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Cambridge GSCE Computing Online

Cambridge University Press via Independent

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Overview

This MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) has been created by the Cambridge-based partnership of exam board OCR, Cambridge University Press (CUP) and the Raspberry Pi Foundation. The course is based on OCR’s GCSE Computing curriculum and gives participants an excellent opportunity to investigate how computers work, how they are used, and to develop computer programming and problem-solving skills. The course has been designed for 14-16 year olds; but is free and open to all, and can be used either as a course or a resource to support teachers.

Taught by

Clive Beale and Christine Swan

Reviews for Cambridge GSCE Computing Online
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5.0 5 years ago
Anonymous completed this course.
The course reinforced what I was learning at school. The videos helped explain things, and some of the technical ideas. If you are taking GSCE Computers and aren't very geeky give this course a go.
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Anonymous
2.0 3 years ago
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Not very well structured overall and the videos are rubbish and do not explain thins well at all. Generally just a crap course dont take if you dont program at home it is not good.
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