Teach Computing

Revision notes, activities, lesson plans, teaching ideas, and other resources for GCSE, A-Level, and IB Computer Science teachers and students.

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UK Computing Laws

This video from Computer Science Tutor covers the main UK computing laws re...

Wireless Networking (Wi-Fi, Security, and Hardware)

This video about wireless networking includes everything that is needed for...

Network topology videos

These four excellent videos from Computer Science tutor cover the four ma...

Network protocols

These four videos explain the main networking protocols that students are l...

Embedded Systems video

This short video is a good over of embedded systems, covering the main poin...

Representing Text in Binary

This video clearly explains the two main ways of representing text in binar...

Types of Malware

This video explains the various types of malware including viruses and troj...

Protecting against Malware

Following on from the Types of Malware video, this video explains technique...

Video: Network Security #1

This video gives an overview of the threats to networked computer systems, ...

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3.1.8.2 Hardware

3.1.8.2 Hardware

Input and output

BBC Bitesize

BBC Bitesize covers a wide range of input and output devices. Key concepts are clearly explained. The great thing about the BiteSize site is that it links to a series of related resources, including student activities, news article links, and online dictionaries and encyclopedias.


Updated: 2015-04-07
IGCSE ICT notes

IGCSE ICT

IGCSE ICT has notes on many topics (including input and output devices) that are useful for a range of ICT and Computing courses. The notes are very comprehensive, clearly divided into sections, well illustrated, and easily understandable for students. This is a good starting point for a lot of topics - not just for the IGCSE course.


Updated: 2015-04-07

Teach-ICT

TeachICT: detailed notes covering printers, screens, speakers, and more. Teach-ICT does have a range of activities for most topics, though they tend to be a bit gamey and only really appealing to younger students.


Updated: 2015-04-07