TeachingComputing.com

TeachingComputing.com is comprised of a small team that creates creative resources by teachers, for teachers and students.

 

Our resources include power points on both beginner computing concepts (KS3 and GCSE) as well as more advanced topics that other providers in the market (boardworks) do not cover, including: Arrays, String Manipulation, Recursion, Binary trees, Floating Point Binary, Big O Notation, Time Complexity, Karnaugh Maps, Boolean Expressions and Boolean Algebra, Boolean Logic, RISC and CISC, Von Neumann Architecture, coding in PHP and SQL and more.

 

Computing4School (Blog and partner site) is FREE and dedicated to promoting computer science, programming and Internet based entrepreneurship.

 

Our sites contain useful resources that we hope will equip individuals or departments with the necessary engaging course materials to teach or deliver courses on computer science/programming & Enterprise. Schools (Primary and Secondary) looking to switch to a C.Science oriented syllabus, teachers, learners, course developers, industry, professional societies, university lecturers – there is something for everyone.

 

If you'd like to know more or have any questions/comments, we'd love to hear from you on teachingcomputingteam@gmail.com

 

The TeachingComputingTeam

 

Created by a small team of lead teachers who have tried and tested resources in the classroom. 100s of hours of work (largely powerpoints and solutions) that you could adapt for use in your teaching/learning. Save yourself both time and money! It doesn't get better than just £50 for all this!

 

Our sites contain useful resources that we hope will equip individuals or departments with the necessary engaging course materials to teach or deliver courses on computer science/programming & Enterprise. Schools (Primary and Secondary) looking to switch to a C.Science oriented syllabus, teachers, learners, course developers, industry, professional societies, university lecturers – there is something for everyone.

 

 

If you'd like to know more or have any questions/comments, we'd love to hear from you on teachingcomputingteam@gmail.com

 

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