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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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Programming languages - from Scratch to machine code

The CS Field Guide has a very comprehensive guide to different types of pro...

Assembly language simulators

There are several assembly language simulators available for use online. Si...

Little Man Computer (LMC)

The Little Man Computer (LMC) is a software simulator of a simple computer ...

Lesson - Data representation - sound

This download contains all lesson resources necessary to teach students how...

Predictive placement

Predictive placement is a feature of some CAD systems that enables more e...

AI to help emergency dispatch phone operators

The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) may trial an AI system to help tra...

Mobile Data Terminals (MDT)

MDT technology is referenced in the case study booklet, with such systems b...

CAD+911 System

TriTech Software Systems is a company that specialises in Computer Aided Di...

Spillman CAD

Spillman are another company with a range of CAD systems. Their Spillman Fl...

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C1 Creating the Web

These are teaching and learning resources for the IB Computer Science course C: Web science, which is an optional unit.
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Creating a Website

Creating a Website: The Missing Manual

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Creating a Website introduces students to creating correct HTML and CSS code without overwhelming them with details of uncommon or rarely used features. It is well laid out, enabling students to find example code for their particular requirements with ease, making it a useful reference book. However, it is not a tutorial or 'howto' book, so it needs using as part of planned lesson activities or independent projects.


Updated: 2015-05-02
Internet protocols

What Happens When You Click a Link?

This video explains step by step what happens when you enter a URL in your web browser. It covers looking up the IP address using the HOSTS file or DNS, connecting to the destination machine using TCP/IP, and using HTTP to fetch the page. It does a good job of breaking down the process into a series of simple steps that demystify this process for students (hopefully!).


Updated: 2015-05-02