Have you asked a question like this on teacher social media?
Has anyone got a PowerPoint for binary addition? They just aren’t getting it.
I need a decent lesson for client server versus peer to peer.
Any resources for boolean logic? I can’t seem to get them to understand it.
When I see these questions I do try to help, but I believe those asking would be better off working on their explanation of the concept. Once you have a strong grasp of the topic, you can explain it well, answer questions, and check for understanding meaningfully.
Teaching is simple, really, if we remember we are just trying to transfer knowledge from our heads to theirs. Looking for lesson resources that shortcut this process is a distracting, often futile enterprise. The time spent looking for that “magic lesson” could be better spent growing your own understanding so you can develop theirs.
Fortunately we now have the NCCE curriculum backed by the Oak Academy recorded lessons, so we can teach ourselves before teaching our students. I also recommend Craig’n’Dave videos and the Isaac Computer Science website, and the great textbooks by Heathcote & Heathcote. Better still, partake of the NCCE training offers.
Once you know it yourself, and feel confident you know it, you can explain the material in ways others understand.
Rather than asking for slides and worksheets, I recommend teaching yourself the content. Then study others explaining it well.
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