Dr Philip Lewis delivered a blinding practical programming session today in Hackney. Using Python and a range of visualisation editors he challenged teaching staff to reach for GCSE A* standards. Philip guided the teachers step by step, block by block, through his highly efficient solution articulating why he had made his particular choices. It was an inspirational session.
Thanks for taking the time to come and see us at BETT, it was great chatting about the new computing curriculum and the GCSE specs. Let's do it again - come and see us in our office in Old Street, London. Or call us on Google Hangouts.
Due to the overwhelming response to our CA2 post, Beautiful Education has again teamed up with Philip Lewis from UCL to produce a sample solution for A453 CA3 Encryption. If you would like access to the worked solution (which is intended to help you prepare for teaching and is not to be shared with students) please use the Beautiful Education Contact form providing your:
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We'll get back to you as soon as we can with the code. We may verify with a response email or two.
We want to share this code with you so you get to see the whole jigsaw picture. We appreciate how hard learning Python is so here's a helping hand.
Working with Philip Lewis from UCL, Beautiful Education has produced a sample solution to A453 CAM2 Tasks 1, 2 and 3. This is a .py file we will share with verified UK teachers only to help with planning, preparation and delivery. If you would like us to share our code with you just Contact Us with your:
- Full name
- School name
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