Are you looking for exciting ways to get your students interested in computing? Do you need a break down of the basics to get your confidence up before teaching it? Don't worry - help is at hand in this brand new book written by computing whizz Steve Bunce. All areas of the curriculum are introduced, and easy to implement and engaging activities are provided to get you and your students started! Steve covers all the major elements: algorithms, programming, data management, e-safety and more. He answers questions like 'How do computers work?' and introduces ways for you to develop computational thinking and digital literacy in your students. Really accessible 'ways in' which may or may not use a computer make this book something that can be picked up and used in the classroom tomorrow, whatever your level and whatever resources you have to hand. 'Tablet tips' throughout the book provide extra ideas for how to use tablets in the classroom. This book is a must-read for all primary teachers who want to implement a full, engaging computing curriculum in their classroom. Get debugging and coding today!Teaching tip On a PC, the a#39;PrintScreena#39; can save a screenshot into the computera#39;s Clipboard and then paste it into another program, for example, Microsoft PowerPoint. On a Mac, the a#39;cmda#39; and a#39;Shifta#39; and a#39;3a#39; takes a whole screenshot, or byanbsp;...
|Title||:||100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Computing|
|Publisher||:||Bloomsbury Publishing - 2015-08-27|