A/AS Level Computer Science for OCR Student Book (A Level Comp 2 Computer Science OCR)

September 19, 2019 - Comment

Written for the OCR A/AS Level Computer Science specifications for first teaching from 2015, this print student book helps students build their knowledge and master underlying computing principles and concepts. The student book develops computational thinking, programming and problem-solving skills. Suitable for all abilities, it puts computing into context and gives students a real-life view

Written for the OCR A/AS Level Computer Science specifications for first teaching from 2015, this print student book helps students build their knowledge and master underlying computing principles and concepts. The student book develops computational thinking, programming and problem-solving skills. Suitable for all abilities, it puts computing into context and gives students a real-life view on professional applications of computing skills., Answers to end-of-chapter questions are located in the free online teacher’s resource. A Cambridge Elevate enhanced edition is also available.

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Anonymous says:

information so far seems correct, lacks a bit of … information so far seems correct, lacks a bit of detail, the elevate edition is trash all it seems to do is give you an online service which is utterly useless

Anonymous says:

Redundant Information This book contains a large amount of uneccessary and redundant information such as, when explaining software development life cycles instead of going into detail about the development life cycles such as Extreme Programming or the Waterfall life cycle, it literally gives you the defintion, THE DEFINITION. OF. A. “PROGRAMMER” ARE YOU SERIOUS? I AM BECOMING A PROGRAMMER – I’m stopping myself from ranting here-. Furthermore the book feels bloated with information that you just don’t need to know…

Anonymous says:

Very useful book Alistair Surrall’s textbook on Computer Science is a masterpiece. It navigates you through the entire course from the structure and function of the processor to computational techniques. The style and delivery is simple. I would definitely recommend it to anyone taking AS or A level computer science.

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