Build student confidence and ensure successful progress through GCSE Computer Science. Our expert authors provide insight and guidance to meet the demands of the new OCR specification, with challenging tasks and activities to test the computational skills and knowledge required for success in their exams, and advice for successful completion of the non-examined assessment. - Builds students' knowledge and confidence through detailed topic coverage and explanation of key terms - Develops computational thinking skills with practice exercises and problem-solving tasks - Ensures progression through GCSE with regular assessment questions, that can be developed with supporting Dynamic Learning digital resources - Instils a deeper understanding and awareness of computer science, and its applications and implications in the wider world
A new series of bespoke, full-coverage resources developed for the 2016 GCSE Computer Science qualifications. Written for the OCR GCSE Computer Science specification for first teaching from 2016, this print Student Book uses an exciting and engaging approach to help students build their knowledge and master underlying computing principles and concepts. Designed to develop computational thinking, programming and problem-solving skills, this resource includes challenges that build on learning objectives, and real-life examples that demonstrate how computer science relates to everyday life. Remember features act as revision references for students and key mathematical skills relevant to computer science are highlighted throughout. A digital Cambridge Elevate-enhanced Edition and a free digital Teacher's Resource are also available.
The aim of this book is to provide an accessible text for students, covering each of the elements in the OCR GCSE (9-1) Computer Science specification J276. It will be invaluable both as a course text and in revision for students nearing the end of the course. It is divided into eight sections, each broken down into manageable chapters of roughly one lesson. Sections 5 and 6 of the textbook cover algorithms and programming concepts with a theoretical approach to provide students with experience of writing, tracing and debugging pseudocode solutions without the aid of a computer. These sections would complement practical programming experience. Each of the eight sections cover one of the major topics in this course, and each subtopic contains sample examination questions from past papers, which can be set as homework.
Unlock your full potential with this revision guide which focuses on the key content and skills you need to know. With My Revision Notes for OCR Computing for GCSE, which perfectly matches the theory units of the specification, you can: Take control of your revision: plan and focus on the areas you need to revise, with advice, summaries and notes from authors Sean O'Byrne and George Rouse Show you fully understand key topics, by using specific case studies to add depth to your knowledge of computing issues and processes Apply computing terms accurately with the help of definitions and key words on all topics Improve your skills to tackle specific exam questions with the help of self-testing and exam-style questions and answers Get exam-ready with last-minute quick quizzes at www.hodderplus.co.uk/myrevisionnotes
A new series of bespoke, full-coverage resources developed for the 2015 GCSE Mathematics qualifications. Endorsed for the OCR J560 GCSE Mathematics Higher tier specification for first teaching from 2015, this Student Book provides full coverage of the new GCSE Mathematics qualification. With a strong focus on developing problem-solving skills, reasoning and fluency, it helps students understand concepts, apply techniques, solve problems, reason, interpret and communicate mathematically. Written by experienced teachers, it also includes a solid breadth and depth of quality questions set in a variety of contexts. GCSE Mathematics Online - an enhanced digital resource incorporating progression tracking - is also available, as well as Problem-solving Books, Homework Books and a free Teacher's Resource.
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OCR Computing for GCSE adopts an approach that provides comprehensive coverage of the specification, providing a cohesive and fully contextualised guide through the key content and skills demanded by all aspects of the course - Develops students understanding of the theoretical aspects of the course and the skills they need to display in the exam - Provides strategies for teachers and students for tackling the practical elements of the course - Covers the key aspects of planning, developing, testing, and re-evaluating and modifying solutions for the practial investigation - Supports students as they develop the skills to demonstrate programming techniques including designing a coded solution to a problem, creating a coded solution and testing a solution
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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 Computer Science for A Level: - Builds students' understanding of the core topics and computing skills required by the course units - Computing Systems, Algorithms and Problem Solving, and Programming Project - with detailed topic coverage, case studies and regular questions to measure understanding - 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 gives opportunities to probe more deeply into key topics - Incorporates full coverage of the skills and knowledge demanded by the examined units, with exercises to help students understand the assessment objectives and advice and examples to support them through the practical element of the course.
