GCSE Programming with Python - the tricky bits
December 6, 2017 at 4:30PM
|Two twilights to help teachers with the skills required to tackle NEA-level projects at GCSE level using Python.
These sessions assume a reasonable working knowledge of Python 3 including sequencing, selection and iteration.
Note: Session 1 is on 6th December, Session 2 is on 13th December
These sessions are not about, and will not refer to, current, live NEA tasks
|Session 1||Session 2|
|Validation Routines||Reading data from a file|
|Regular Expressions||Interrogating data|
|Using Subroutines||Writing to a file|
|(Time dependant) Using 1D lists||(Time dependant) Using 2D lists|
Subject Leader for Computing & ICT, Teesside Hub Leader, Master Teacher, former CAS board member, lifelong learner and passionate about pretty much everything to do with computers.
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