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It is often very helpful to reiterate vocabulary and definitions associated with database technology. This resource can be used as a starter or a plenary activity to reinforce key terminology.
Databases are a fundamental part of modern organisations. This resource consists of an activity sheet, answer sheet and a highly usable utility for using SQLite with Python. The activities enable students to produce implement what they have learned from the theoretical content.
From a more mathematical perspective this time, this document covers the derivation of algorithm complexity. It could be used in the classroom as extension reading or as a homework.
This presentation covers algorithms and their complexity expressed as Big O notation. This could be used by students as a revision aid or as a basic introduction to the topic.
This is a very comprehensive resource covering a range of pathfinding algorithm activities using graphs. It includes the Knight’s Tour puzzle as well as other examples. This is a highly readable resource that could be used for smaller activities including homework.
This unplugged activity uses a large model of a face, operated by several children working together, to teach how ‘emotion’ can be expressed by robots following simple rules. These rules are expressed as IF, THEN, ELSE, statements which, when combined, show the complex movement of a whole face in reaction to...
This set of resources provides comprehensive coverage of the topic of logic, Boolean algebra and simplifying expressions using Karnaugh maps. There are a series of student activities involving deriving expressions from logic gate combinations, rules of Boolean algebra and building logic expressions.
This document is a Computing at School community resource that covers the laws of Boolean algebra. It consists of a student worksheet and answer sheet. It is very suitable as a revision resource.
A resource from the CS4FN bank produced by Queen Mary and King’s College, University of London. Students will be able to link the algorithms that they have learned and the relative complexity expressed in Big O notation. The resource consists of a series of slides, program files with solution, an activity sheet and...
One of the series of Royal Institution Christmas lectures focusing on Bayes’ theorem. The topic of the resource is an investigation into stolen chocolate biscuits so would make an interesting end of term diversion.