Grade 10 CS
The students have made great progress in the first month of classes. This is the primary time for students to memorize new technical keywords and distinctive concepts in computer science. Normal endeavors such as perusing and re-examining the contents discussed in the class each day will lead them to success. In fact, IGCSE computer science requires analytical and cognitive thinking about both programming and problem-solving. I am teaching theory in class and practicing in the lab sessions. It makes the students understand the ideas and concepts clearly. Further, the continuous assessments like classroom activities, quizzes, and homework make them much stronger.
We had two practical lessons, firstly the identification and assembling of hardware components in the computer. The students were assuredly fascinated to optically discern the core components and the circuit connections present inside the CPU. In the second practical lesson, students were so excited and happy to create their first web page using HTML. However, they are not as happy to receive homework every weekend!
The first midterm results are out, and we have planned to commence tutorials for the weaker students who require more consideration and guidance. We also appreciate and encourage the other students to make utilization of this session if they have questions.
In computer science, we have two club activities. Robo-Rave (robotics club) every Tuesday and i-TECH (programming club) every Thursday. During the Robo-Rave club, students are learning the fundamentals of robotics. As seen in the photo, they built a tower to understand the basic concepts of robotics. Moreover, they are doing programming utilizing Arduino. By utilizing Arduino-Robot, they can learn electronics, mechanics, and software programming.
Furthermore, the i-TECH club commenced with a logo designing competition, and last week, the students created cartoons and animations utilizing Adobe Flash. During the upcoming week, they will learn to make flash movies and flash applications.
Grade 11 CS