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Binary Revision

Here is a document that I share with the students before they complete an assessment in Binary. They do not need to know XOR Logic Gate

MJH IoT List

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Prizes for STEM based primary school competitions based in and around Glasgow, Scotland

As part of The IET Scotland South West committee, we have available a small fund available to either provide small prizes or material to enable STEM investigations / competitions to be held in and around Glasgow.

The aim is to promote STEM competitions in primary school to highlight to young people the...

Data-logging with BBC micro:bits and MakeCode for modelling with Excel and GeoGebra.

Recent developments in MakeCode now make data-capture from micro:bits very simple via the USB cable.  The data can be graphed in real time in MakeCode and exproted as CSV files.  Using tools such as Excel and GeoGebra's Spreadsheet View, the data can be manipulated, analysed and modelled.  With a pair of...

How to become a web developer

One of the most increasingly in demand career positions is that of the web developer. An incredibly flexible role that can prove to be very financially rewarding, web developers are needed by firms around the world, in all industries.

This ...

Posters

A range of downloadable classroom posters to support learning in science, computing and engineering. They link to curriculum topics including: forces, light, circuits, space, weather, transport, materials and robotics. All of these posters are updated and the collection is added to on a...

Animal-Computer Interaction

This article investigates how scientists at the Open University are devising ways in which dogs can interact with electronic systems including computers. The article is from Catalyst: Secondary Science Review 2015, Volume 25, Issue 4.

Catalyst is...

eSafety Algorithm Poster

Classroom poster from iCompute to reinforce eSafety messages.

Computing key word posters

This resource contains ten posters which explain key words in the primary computing curriculum. ‘Al-the-gorilla’ explains what each key word means in a fun and informative way. The key words described are algorithm, debug, input, output, process, program, repetition, selection and sequence. The resource has been...

CS4FN Issue 22

This issue of Computer Science for Fun focuses on creative computing. Can a machine even ever be truly creative? After all they are just blindly following their programs. Surely that isn’t what creativity is about! But what do we really mean by creativity? We need to decide if we are to write programs that are...

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