Introduction to Python – Posters

Since I’ve turned to the dark side, and been developing A-Level resources for Python, I thought I’d take a stab at putting some of the more important syntax into poster form so that I can distribute them around the classroom. So far there are four posters, I’ve got them in my RedBubble shop if you’d...
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The tl;dr Revision Guide: Computing F452

This week I’ve launched the first in a new line of revision guides. Here’s a little look at what’s inside and what it’s all about. tl;dr is internet-speak for too long, didn’t read… or possibly too lazy, didn’t revise. ×If you think you can summarise your exam content in 24 pages or less then get in...
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Programming Literacy Posters

I’ve been thinking of ways of supporting literacy in our department, more than that programming literacy. And there’s nothing out there to support it, not a bit. Now there is, I’ve knocked up some very nice posters to support students in understanding Common Programming Symbols, Programming Constructs and Data Types all fully accessible for GCSE and A...
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What does the Fox say? GCSE Computing assignment

I was struck with what I think is *hopefully* a little bit of inspiration earlier, whilst watching the video to current sensation ‘What does the Fox say‘ to work out what all the fuss was about I realised this might make an amusing programming assignment for GCSE computing. It’s taking a ‘same but different’ approach...
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