Algorithms in GCSE computer science (Enthuse funded)
Monday Oct 16, 2017 from 9:30AM to 4:30PM
Hosted by CAS Yorkshire and the Humber (University of York)
This course examines how algorithms are modelled and constructed using decomposition and abstraction, and how they are represented. Sort and search algorithms, iteration and selection are covered, using flow diagrams and pseudocode. Teachers will take away engaging ideas to help students understand how to read and create algorithms to solve problems, recognising patterns and designing for efficiency.
CAS Yorkshire and the Humber (University of York)
National STEM Learning Centre
For further information: Dave Gibbs (email@example.com)
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