This collection of resources supports computing and computer science in upper secondary schools.
The resources offer in-depth learning opportunities covering programming with Python as well as other aspects of the curriculum.
This handy guide sheet shows how the format () method can be used in a variety of situations:
• Inserting values into strings,
• Formatting layout and alignment,
• Displaying numbers with specific formats
A print-out-and-keep quick guide shows all the options available when using the format ‘mini-language’.
Suitable for students of computing and digital media in secondary school, this in-depth reference resource covers many aspects of image data storage and compression.
A brief introduction includes how images are perceived by the human eye and how they are captured and stored by digital devices. Also:
This intermediate-level resource for those learning to program with Python 3.x looks at lists (called arrays in other languages), strings and tuples. It covers the main features of these sequences, including the differences between them, how the elements of each are referenced, and some of the functions and...
For students with some prior experience of using simple For and While loops, this intermediate-level resource explores how they can be used for more complex coding while maintaining efficiency.
Exercises include arithmetic applications of While loops, and development of simple For loops to be usable in more...