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Binary Tarsia Puzzle

Binary Tarsia Puzzle

This tarsia puzzle has binary to denary conversions, binary addition, units of measurement and questions to gauge the understanding of binary and denary.
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GCSE Computer Science Paper 1 Mock Exam

GCSE Computer Science Paper 1 Mock Exam

Made up a mock exam based on the new Computer Science curriculum and a combination of the exemplar papers which have been released. Perfect for homework/revision, or for editing and using as a mock exam/prelim exam practise.
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GCSE AND IGCSE COMPUTER SCIENCE REVISION MATERIALS

GCSE AND IGCSE COMPUTER SCIENCE REVISION MATERIALS

9 separate revision/question activities for students to prepare for final exam. These could also be easily changed and manipulated to use for homework. 1. Computational Thinking (Trace Tables and Errors) 2. Computational Thinking (2D arrays) 3. Databases 4. Computational Thinking (Practical Activity) 5. Binary 6. Sorting and Searching Functions 7. Computational Thinking (Functions and Procedures) 8. Computer Hardware 9. Computational Thinking (2D Arrays) *with required text file
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Data Representation - starter / plenary activity

Data Representation - starter / plenary activity

KS3 / GCSE Computer Science "Spot the mistakes" task for the topic Data Representation. Students must read a short piece of text and identify the mistakes. Handy to check understanding as a starter or plenary. Covers binary, hexadecimal, and text, image, and sound representation. One PowerPoint contains the three questions, each with the plain text, a slide highlighting the mistakes, and a slide showing the correct answers. This is useful for displaying on a projector. The second PowerPoint includes just the questions and is useful for students working independently with the resource on a VLE. Fully editable resource.
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Full Set GCSE Computing Revision Flash Cards! 30% OFF

Full Set GCSE Computing Revision Flash Cards! 30% OFF

GCSE Computing Revision Flash Cards for Students. This bundle has money off, as apposed to buying the Flashcards separately. £17 instead of over £24! 30% Off compared to if you bought them separately. Based off of the OCR Specification (9-1)
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OCR Computing GCSE (J275)-Revision Notes

OCR Computing GCSE (J275)-Revision Notes

These are my personal notes from the old GCSE spec which helped me get full UMS- still relevant and useful for the new spec and as a basic introduction to the A level. Covers all topics- Fundamentals of computer systems, standards, ethical issues, the CPU and FDE cycle, binary and logic, memory, storage technologies, operating systems, software procurement, representation of data, data validation, networks and their topologies, the Internet, programming languages, control flow.
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A* GCSE Computing Revision Notes

A* GCSE Computing Revision Notes

A comprehensive high level set of revision notes for GCSE computing. Includes: > Factors affecting computer performance, like clock speed, cores, cache > Memory - volatile, non-volatile, virtual, secondary, flash > Optical and magnetic media > SSDs > Data representation > Sound > Binary bitmap graphics > ASCII characters > Binary and Hexadecimal > Software development lifecycles > Types of testing > Computer networks > Client/server interactions > Web applications and external code > Databases > SQL > Laws
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Binary Addition. Two different methods to add binary numbers

Binary Addition. Two different methods to add binary numbers

GCSE Binary addition. This resource teaches how to add binary numbers using two different methods. Each method is described and a demonstration of how it is used to add binary numbers follows . This is followed by exercises to reinforce the learning. I have used it with my year 9 classes and it worked very well even for less able pupils.
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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.
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