.
balsamgr8
Scratch Programming Coding Mazes: Coding Unplugged Activities

Scratch Programming Coding Mazes: Coding Unplugged Activities

Let your students become familiar with Scratch Programming before they even use the software. Students are given a maze with symbols on them. They have to choose the correct Scratch blocks to guide the cat sprite to the end of the maze. Each maze gets progressively harder.
balsamgr8
Crack the Binary Code – Seasonal Monthly Messages (Save £10)

Crack the Binary Code – Seasonal Monthly Messages (Save £10)

Teach your students how to encrypt and decrypt binary messages as well as understand binary code. This resource includes a hidden seasonal themed message for each month of the year which students need to decrypt using the key (ASCII Table). Students are also given the option to write their own encrypted binary message. This is a perfect CS unplugged activity and can be used as an introduction to a lesson, for homework, for early finishers or even when you have no access to computers in the computer lab. This is an ideal activity for the ISTE Standard of Computational Thinking/ Thanks to the following for all images: • A Sketchy Guy • www.edu-clips.com • https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Krista-Wallden-Creative-Clips • http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Monster-Wrangler-Mike • http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Artifex • http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Teachers-Clipart • “Template/Clipart courtesy of Activities by Jill @ http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Activities-By-Jill • Watson Works: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Watson-Works • www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Classroom-Doodle-Diva • Teachers Scrap Book: • http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Teacherscrapbook • http://www.teachersnotebook.com/shop/TeacherScrapbook/products • REVIDEVI - http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Revidevi) • Chirp Graphics: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/store/chirp-graphics • Whimsy Clips: www.whimsyclips.com
balsamgr8
Excel Spreadsheets Valentines Day Mystery Pictures Fill Color - Computer Lab

Excel Spreadsheets Valentines Day Mystery Pictures Fill Color - Computer Lab

Students will need to use the “FILL TOOL” to color certain cells in the spreadsheet to reveal a hidden Valentines Day picture. This resource is for both students beginning to learn Microsoft Excel and for experienced users. This resource includes 6 excel files – hidden mystery pictures with instructions on how the image can be revealed.
balsamgr8
Excel Spreadsheets Seasonal Mystery Pictures Fill Color Bundle - Computer Lab

Excel Spreadsheets Seasonal Mystery Pictures Fill Color Bundle - Computer Lab

Save £21 by purchasing this bundle Students will need to use the “FILL TOOL” to color certain cells in the spreadsheet to reveal a hidden seasonal picture. This resource is for both students beginning to learn Microsoft Excel and for experienced users. This resource includes 34 hidden mystery pictures (excel files) – with instructions on how the image can be revealed. This bundle contains the following hidden pictures: • 4 Presidents Day Mystery Pictures • 6 St. Patricks Day Mystery Pictures • 6 Valentine’s Day Mystery Pictures • 6 Halloween Mystery Pictures • 12 Christmas Mystery Pictures • 6 Easter Mystery Pictures Answer Key included
balsamgr8
Python Programming–Jumbled Code Task Cards (Beginner) Coding Unplugged Activity

Python Programming–Jumbled Code Task Cards (Beginner) Coding Unplugged Activity

This resource is a brilliant way to get students to begin coding in Python! A set of 12 different Jumbled Code Python Task Cards which can be cut out, laminated and distributed to students. Instructions: Students need to look at the code and read the English statements (pseudo code) in order to put the jumbled python code in the correct order. These have been brilliant in my classroom and I have used them for starter and review activities. I have even used these as an introduction to coding in Python. These task cards also test students understanding of the following programming concepts: 1) syntax errors 2) logical errors 3) variables 4) print() function 5) input() function 6) int() function 6) if statements 7) while loops 8) lists 9) sorting & reverse sorting data in lists. Each task card also allows you to question students further on their knowledge of Python i.e: • “why was the data type string and not integer?” • “what is the difference between the input() and print() functions?” • “why did we need to use the int() function?E • Etc… Python software can be downloaded for free from: https://www.python.org/downloads/ There are also many online platforms in which Python can be used such as codeacademy.com
balsamgr8
10 Tips for using iPad in the classroom

10 Tips for using iPad in the classroom

This video suggests ideas for iPad use in a school. From EAL and SEND support to lesson ideas, this video will stir up your creativity and inform planning. If you find it helpful please share with others.
osiejiofor316
Computing Conference! 24th February 2018 with Ofsted! For anyone who teaches computing!

