Arrays for GCSE Computer Science

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Supporting study towards the GCSE and iGCSE Computer Science exam, our online learning course will guide students through a classroom style lesson, helping them to embed the knowledge required to successfully achieve highly no matter where they are studying in the world.

This course is presented as a single lesson with a number of practical activities as part of a wider course of study allowing you to select the learning module combination that is right for you or your child. In this module, students will study the fundamentals of arrays covering how to:

  • Explain how multiple data items are stored in an array
  • Design algorithms to write to and read data from an array
  • Explain the use of different types of array dependent on context

Computer science is more than just programming – it is best described as ‘maths with toys’ where students learn to theorise, design, develop, and apply computational thinking and logic to real world problems. Computer scientists are required throughout many industries for their ability to problem solve from IT experts, to medical sciences, to engineering across the globe.

 

Important Note: By enrolling on this course, you are not registering to sit the exam. You must register with an examining body to do so.

Instructor

Holly Billinghurst

Computer Science Tutor and Founder of TeachAllAboutIT
£10.00 £5.00

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