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A Bundle of Inspiration Every Month!

It’s so exciting to see you in the students section of TeachAllAboutIT. I really hope that you love the resources and extra information that you can access each month.

Remember that each month new help and resources will be added to help with your studies and you’ll receive an email from me each month with a discount code to use against an online course!

 

What's In Your November Bundle?

This month, we’re adding some useful printables to help with this month’s topic of databases, but also some extra help with the tricky areas of internal hardware.

To support you, there’s also a copy of the teacher powerpoint. If you’d like to see this with audio guidance from Holly, keep an eye out for your November student membership email that comes with a voucher to use with the online courses that’s worth double your monthly membership. Now that’s value for money!

Revise

This month, I absolutely LOVE Doodle Notes, and have been creating some great printables for you. There are so many benefits to doodle notes, including helping to reduce your stress levels. Print them out, add your own notes, and colour them in. It’s one of the few times you really are being encouraged to doodle, colour, and draw all over your work!

Look out for more doodle notes in the ‘students’ link on topic introductions:

Get your revision started early with these downloadable Skills Check printable sheets (including answers!):

Learn

Last month, we looked ahead at database tools and a copy of the powerpoint is below. This month we’re looking at hardware and to support that, this presentation takes you through the use of logic gates with an introduction to using Boolean Algebra:

* These presentations can be seen as full lessons by signing up for an online course using your voucher in this month’s email

Don’t forget, you can also watch a recording of this month’s webinar on abstraction here after the live event on 7th November.

Have you read the Licence Agreement? As a student member of TeachAllAboutIT, you have access to a whole range of resources for your individual use. Sharing these resources with others will put you in breach of Copyright. Please read the End User Licence Agreement carefully before downloading.

December Sneak Peak

  • Get access to watch December’s Code Camp webinar whenever you want
  • Programming printables
  • Revision preparation activities
  • A Level Data Structures activities

This month, we’re adding some useful printables to help with this month’s topic of arrays and files. To support you, there’s also a copy of the teacher powerpoint. If you’d like to see this with audio guidance from Holly, keep an eye out for your October student membership email that comes with a voucher to use with the online courses. Now that’s value for money!

These printable placemats are great for organising your notes with sections for key terms and exam question practice:

Get your revision started early with these downloadable Skills Check printable sheets (including answers!):

Whilst programming is an important part of the Computer Science Curriculum, theory makes up just as many marks. The presentations below will give you a sneak peek into next month’s topic and get you off to a head start for learning Databases with SQL:

* Please be aware that the python Database Tool is not a TeachAllAboutIT resource and is provided under a Creative Commons Licence

Don’t forget, you can also watch a recording of this October’s webinar on abstraction here.

This month, we’re adding some useful printables to help you get your learning off to a running start!

These printable placemats are great for organising your notes with sections for key terms and exam question practice:

Get your revision started early with these downloadable Skills Check printable sheets (including answers!):

Programming is an important part of the GCSE Computer Science curriculum. These practice tasks will help you prepare for the style of programming you may be expected to complete in year 11:

Don’t forget, you can also watch a recording of this month’s webinar on abstraction at the bottom of the page.

October 2018

September 2018

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