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I am a versatile professional with a diverse skill set and a strong background in education and technology. As an accomplished Author, Teacher Trainer, Examiner, and certified Apple Teacher and VEX Robotics. I have honed my expertise in Computer Science and Mathematics education. Additionally, I hold the role of Curriculum Development Specialist, focusing on Computer Science, Engineering, and Microsoft Office. I am passionate about creating educational resources and assisting fellow educators.

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I am a versatile professional with a diverse skill set and a strong background in education and technology. As an accomplished Author, Teacher Trainer, Examiner, and certified Apple Teacher and VEX Robotics. I have honed my expertise in Computer Science and Mathematics education. Additionally, I hold the role of Curriculum Development Specialist, focusing on Computer Science, Engineering, and Microsoft Office. I am passionate about creating educational resources and assisting fellow educators.
Binary and Hexadecimal numbers Exam for Year 9 and 10 with answer
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Binary and Hexadecimal numbers Exam for Year 9 and 10 with answer

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Binary and Hexadecimal numbers Exam for Year 9 and 10 with answer: You have three different set exams included in this assessment Please make sure you inform your students to revise the following topics: Convert Decimal number to binary Convert Binary to Decimal number Convert Decimal number to Hexadecimal Convert Hexadecimal to Decimal Convert Binary to Hexadecimal Convert Hexadecimal to Binary Add and subtract hexadecimal
IGCSE CS 0478 Paper 1 and 2 Revision Exams (2024) nearly 300 Questions and Answers
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IGCSE CS 0478 Paper 1 and 2 Revision Exams (2024) nearly 300 Questions and Answers

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Dear colleagues, Welcome to the comprehensive resource hub for Cambridge IGCSE Computer Science (0478) students preparing for their Paper 1 and Paper 2 exams in 2024. I understand the importance of effective exam preparation for your students , and I am here to provide you with valuable materials to help you excel in your students IGCSE Computer Science exams with nearly 300 questions and Answers. What’s Included: IGCSE CS 0478 Paper 1 and 2 Revision Exams (2024): nearly 500 questions and Answer from chapter 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8 These carefully curated revision exams are designed to simulate the actual IGCSE Computer Science Paper 1 and Paper 2 exams for 2024. They include a wide range of questions covering key topics and concepts outlined in the syllabus, ensuring that you are well-prepared for the real assessment. 2. Bonus Past Exams Data Analysis for Paper 1 (2023): In addition to the 2024 revision exams, I am delighted to provide you with a bonus: a detailed data analysis of the IGCSE Computer Science Paper 1 from 2023 exams. This insightful analysis will help your students understand the trends in previous exams, identify common question types, and refine your students exam-taking strategies. It’s an invaluable tool for enhancing your students performance in the upcoming Paper 1and 2 exam. How to Make the Most of These Resources: Make sure your students start theirs revision early to ensure a thorough understanding of the topics. Use all past exams revision as practice papers to test students knowledge and time management skills. Dive into the bonus data analysis to gain insights into the Paper 1 exam trends. Collaborate with your students and make them work in peers to discuss challenging concepts and problem-solving strategies. Make sure to ask your students to stay organized, create a study schedule, and to stay consistent in theirs efforts. I hope that these resources will empower your students success in the IGCSE Computer Science exams. Remember that to advice your students that consistent practice and a deep understanding of the subject matter are key to achieving excellent results. Best of luck to prepare your students for the IGCSE exams! Sincerely, Noureddine Tadjerout
Computer Science Year 11 - Student Project - Pre-Release Material for Paper 2
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Computer Science Year 11 - Student Project - Pre-Release Material for Paper 2

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For all Teacher attached a student project for you attention: Please before you solve any pre-release material for students. It is better to let them try to solve it first. please give this project to your student for a period of a month therefore you can measure students progress and attainment. IGCSE Pre- release material for Computer Science paper 2 - Student Project Attached the Pre-release material for paper 2 exams , Please ask the students to open the PDF and watch the video and it will give students a starting point how to solve task 1/2/3 for this year exam. Thank you But before that. student should start attempting pre-release paper 2 for last year May/June 2021, Please ask the student to go straight to slide 11 and do the last year exam paper 2 May/June 2021 , Students will find the questions/answers and the python programming code for task 1 / 2 and 3 . I included python programming code for last year paper 2 exams for task 1/2/3 . Please make sure students practice using last year exam paper 2 before they start solving this year paper 2 . Thank you Ask the students to solve and provide the following three tasks for this year exam: pseudo code and python programming for Task 1 pseudo code and python programming for Task 2 pseudo code and python programming for Task 3
Computer Science for Year 10 and 11- Ethics
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Computer Science for Year 10 and 11- Ethics

