last edited Apr 01 2017 by Pete Dring | Created by Pete Dring | Other contributors:
Web based tools to write code to generate vector and bitmap images
This is a set of activities that lets students write code to generate both vector and bitmap images, exploring the advantages and disadvantages of both.
Blog post explaining resources with ideas for differentiation and assessment: http://blog.withcode.uk/2017/04/free-tools-for-teaching-data-representation-of-images-with-python
Main activities from blog post:
The create.withcode.uk python editor allows students to write, run, debug and share python code without needing to download any software or needing a user account - designed for clubs, lessons, homeworks and educational projects.
Duration: 2-3 lessons
Teaches: Pupils should be taught to:
…understand how instructions are stored and executed within a computer system; understand how data of various types (including text, sounds and pictures) can be represented and manipulated digitally, in the form of binary digits
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