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Assessment, Computer Science, using GCSE Grades - adjusted Progression Pathways

Assessment, Computer Science, using GCSE Grades - adjusted Progression Pathways

CAS Progression Pathways (original source: https://community.computingatschool.org.uk/resources/1692 ) I use CAS Progression Pathways to asses my pupils and due to changes in area of assessing pupils progress without levels, I had to adjust this to fit our school policy. We use GCSE Grading system joined with progress within a grade. Progressing, Grade 1.....Grade 9 B - Beginning E - Emerging D - Developing S - Secure M - Mastered Example Students can achieve 1e (Grade 1 - emerging). I am using separate grades tabs to record pupils work (tab P, 1, 2, 3,..) but entering the information into the cells in these worksheets will automatically fill the Progress worksheet where you can see the overall progress for each student. If you are doing your work based on topics (Algorithms, Programming and Development,...), you also can see pupils progressing in separate areas of the curriculum. All this is automated and you have to enter the grade only once into Grades tab.
petch1
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ozmatts12
Instant Year 9 Revision and Assessment Questions

Instant Year 9 Revision and Assessment Questions

This assessment and revision resource is suitable for teachers who wish to extend their students knowledge of core concepts in ICT as it contains sixty (60) objective questions and five (5) theory questions for students and even teachers to brainstorm. Feel free to edit the content when necessary to suit your learners.
ozmatts12
Computing Theory: Binary Representation of Sound lesson

Computing Theory: Binary Representation of Sound lesson

Overview: In this lesson, students explore how sound is represented in a computer system. Learning Objectives: • Explain how sound can be sampled and stored in digital form • Explain how sampling intervals and other considerations affect the size of a sound file and the quality of its playback
Wolves_CLC
Computing Theory: Binary Addition

Computing Theory: Binary Addition

Overview: In this lesson, students will learn how to add two 8‐bit binary integers and explain overflow errors which may occur. Learning Objectives: • add two 8‐bit binary integers and explain overflow errors which may occur
Wolves_CLC
Computing Theory: Binary Representation of Images

Computing Theory: Binary Representation of Images

Overview: In this lesson, students learn how a computer represents an image using binary. Learning Objectives: • Explain the representation of an image as a series of pixels represented in binary • Explain the need for metadata to be included in the file such as height, width and colour depth • Discuss the effect of colour depth and resolution on the size of an image file
Wolves_CLC
Year 7  How Computers Work Unit (6 Lessons)

Year 7 How Computers Work Unit (6 Lessons)

An introductory unit aimed at teaching year 7 "How computers work". There are 6 lessons included in this resource, all with LOS and SCs. Some of the lessons have extra files included linking to activities, others have activity suggestions included. All resources are fully editable so that further activity or information can be included as desired. Lesson Titles: Lesson 1 - Hardware (Input / Process / Output) Lesson 2 - Hardware (Internal Components) Lesson 3 - Internal Components Presentation Lesson 4 - Binary Numbers Lesson 5 - Registers Lesson 6 - Networks
BitsOfBytes
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.
chris_vidal
ASCII Code game for learning binary/decimal conversion in Excel Spreadsheet

ASCII Code game for learning binary/decimal conversion in Excel Spreadsheet

Make learning about Decimal to Binary and the ASCII code fun with this spreadsheet activity (please note all formulae included in file) Help Video included Convert Decimal to Binary Convert Binary to Decimal See how your name is written in Binary from the ASCII Code file Fun for all ages when you want to teach Binary Convert Using the ASCII Code (provided for characters needed in spreadsheet) Just add to your lesson plan! PLEASE: Don't forget to give a great review! Every 5 star reviewer can claim a free classroom poster on the subject - just email if you feel it needs changing! [][][][][][][][][][][][][][][] Go to my shop on TES resources Many more on the same subject and others Press HERE for more Resources [][][][][][][][][][][][][][][]
VirtuallyQatarted
30 Starters to Engage Learners in Computing

30 Starters to Engage Learners in Computing

A high quality resource designed to engage learners form the moment they enter your room. Includes active learning, computational thinking tasks and engaging whole class games. Produced using the new GCSE Computing spec for a number of exam boards. The resource covers almost all key areas of the spec. The resource is ready to use and has been designed to be easily edited - saving you time! The activities can also be used as review or mid point assessments.
Lexcel