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free resources to teach computer science in early 2016 the bbc in association with microsoft and its other partners will be sending free bbc micro:bit devices to all year 7 students or equivalent in the united kingdom as part of their ‘make it digital’ initiative the aim is to give all students at key stage 3 a simple device which enables them to use fundamental coding to build their digital skills a quickstart guide to the bbc micro:bit is available to download at www.hoddereducation.co.uk/media/documents/ict/microbit-quickstart-guide and if you just can’t wait for the device and want to try out some great coding activities with your students using the touch develop code editor take a look at www.microbit.co.uk computing at school educ at eengageencourage • • computing a cpd toolkit for secondary teachers your free cpd toolkit to teach the new computing curriculum f u nde d by • funded by the department for education and microsoft • free to

meet the demands of the new gcse and a-level specifications exam board approved textbooks skills and revision support innovative flexible and interactive digital resources and specialist-led cpd events will ensure you are supported in your teaching and assessment needs aqa edexcel ocr exam board approved student books – available in print and digital formats produced for the new 2015 a-level and 2016 gcse computer science specifications our student books help develop and assess key computing concepts test understanding and learning and build computational thinking skills • student books and etextbooks for a-level see page 16 for aqa see page 18 for ocr 6 • student books and etextbooks for gcse see page 8 for aqa see page 10 for edexcel see page 12 for

edexcel gcse computer science new specification steve cushing we are seeking endorsement from edexcel for the student’s book and student etextbook gc se ensure successful progress for your students through edexcel gcse computer science experienced author steve cushing provides insight and guidance to meet the demands of the new specification with challenging tasks and activities to test the computational thinking skills and knowledge required for completing the exams and the non-examined assessment • builds students’ knowledge and confidence through detailed topic coverage and explanation of key points to match important edexcel concepts • develops computational thinking skills with practice exercises and problem-solving tasks • instils a deeper understanding and awareness of computer science and its applications and implications in the wider world • helps monitor progression through gcse with regular assessment questions that can be further

gcse computer science final assessment june 2017 aqa gcse computer science steve cushing written by a subject expert and experienced author the student’s book provides unparalleled support for the course covering both the practical programming and computing fundamentals components gc se • provides strategies for you and your students in choosing appropriate programming languages to complete the practical elements of the course • covers the key aspects of designing a solution solution development programming techniques and testing and evaluation for controlled assessment tasks including a range of examples in different computer languages for each stage • supports your students in their understanding of the theoretical aspects of the course and developing the skills they are required to show in their exam dynamic learning resources and my revision notes have not been entered into the aqa approval process dynamic learning aqa gcse computer science teaching

ocr a level computer science george rouse jason pitt sean o’byrne develop confident students with our expert authors their insight and guidance will ensure a thorough understanding of ocr a level computer science with challenging tasks and activities to test essential analytical and problem-solving skills endorsed by ocr for use with the ocr as and a level computer science specification and written by a trusted and experienced author team ocr a level computer science • helps students understand the computing skills required by the course units with detailed topic coverage key point explanations illustrative case studies and regular questions to measure understanding a level • develops a problem-solving approach based on computational thinking required at both as and a level – thought-provoking practice questions at the end of each chapter give opportunities to probe more deeply into key topics the student’s book and student etextbook have been endorsed

ocr cambridge nationals sonia stuart and brian gillinder receive detailed guidance and support for all aspects of this course with our student’s book endorsed by ocr for use with the cambridge nationals in ict specification covering the mandatory units 1 and 2 the student’s book provides the essential knowledge your students require for success unit 1 understanding computer systems covers the use of applications and systems and includes case studies to demonstrate the ways in which applications and systems are used for different purposes and why unit 2 using ict to create business solutions discusses the principles of use of relevant software to meet specified business needs • provides clear guidance on what your students need to think about when applying their skills to solutions • includes practice questions and guidance to prepare your students for their examination • offers examples of best practice to ensure your students’ full understanding

ccea ict for gcse ccea ict for gcse 2nd edition siobhan matthewson margaret debbadi and gerry lynch written by highly experienced examiners and teachers this book covers all the units of the course and offers you and your students the support you need this second edition has been published to support ccea’s specification gc se • helps your students to understand the ‘use and impact of ict in their everyday lives’ through accessible language case studies and differentiated activities • includes exam support to help your students tackle the end-of-course assessments • provides advice on how to prepare for the controlled assessment tasks • includes access to free online student resources for each unit that will help develop competency and critical skills ccea ict for gcse 2nd edition e 240pp 9781444109603 £21.99 e also available as an ebook from selected online retailers – see inside back page for more details my revision notes ccea

ocr ict for as and a2 2nd editions glen millbery and sonia stuart written by experienced senior examiners and endorsed by ocr for use with the current ocr a level ict specification our new editions of ocr ict for as and a2 provide full guidance on both the theoretical and practical elements of the course • covers the theory in a clear and accessible manner and provides support on tackling the structured ict tasks and project • advice on examination technique and end-of-chapter questions to test their knowledge and understanding • summaries reiterating the main requirements for the course to aid with learning and revision dynamic learning prepare your students for their exams and beyond with this engaging resource from dynamic learning the online subscription service that makes teaching and learning easier • audio-visual exam-style question and answer analysis • interactive tests to determine their knowledge and understanding • case studies and

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