Computer Clubhouse http://llk.media.mit.edu/projects.php?id=203 Computer Clubhouse [MIT]
At Computer Clubhouse after-school centers, young people (ages 10-18) from low-income commmunities learn to express themselves creatively with new technologies. Clubhouse members work on projects based on their own interests, with support from adult mentors. By creating their own animations, interactive stories, music videos, and robotic constructions, Clubhouse members become more capable, confident, and creative learners.
The technology exploration platform for teens http://freshbrain.org/ The technology exploration platform for teens.
Music, gaming, graphic design, the web and more. Meet others, do activities, enter contests and win scholarships.
Teach-ICT http://www.teach-ict.com/ Teach-ict is a resource website that host worksheets, crossworks, subject lists and office application videos for UK curriculum ICT, including KS3, 4 and 5, including specific information covering numerious A-levels from different examination boards
This site is dedicated to teaching ICT at all levels. Students will find revision notes to learn your ICT subject along with plenty of quizzes, competitions, polls to keep things interesting. Teachers will find starters and plenaries along with Schemes of Work ( SoW) , lesson ideas and tons of free material. Revision resources for every level are available.
DO IT Course http://doit.ort.org/course/ DO IT Course
Welcome to the DO IT Course! DO IT provides a stimulating environment for students and teachers to learn about Information and Communications Technology today.
An exciting and interactive experience is delivered through the use of the latest technology.
DO IT is intended both for those without an IT background as well as those with some knowledge. Even quite experienced people will gain new insights.
DO IT covers the most important topics in the current Information and Communications Technology areas in an informative and enjoyable way. There are many possible routes through the course and topics can be selected or ignored to suit individual interest or examination syllabus requirements. DO IT includes study support materials which can be printed out and photocopied, and are suitable for individual home study or group use in schools and colleges.
Revise ICT http://www.reviseict.co.uk/ ReviseICT.co.uk is designed to be a website that does exactly what it says - a site where you can Revise ICT! Ideal for interactive whiteboards or individual PCs.
AS / A2 level Computing ICT http://www.projectalevel.co.uk/as_a2_ict ICT AS / A2 level Computing
Coursework, Revision guides, ...
We offer many resources for students revising for their AS and A2 level exams including: revision notes and practice questions, revision guides at our bookshop, help and advice and the take a break section for when you have had enough of revision. We hope you find our site a useful revision aid and a bit of fun too!
Computing Students http://www.computingstudents.com/ Computing Students
Comprehensive Computer Science notes and articles arranged by study module and level. You can use these to help in your study and revision for Computer Science, Information Systems, Network Computing, or any other Computing related subject.
Find practice Computer Science related tests / quizzes that are marked as you go along. Great for exam practice or revision.
Tutorials, downloads, and example code for various programming languages such as Visual Basic and Java.
Find hundreds of clear and concise computing definitions with links to explore more. Many definitions are cross-referenced to other definitions within the Computing Students Dictionary to enable you to grasp a fuller understanding.
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