A resource to help teach unit 1.4.3 Boolean Algebra for the A-Level OCR Computer Science course. It covers Boolean algebra, logic gates, Karnaugh Maps, half adders and full adders. Also covers D-Type Flip-Flops
A set of PowerPoint presentations and a knowledge organiser that covers the following units from the Cambridge International A-Level Computer Science: 3.1.1 Data Types 3.1.2 File Organisation & Access 3.1.3 Real numbers and normalised floating-point representation
A se t of Powerpoint presentations and a workbook for delivering Cambridge International A-Level Unit 3.1 Communication and Internet technologies Resource Pack
A series of slides covering the background teaching requirements for 1.2.2. Video links are via icons rather than embedded as some networks don't allow embedded video to run. It covers the following: a) The nature of applications, justifying suitable applications for a specific purpose b) Utilities c) Open source vs Closed source d) Translators: Interpreters, compilers and assemblers e) Stages of compilation (Lexical Analysis, Syntax Analysis, Code Generation and Optimisation) f) Linkers and loaders and use of libraries
A set of presentations covering all of the Unit 1 content for the OCR A-Level Computer Science, syllabus H446. There are 17 presentations in total. They cover all of the main elements but will still require some input from the class teacher.
A series of lessons building on the introduction to coding and robotics using the mBlock language and mBot robots. There is a pdf reference, a teacher presentation and a class presentation.
A set of workbooks for OCR Computer Science 9-1. The workbooks cover units 1.1 to 1.8 and can be used by students to fill in and keep as a record of what the units expect them to know. They are blank versions with some information filled in.
A presentation and word document that can be used to introduce students to block-based coding using micro:bits and the makecode website. The word document is a series of tables where students can add screenshots and explain their code. It would work well in OneNote.
A collection of resources that can be used to help students learn Python remotely. The resources are 2 Word documents and 2 PowerPoint presentations that support these.
A presentation and word document that will help you deliver a unit of work on Robotics using the Kitronik :MOVE Motor and MakeCode.org website. The presentation takes you through the basics of using the device including lights, sounds, motors and sensors. The word document is a series of tables that students can use to add screenshots and explain what their code shows. This would work better of copied and pasted into OneNote pages as the canvas is much larger in OneNote than Word.
A series of lessons introducing coding and robotics using the mBlock language and mBot robots. There is a pdf worksheet, a teacher presentation and a class presentation.