This is a first draft of a brand new levelling poster and system that combines the new national Computing curriculum model for KS3 and KS4 with our schools change to GCSE grades instead of levels (here, an H corresponds to level 2, G to 3, etc.). I am hoping that you either steal it and do what you want with it, or help with some constructive criticism on the level descriptors, these have been created based on both the curriculum and different Bloom’s levels to develop the students as learners as well as great Computer Science practitioners. Continue reading “Computing Levels Giant Poster”
We’ve completed our transition to a fully fledged Computer Science department at my school, as part of this we took rebranding seriously and as we’ve created some really outstanding department brand identity. I felt that it was the right time to share this with other people planning on a rebrand of their ICT departments for the brave new world of Computer Science.
I’m excited by Computer Science; that was what I studied for my degree, but most people don’t understand the difference. The rebrand really had the effect of people asking us, genuinely, “What’s the difference between this and ICT?” which is a really powerful buy-in from students, colleagues and parents.
The following two images are high-resolution enough to be useful for anyone, and you can feel free to use them and abuse them as you like – I’m putting them under a CC licence. I’ll track down the original illustrator design files later and update this post with them but please feel free to use them wherever and however you like under the Creative Commons Share-alike license. Click them to download the full resolution images.
And there’s even a cracking icon for you to use! Great for VLEs, email signatures or letterheads.
Computer Science Logos by www.lessonhacker.com is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Based on a work at www.lessonhacker.com.
If you remix them or change them please remember to share your changes, and again, feel free to use them as much as you want!