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GCSE ICT Textbook Recommendation

I have just started to teach the new GCSE ICT from Edexcel. I found that this new course is a...
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GCSE ICT Revision Guide (Recommended Reading)

This book is full of detailed revision notes for GCSE ICT students. It covers every topic for...
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Introduction to Software

GCSE ICT Theory: SOFTWARE What is software? A computer system is made up of hardware and...
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Using Word: Basic Tips

Do not press the <Enter> key at the end of each line, only at the end of the paragraph. ...

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GCSE ICT Articles

  • GCSE ICT Revision Guide (Recommended Reading)

    GCSE ICT Tutor (South East London) Picture This book is full of detailed revision notes for GCSE ICT students. It covers every topic for the AQA, CCEA, Edexcel, OCR and WJEC exam boards. The whole thing's designed to make revision straightforward - each section is split into a topic per page, with questions to check what you've learnt at...
  • Computing

    GCSE ICT Tutor (Slough) Picture Computing is now the new ICT. Michael Gove is promoting and encouraging it, and I believe it is very good for people to learn.
  • GCSE ICT Textbook Recommendation

    Sandra Harris GCSE ICT Tutor (North West London) Picture I have just started to teach the new GCSE ICT from Edexcel. I found that this new course is a vast improvement on the other GCSE ICT syllabus available. My students really enjoy the modern approach this course takes, as it looks at topics that they know about e.g. Mobile phones, Online...

 

  • Free ICT Resources!

    GCSE ICT Tutor (Preston) Picture Hi! If you're quick off the mark and can self-learn why not try out www.teach-ict.com! It's an easy and FREE way of obtaining some of the resources ICT teachers use in their lessons. Have fun! Saleem ICT Teacher
  • Using Word: Basic Tips

    GCSE ICT Tutor (Walsall) Picture Do not press the <Enter> key at the end of each line, only at the end of the paragraph. Press the <Enter> key twice at the end of a paragraph to make a blank line. Leave one space after each word, and 2 spaces after a full stop. Whilst typing in text, you may notice that some of the...
  • Learning Should Be Fun

    GCSE ICT Tutor (South East London) Picture I became a tutor because it enabled me to combine my passion for learning new things with my passion for seeing others learn and fulfil their potential. Too often learning is a difficult and unenjoyable experience forced on people. I believe learning is a natural part of our make up and a good...