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GCSE Computer Science for OCR Digital Student Book (1 Year Site Licence) Updated Edition
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  • ISBN:9781108812566
  • Format:eBooks
  • Subject(s):Computer Science
  • Author(s):David Waller
  • Available from: July 2020

Full student and teacher support for the OCR GCSE Computer Science updated specification (J277).

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    • Tailored to the updated OCR GCSE Computer Science specification for first teaching from 2020.

    • Easy-to-follow chapters, including learning objectives at the beginning of each chapter and challenges that build on these objectives, provide a clear structure for student learning.

    • Real-life examples demonstrate how computer science relates to everyday life.

    • Programming projects build programming skills, knowledge and confidence in preparation for the assessment.

    • Contains contextual activities to support the less confident and open-ended challenges to stretch.

    • Remember features act as revision references and check points for students understanding.

    • Highlights the key mathematical skills relevant to computer science throughout.

    • Reflection activities help students to reflect on their own learning and explore how they could improve.

    • Introduction
    • 1. The Central Processing Unit
    • 2. Primary and secondary storage
    • 3. Data representation
    • 4. Networks
    • 5. Protocols and layers
    • 6. Threats to computer systems and networks
    • 7. Operating systems and utility software
    • 8. Ethical, legal, cultural and environmental impacts of digital technology
    • 9. Algorithms
    • 10. Programming fundamentals
    • 11. Data types and additional programming techniques
    • 12. Searching and sorting algorithms
    • 13. Creating robust programs
    • 14. Boolean logic
    • 15. Programming languages and Integrated Development Environments
    • Programming project skills

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