Lesson Resources

Inspiration for engaging STEM Lessons.
Creative tech courses for you to deliver in your classroom
Ages 7 - 15
There are several activities on binary numbers in this document, all simple enough that they can be used to teach the binary system to anyone who can count! G
The Centre for Computing History is much more than a museum. Based in Cambridge, it hosts hands-on exhibitions, educational workshops and a wide range of activities and events. Most importantly, it makes the history of computing relevant and fun for all ages!
Code.org is a nonprofit dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools and increasing participation by women and underrepresented minorities. Organises the annual Hour of Code campaign which has engaged 15% of all students in the world.
Game Devs create the code, art, and sound that make a video game playable. We make interactive experiences.
Ages 11 - 15
News stories surface every day about how National Security Agencies have broken encryption, but what is media 'hype' and what's the truth? - Richard Mortier explains.
A tutorial describing how to evaluate sources. Brought to you by Western Libraries.
Ages 5 - 11
You can save photos, music, videos, games and lots of other things on a computer. If you have too many things stored the computer memory will get full. Different things take up different amounts of space.
Ages 11 - 14
In this clip, Prof. Dave Cliff shows us how, thanks to Victorian logician George Boole, logical reasoning moved beyond philosophy to mathematics, an essential step towards our modern digital world. With the help of 25 seven-year-olds, Prof. Cliff creates, for the first time ever, a computer made entirely of children. It runs on nothing but Boolean logic… So will our kid-powered computer manage successfully to add 2 + 3?
Ages 11 - 16
Teach logic gates + digital circuits effectively — with Logicly