Computer Publications

Computers in the Classroom

As computers are an integral part of our society, students need to be computer literate and confident and efficient users. Computers in the classroom is a four- book series that takes students through a structured skill development and awareness program that provides a solid foundation for effective computer use.

Computers in the Classroom provides activities at age-appropriate levels, covering:

-A brief history of computers;
-An overview, at graded levels, of computers and peripherals;
-Software and binary codes;
-computers in society; and
-safety and health issues.

The activities in the series can be used in a variety of ways, including: in the language area to develop a “computing” theme; as part of a whole class computing program; and in small groups where students rotate activities with time on the computer.

A certificate is provided for each level when appropriate activities have been completed successfully.

An overview for each book in the series and a glossary for each level have also been included.

The level of background information within each book in the series makes Computers in the Classroom an invaluable resource for those teachers who may feel hesitant about introducing the topic without support.

Computers in the Classroom Level 1
Computers in the Classroom Level 2/3
Computers in the Classroom Level 4/5
Computers in the Classroom Level 6/7

Computing Studies

An Introductory Course

Computing Studies: An Introductory Course is written for the upper primary and secondary courses and can be used as a reference for any introductory Computing Studies or Information Technology course. It is designed to provide a basic understanding of a computer system, and to develop student’s computer skills. The book, which assumes that students have no previous knowledge of computers, can be used with any type of PC. This book is now in completely revised, updated and enlarged edition form.

Key features:

  • An introductory chapter on the computer and its general operation
  • A content summary and list of outcomes at the beginning of each chapter and extensive treatment of current topics such as the Internet
  • Important concepts highlighted for quick reference
  • Interesting computer facts to promote class discussion
  • A comprehensive range of questions to test and develop student’s knowledge
  • A large number of practical computer tasks that can be used with any type of PC
  • Review exercises, challange questions and assignments at the end of each chapter
  • Case studies that cover computing applications and social implications a glossary


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