Do you want to create a slideshow using Fireworks CS4? Do you want to create a collage? Do you want a simple pop up menu? follow these easy to use tutorials with screenshots................ ..........
These 7 essays could be used a scheme of learning for KS3 or GCSE - i.e. writing simple and complex sentences in Punjabi. Excellent ideas on how to improve writing skills using topics like Relationships with family and friends, Leisure free time, life style, Holidays, Environment pollution, Current and Future jobs etc.
Instruction set with simple programs including adding, subtraction, multiplying, dividing, Fibonacci series, finding biggest of three numbers and finding mean
List of all the programming techniques required for GCSE and A Level Computing; what do the students need to learn or show as part of the evidence in controlled assessments or Computing courseworks
For understanding and implementation of algorithms related to Stacks, Queues and also Bubble sort, Insertion sort including Binary Search and Linear Search
Interesting questions with answers about CDs; can be used as a test or homework
This presentation covers 3 main domains from Blooms Taxonomy. Cognitive: mental skills (Knowledge) Affective: growth in feelings or emotional areas (Attitude) Psychomotor: manual or physical skills (Skills) This presentation covers 6 levels with clear examples which can be used by staff. Example- Level 1 Knowledge i.e. Exhibit memory of previously learned material by recalling facts, terms, basic concepts and answers Keywords- Choose, how, match, recall, select, spell, when, who, define, label, name, relate, show, tell, where, why, find, list, omit, what, which
This presentation can be used for internal CPD. This covers AfL using Google Classroom plus information about useful chrome extensions.
GCSE or A Level Programming project- which can be done at home. This project is aimed at people who are just starting to get in intermediate Python, and who have just realised things like OOP exist. If something you don’t understand isn’t explained with comments (the hashtagged lines) or docstrings (the triple-double quoted lines), then use the source of all knowledge: the Internet. You’ll find helpful tutorials that will explain exactly what that does, not just in Python but programming in general. When you’re done with those, come right back here!
A set of 50 exam style questions with answers covering everything you need to know about "Computer Systems architecture" topic; these questions can be used at KS3 at well;
A set of 60 exam style questions with answers covering everything you need to know about "Memory and Storage" topic; these questions can be used at KS3 as well;