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Show understanding of computer ethics, including copyright issues and plagiarism Distinguish between free software, freeware and shareware Show understanding of the ethical issues raised by the spread of electronic communication and computer systems, including hacking, cracking and production of malware
IGCSE CS Y10/11- Chapter 3 - Hardware and Chapter 7 - Algorithm design and problem-solving
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IGCSE CS Y10/11- Chapter 3 - Hardware and Chapter 7 - Algorithm design and problem-solving

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**Paper 1- Chapter 3: Hardware ** **3.1 Computer architecture ** 1- (a): Understand the role of the central processing unit (CPU) in a computer. (b): Understand what is meant by a microprocessor. 2- (a): Understand the purpose of the components in a CPU, in a computer that has a Von Neumann architecture. (b): Describe the process of the fetch–decode–execute cycle including the role of each component in the process. **Paper 2 - Chapter 7: Algorithm design and problem-solving ** **7.4 Algorithm design and problem-solving ** 4 - Understand standard methods of solution. • linear search • bubble sort
Brief History of Artificial Intelligence
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Brief History of Artificial Intelligence

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The opening of Amazon Go has flooded the Moments. Customers will shop o n Amazon Go after downloading the Amazon Go App and connecting the ir debit card with the app . During shopping , a product will be shown on the Amazon Go App if chosen from the shelf, and will automatically be canceled if put back on the shelf. When you have selected your items and are ready to leave, the payment of the order will be automatically completed in the app . With benefits brought by the new science and technology of artificial intelligence, users’ behaviors can be accurately identified by a large number of cameras or even microphones, which is a great step for us to enter an intelligent life. Have you though t about the concepts and principles implied in artificial intelligence technology while you are expressing the great convenience that Amazon Go brings to life?
HTML for Beginner
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HTML for Beginner

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This HTML Beginner’s Guide assumes that you have no previous knowledge of HTML. It should be quite easy to follow if you work through each step, which are all brought together at the end of this lesson.
AS/A level - Computer Science  -Chapter 9 - Algorithm design and problem-solving
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AS/A level - Computer Science -Chapter 9 - Algorithm design and problem-solving

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9.1 Computational Thinking Skills: Show an understanding of abstraction Need for and benefits of using abstraction Describe the purpose of abstraction Produce an abstract model of a system by only including essential details Describe and use decomposition Break down problems into sub-problems leading to the concept of a program module (procedure / function) 9.2 Algorithms: Show understanding that an algorithm is a solution to a problem expressed as a sequence of defined steps. Use suitable identifier names for the representation of data used by a problem and represent these using an identifier table Write pseudocode that contains input, process and output Write pseudocode using the three basic constructs of sequence, selection and iteration (repetition) Document a simple algorithm using pseudocode Write pseudocode from: a structured English description a flowchart Describe and use the process of stepwise refinement to express an algorithm to a level of detail from which the task may be programmed Use logic statements to define parts of an algorithm solution
Computer Science  for Year 10 and 11 - Data Representation
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Computer Science for Year 10 and 11 - Data Representation

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***Data representation: ** 1.1.1 Binary systems •• recognise the use of binary numbers in computer systems •• convert positive denary integers into binary and positive binary integers into denary (a maximum of 16 bits will be used) •• show understanding of the concept of a byte and how the byte is used to measure memory size •• use binary in computer registers for a given application (such as in robotics, digital instruments and counting systems) 1.1.2 Hexadecimal •• represent positive numbers in hexadecimal notation •• show understanding of the reasons for choosing hexadecimal notation to represent numbers •• convert positive hexadecimal integers to and from denary (a maximum of four hexadecimal digits will be required) •• convert positive hexadecimal integers to and from binary (a maximum of 16 bit binary numbers will be required) •• represent numbers stored in registers and main memory as hexadecimal •• identify current uses of hexadecimal numbers in computing, such as defining colours in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), Media Access Control (MAC) addresses, assembly languages and machine code, debugging 1.1.3 Data storage •• show understanding that sound (music), pictures, video, text and numbers are stored in different formats •• identify and describe methods of error detection and correction, such as parity checks, check digits, checksums and Automatic Repeat reQuests (ARQ) •• show understanding of the concept of Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) files, JPEG files, MP3 and MP4 files •• show understanding of the principles of data compression (lossless and lossy) applied to music/video, photos and text files
ICT -YEAR 9- END OF YEAR EXAMINATION and EoY Revision ( MS Word/PowerPoint/Excel/Database
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ICT -YEAR 9- END OF YEAR EXAMINATION and EoY Revision ( MS Word/PowerPoint/Excel/Database

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ICT -YEAR 9- END OF YEAR EXAMINATION and EoY Revision ( MS Word/PowerPoint/Excel/Database IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS:  This Exam consists of four parts.  You must attempt all questions in the exam. – You have to prepare a word processing file using MS Office Word. – You have to prepare a presentation file using MS Office PowerPoint. – You have to prepare a presentation file using MS Office Excel – You have to prepare a presentation file using MS Office Access