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Cycling and Coding Concepts

Real world explanations of coding concepts.

Tim Bleazard

Created by Tim Bleazard
last edited Apr 17 2014 by Tim Bleazard

This is a resource for teachers and pupils. It explains the main programming concepts in the Primary Computing Curriculum using cycling as a real work example. The idea comes from Phil Bagge’s real world explanation of coding concepts at his web site. Some of the definitions are taken from the CAS and NAACE Primary Computing guide

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