This textbook provides comprehensive yet concise coverage of all the topics covered in Unit A451: Computer Systems and Programming of the OCR GCSE Computing Specification J275, written and presented in a way that is accessible to teenagers. It will be invaluable both as a course text and as a revision guide for students nearing the end of their course. It is divided into seven chapters corresponding to the seven sections of the specification, each ending with a "Glossary of terms" and exam questions from past OCR GCSE papers.
Compute-IT will help you deliver innovative lessons for the new Key Stage 3 Computing curriculum with confidence, using resources and meaningful assessment produced by expert educators. With Compute-IT you will be able to assess and record students' attainment and monitor progression all the way through to Key Stage 4. Developed by members of Computing at School, the national subject association for Computer Science, and a team of Master Teachers who deliver CPD through the Network of Excellence project funded by the Department for Education, Compute-IT provides a cohesive and supportive learning package structured around the key strands of Computing. Creative and flexible in its approach, Compute-IT makes Computing for Key Stage 3 easy to teach, and fun and meaningful to learn, so you can: Follow well-structured and finely paced lessons along a variety of suggested routes through Key Stage 3 Deliver engaging and interesting lessons using a range of files and tutorials provided for a range of different programming languages Ensure progression throughout Key Stage 3 with meaningful tasks underpinned by unparalleled teacher and student support Assess students' work with confidence, using ready-prepared formative and summative tasks that are mapped to meaningful learning outcomes and statements in the new Programme of Study Creative and flexible in its approach, Compute-IT makes Computing for Key Stage 3 easy to teach, and fun and meaningful to learn. This is the third title in the Compute-IT course, which comprises three Student's Books, three Teacher Packs and a range of digital teaching and learning resources delivered through Dynamic Learning.
Second Edition - Programming This is a textbook for computer science for secondary school students. It provides complete and comprehensive coverage of the Edexcel GCSE Computer Science specification for first examination in 2018. There are 30 chapters divided into 8 sections with over 100 questions and exercises to test your knowledge and understanding. Now it can be used as a single textbook covering both the theory and the practical (programming) sides of computer science. Practical Problem Solving - Programming There are now many practical, problem-solving, exercises to be implemented in Python. These range from quick coding challenges to problems that span several chapters. Students who complete a selection of these exercises will acquire all the necessary skills and knowledge to approach the "practical controlled assessment" (NEA) with confidence. At the very end of the book there remains a step-by-step "solution" to a large, analytical problem, which follows exactly the instructions in the Edexcel specification. The principles of Abstraction based on Encapsulation, Generalisation & Modularisation are stressed wherever relevant, not just in section 2 on Computational Thinking. Other Changes in the Second Edition: The students who sit the Edexcel exam in June 2017 will be the last group of the "old" specification, so some "editing" was required. The short section on databases has been edited to clarify and simplify some key points and the pages on SQL have been removed. "Readability" has been improved by moving some work, such as binary floating-point numbers and the implementation of some algorithms in Python, to an extended appendix. The clarity of many diagrams has been improved. Edexcel: The textbook remains primarily orientated to the specification for Edexcel GCSE Computer Science - first exam in June 2018. Nonetheless it would also be an excellent book for other exam boards, such as OCR and AQA, particularly if the chosen programming language were Python. (Of course the reader would need to carefully read their specification.)
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Exam board: OCR Level: GCSE Subject: Media Studies First teaching: September 2017 First exams: Summer 2019 Target success in OCR GCSE (9-1) Media Studies with this proven formula for effective, structured revision. Clear guidance is combined with exam-style questions and practical tips to create a revision guide that students can rely on to review, strengthen and test their knowledge and skills. With My Revision Notes every student can: - Plan and manage a successful revision programme using the topic-by-topic planner - Practise the enquiry, critical thinking and analytical skills they need, with 'Test yourself' questions and answers for Papers 1 and 2 - Understand what the examiner is looking for by comparing answers to sample student responses with commentary from experienced Media Studies teachers - Improve exam technique through expert tips, exam preparation advice and examples of typical mistakes to avoid - Revise, remember and accurately use key terms with definitions alongside the text for quick and easy reference - Feel confident undertaking the non-exam assessment (NEA), using a checklist for the 'Creating media' production task
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