Computing Conference! 24th February 2018 with Ofsted! For anyone who teaches computing!

We are running our annual teachers' conference on the 24th February 2018. THIS IS THE FLYER. You need to book a place for £35 on eventbrite!!! The flyer gives you the link! John Nixon, Computing Lead at Ofsted is providing our keynote. This is the only conference he is scheduled to present at this year!! At the conference, you can create your own day of CPD. For beginners, intermediates and more experienced teachers of computing. For primary and secondary teachers, trainees as well as in-service and out of school educators. SEND workshops, A level workshops - all you can think of. We are even making a swarm of fireflies out of 200 micro bits and have drones too! 9:10 registration, 9:45 Ofsted Keynote, 10:20 1st workshop, 4:15 finishes Gladesmore Community School, South Tottenham, N15 6BF (Victoria line) Just £35 to cover lunch/admin Select from 30 HANDS-ON workshops Unplugged, Scratch, Minecraft, Python, HTML, C#, MicroBit and more Sessions include: Advanced Python - Sue Sentance, Stride - Michael Kölling, Machine Learning - Paul Curzon, Primary Assessment - Phil Bagge, Minecraft - Simon Johnson (CLCSimon), NEWLY ADDED Secondary - Craig ‘n’ Dave Sign up here https://tinyurl.com/CASLondon-Conf-2018 #casconf2018 CAS London​ coordinates Computing At School activities in London. CAS London is run by King’s College London and Queen Mary University of London. http://www.computingatschool.org.uk/crcs/london @cas_london_crc email caslondon@computingatschool.org.uk
jlisaw8
Minecraft Pi Programming

Minecraft Pi Programming

A mixture of tasks and content linked to programming using raspberry PI, Python and Minecraft. I found this unit to be really useful and students got a lot out of it.
NextStepComputing
Digital Skills

Digital Skills

A collection of digital skills progression documents and lessons. Learn unplugged coding, blogging and iMovie skills.
ferrycaptain
Algorithm sequence activity (cut out and order, add flowlines)

Algorithm sequence activity (cut out and order, add flowlines)

Can be used with any year group. Cut out and sort the algorithm, adding in flowlines. Note: Some children may put 'turn on tap' before 'put bottle under tap', this creates an interesting discussion point, as both algorithms achieve the goal. However, water is not wasted if the bottle is put under the tap before turning it on (Although there will be some clever child who states the tap must run cold first before putting the bottle under!). Extensions: Get the children to add in their own 'selection' (conditional operators; if, then, else) or decision diamond, e.g. is the bottle full? Yes - turn tap off, no - leave tap on. This activity is referred to in my online CPD videos: Delve in, for twelve min! See the video attached... For more info and to book me for training, please visit www.rundontwalk.co.uk
PhilWickins
Coding Activities for Beginners (STEM & Digital Technologies)

Coding Activities for Beginners (STEM & Digital Technologies)

You are purchasing 10 independent tasks for students in grades 2 - 4 which focus on the following elements. - Codes & Cyphers - Understanding Binary - Direction / Navigation - Algorithms - Logic - Technology language and terminology - Computational Thinking - Problem Solving - Critical Thinking These tasks will go a long way in teaching students the key elements of STEM & Digital Technologies.
Innovativeteachingideas
KS3 Computational Thinking Bundle

KS3 Computational Thinking Bundle

This bundle combines all my KS3 focused computational thinking resource. This bundle includes the following resources: 1. Computational thinking for KS3 2. Computational thinking problem solving 3. Application of computational thinking - create an interactive story 4. Computational thinking classroom ideas posters
RobbotResources
Follow me!  Chamak dances, Scratch 38 slide activity for primary

Follow me! Chamak dances, Scratch 38 slide activity for primary

Part of the follow me range, designed for younger learners, non-readers, or EAL pupils. The learners are able to follow the circles on a slide show to code a lady dancing to a guitar. Skills built in this: adding stage adding and editing sprites changing costumes adding music changing beats to suit using a forever loop using delays There are two certificates to be gained in this very engaging lesson(s) This resource could be used by an independent learner, or by a teacher going through the slide in turn. It's real strength though is with non specialists, helping those who are unable, or unwilling to read. The lesson is very visual, and the audio also makes it engaging.
hoof_hearted
Follow me!  Scratch crazy monsters for EAL or very low ability

