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HELP resources for Computer Science. (OCR)

Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by chewby, Sep 6, 2018.

  1. chewby

    chewby New commenter

    Please can anyone recommend any resources, textbooks, websites or just general advice for teaching Computer Science?
    I am a non-specialist and am finding it difficult to find good resources and was hoping TES great community might be able to help me. I have looked TES resources and found a few things.

    Thanks in advance.

    Luke
     
  2. madcat

    madcat Occasional commenter

    There's lots of free resources on the OCR site; I think there are still a number of GCSE CS FB groups and of course there's always CAS
     
  3. kritisharma1

    kritisharma1 New commenter

    Hello, you do not describe your basic education like in which stream you have done your graduation, Computer Science is a vast field so here you have to more elaborate your question in which field of Computer Science you want to make your career. After that, you have a clear picture of what kind of professional courses you have to do for teaching computer science
     
  4. JaquesJaquesLiverot

    JaquesJaquesLiverot Established commenter

  5. chewby

    chewby New commenter

    Hi,
    I've looked at OCr and TES, which have some good stuff on. I was more wondering if people had any websites, resources or tips outside of this. Thanks for the reply.
    Luke
     
  6. chewby

    chewby New commenter

    Hi.
    I am a qualified Maths Teacher. I have had no formal training in ICT / Computer Science. I work at very small special needs school and have been told to deliver Computer Science. So I require help, guidance and resources in all areas of Computer Science.
    Thanks
    Luke
     
  7. chewby

    chewby New commenter

  8. dalersmith

    dalersmith Occasional commenter

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