Mr R McKinlay
ICT teacher at Selston High School. Teaching GCSE ICT and Cambridge Nationals as well as KS3 courses
Want to Know the Best Digital Music Distribution Company? I sat down with reps at 8 different digital distribution companies, CD Baby, DistroKid, Ditto Music, Loudr, Mondotunes, ReverbNation, Symphonic, Tunecore and Zimbalam, to get a full in-depth look at each company and for the reps to explain to me their company’s best features (that I may have missed scanning their FAQ).
Being a musician, I asked them questions I deemed most important for independent musicians. I have personally distributed 8 releases to date using a few of these services. This review is just taking a look at companies that will get your music into digital stores and streaming services, like iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, etc and NOT about stand alone, digital download, self-managed stores, like BandCamp. Rubber Duck Debugging – Rubber Duck Debugging – Debugging software with a rubber ducky.
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To download an archive containing all the documents for this version of Python in one of various formats, follow one of links in this table. The numbers in the table are the size of the download files in megabytes. These archives contain all the content in the documentation. HTML Help (.chm) files are made available in the "Windows" section on the Python download page. Unpacking Unix users should download the .tar.bz2 archives; these are bzipped tar archives and can be handled in the usual way using tar and the bzip2 program. Windows users can use the ZIP archives since those are customary on that platform. Problems If you have comments or suggestions for the Python documentation, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. An algorithm a day... - ComputerScienceUK. Computing blog. Cyber security lessons offered to schools in England. Image copyright Thinkstock Schoolchildren in England will be offered lessons in cyber security in a bid to find the experts of the future to defend the UK from attacks.
It is hoped 5,700 pupils aged 14 and over will spend up to four hours a week on the subject in a five-year pilot. Classroom and online teaching, "real-world challenges" and work experience will be made available from September. A Commons committee last week warned that a skills shortage was undermining confidence in the UK's cyber defences. The risk that criminals or foreign powers might hack into critical UK computer systems is now ranked as one of the top four threats to national security. 'Cutting-edge skills' Russia in particular is suspected of planning sustained attacks on Western targets. Cyber security is a fast-growing industry, employing 58,000 experts, the government says, but the Public Accounts Committee has warned it is proving difficult to recruit people with the right skills.
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Learn how the Mover Kit works by building it yourself. Hacker Typer. Forget shopping. Soon you'll download your new clothes - Danit Peleg. L'importance de l'empathie dans la lutte contre le sexisme dans le monde du jeu vidéo - Lilian Chen. OCR Computer Science GCSE (From 2016) Unit 1 Learning Log by Bargee123 - Teaching Resources. Pythonroom. Computer solves a major time travel problem. The MOOC has landed! – teachcomputing.wordpress.com. A few months ago, I published a post titled Proposal for a GCSE Computing MOOC in which I described an idea I was considering to support other teachers with the teaching of GCSE Computer Science.
Well, the good news is it’s now ready for use at – The problem: I taught GCSE Computing over a five year period and, like many other teachers of the subject, experienced the following challenges when teaching the theory part of the course: If that’s not gloomy enough, I wrote about some of the additional challenges facing Computing teachers in “Challenges of Teaching GCSE Computer Science“.
Why You Need to Know More Than Coding to Master Computer Science. Picking up a book, taking an online course or enrolling in a boot camp to learn a programming language might seem like the best way to get started.
It is true, learning a programming language is a very important part of starting your journey as a software developer and coder, but it is only part of the equation. The field of computer science isn’t just about loops and semicolons.
Expand Your Brain. Welcome. What’s the Difference Between Coding and Computational Thinking? In my last EdSurge article, “Computer Science Goes Beyond Coding,” I wrote about the difference between coding and computer science, to help us understand what we mean by phrases like “Teach kids to code” and “Computer science for all.”
In that article and in many other articles, there is another term that appears often: “Computational thinking.” Well, what is Computational Thinking (CT), and how does it differ from Coding and Computer Science—especially when it comes to classroom practice and instruction? What is Computational Thinking (CT)? My short definition: CT is a strategy that uses many of the powerful ideas in computer science to solve problems. Penguin Watch: Public asked to aid Antarctic research. British scientists who have set up a network of penguin-monitoring cameras in Antarctica are asking the public to help them carry out their research.
Using Minecraft To Engage Students In Learning International Teaching Magazine. A Descriptive Writing Prompt Descriptive writing of settings is one of my favourite areas to teach.
I enjoy enthusing my students and trying to find ways to boost their creativity and imagination. I have used many different strategies and prompts in my lessons: school visits to beautiful settings, YouTube videos of amazing places, fascinating pictures and others. All have necessitated the students looking at something and describing it. 9 ways to make your Computing classroom 'immersive' — ICT & Computing in Education. This photo was taken in a history lesson in a computer lab.
The students were doing research into the assassination of John F Kennedy. As you can see, the wall was covered in photos on the subject. Many of the pictures were stills from the Zapruder film. There were also papers, books, and facsimile newspapers. The bulk of the work took place at computers, but all of this other stuff was not merely useful -- it helped to create an immersive environment for the students to work in. Plickers. Expeditions - App Android su Google Play. Tips on reducing teacher stress from the ‘happiest school on earth’ An extra week’s summer holiday, shutting the school at 5.30pm and cancelling revision sessions are just some of the ways more considerate headteachers are trying to ease the burden on teachers.
A happy staff makes a happy school and it helps to have the right Twitter handle. Step forward Jeremy Hannay, deputy headteacher @happiestschoolonearth aka the Three Bridges primary school in Southall, west London.
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