A level computing: 3rd edition

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Computing is the ideal resource for interactive teaching and learning. As well as offering comprehensive coverage of A level core topics, its content and approach make it an effective vehicle for delivering BTEC and BCS courses (1999)

By integrating content within classroom teaching, Computing eliminates the need for hand-outs and for copious note-taking. Its features include:

  • Ten self-contained sections, providing a complete two-year course
  • Sections broken down into units, with each unit equating to a single lesson plan
  • Concise explanation of principles and terms
  • Questions at appropriate point in the text, with space for students to record their answers. These questions enable students to: test their knowledge and understanding, develop ideas, and assess how well they can apply key principles.

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Author(s)Pat M Heathcote
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Shelf referenceA 004 HEA
Direct URLhttps://www.stem.org.uk/xez6b

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