ICT What is an Algorithm Introduction PowerPoint


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  • Supporting the delivery of Scratch Jnr to Year 3s for the first time

    , Jul 3rd
  • Thanks for sharing this going to use it with my year twos as a visual introduction to algorithms!

    , Feb 21st
  • Intro to algorithms to share in a TA training session

    , Oct 29th
  • Computers lesson year 4

    , Sep 8th
  • Great for starting to understand new ideas and concepts.

    , Aug 23rd
  • I plan to use this with my new year group as a starting point to elicit their computing knowledge and inform planning

    , Jul 24th
    • Hi sandpea,
      Sounds great! Thank you for commenting! :)

      , Jul 24th
Perfect for whole-class teaching, this powerpoint features some handy information on algorithms to help support your teaching on this topic. Great for starting discussions!
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