Follow me! Scratch crazy monsters for EAL or very low ability

I have created this resource to take the child through adding a sprite, a stage, colour change, music loops, speech, and movement. The theme is crazy monsters, as they are in the disco, you will see the delight when they can have a highly interactive monster change colour and play music loops. There is very little text on the screen, designed for the very young, or those who have English as a second language. They just follow the circles on each slide to add to the coding. There are 36 slides, with a certificate for the basics, then extension work for faster learners. You won't be sorry you bought this idea and activity as you see their engagement and delight.
hoof_hearted
CAMPING THEMED REASONS TO READ POSTERS ND ACTIVITIES - READING RESOURCES DISPLAY

CAMPING THEMED REASONS TO READ POSTERS ND ACTIVITIES - READING RESOURCES DISPLAY

READING RESOURCES REASONS TO READ DISPLAY ON CD PLEASE NOTE BEFORE PURCHASE: You are buying these resources on CD for you to print, no pre-printed resources are included. CD’s are plain, in white sleeves, without a logo or box. Advertisement pictures show the resources on CD not a box. Files are in PDF or PPT to use in your PC. It is not an audio CD nor will it play in your DVD player. Hi-spec CD’s must be used in your computer black side down. Multiple items will be shipped on one CD unless you contact us immediately after payment- we cannot ship a second time. Copyright – all resources are copyright protected and must only be used by yourself. You cannot share, alter, copy or resell them. Need resources in a hurry? Let us know and we will send them to you electronically the same day. Please contact us before leaving feedback – we have excellent customer service and will resolve any concerns quickly. Resources included are as follows: A great set of resources ready to be printed and displayed. Excellent for use in a reading or literacy area within your classroom or around the school. 60 A4 posters each showing a reason to read. You can use some of them or all of them, depending on the size of your display. Reading log to complete for pupils as they read in class or otherwise. General reading associated tasks – such as drawing the book cover, writing a review, recount, setting, plot etc. Booklet cover for project work etc. Writing and drawing frames for pupils work, in A4 size. A4 FIRE patterned lettering A – Z so you can spell any title you want. Long banner to head wall display.
hayleyhill
ICT progression planners for CfE Benchmarks

ICT progression planners for CfE Benchmarks

CfE Early, First and Second level ICT planners that tie in with the benchmarks. They provide potential learning outcomes and some direction of what you could teach in each section of ICT. Some of the wording is based on South Lanarkshire Council systems but could easily be adapted for any authority. These are only suggested outcomes for each year and are fairly ambitious at points (but possible!). They follow DCS progression but are listed as 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 etc. These are my own development and are not authority endorsed planners! Hopefully they can be of use. Some basic wording sourced from Dundee planners.
colinfrench
iPad Management Tool Kit  ::  iPad Stations  ::  Technology Management

iPad Management Tool Kit :: iPad Stations :: Technology Management

iPad Management :: iPad Stations :: Technology Management :: EDITABLE A simple, cute and effective way to add organization to your iPad Station in the classroom. This iPad Management Tool Kit comes with several ideas on how to run stations in the classroom, an iPad contract and checklist for students. This Tool Kit was created in Power Point for your ease of use. All you need to do is pick the icons you want and type the names of your kids into the textboxes. This is a very versatile unit that allows you to use the icons in the way that will best suite your classroom management. This Tool Kit are designed in a Mix & Match format. You are able to pick the icons that you want, depending on the needs and the abilities of your students. There are so many different possibilities for using this Tool Kit. :: Included in this Tool Kit :: Ideas for managing stations Student Checklist (Editable) Student Contract (Editable) Binder Cover for keeping all your Checklists and Contracts in. (Editable) iPad Rules Poster (Non-Editable) iPad Icons…Small, Medium and Large (Editable) iPad long tags (Editable) If there is any change or change that you need for this unit, please do not hesitate to contact me, at metimeabc123@shaw.ca and I will make it happen.
lmilonas
Scratch Wall Display

Scratch Wall Display

A Powerpoint containing a number of slides containing images of Scratch like blocks with text that can be edited to suit the the topic and year group. The blocks can be 'connected' together to make a unique display (see picture).
forestpingu
50 x ICT Computing Colouring Sheets Keyword Starter Settler Programming IT End of Term Fun Activity

50 x ICT Computing Colouring Sheets Keyword Starter Settler Programming IT End of Term Fun Activity

50 x Copyright-free ICT colouring sheets on the theme of ‘ICT/Computing’. Powerpoint so can be used on the board or printed as colouring sheets. Includes suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect!
mikedean