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The CAT Teacher’s Toolkit for 2022

A list of essential sites, resources and materials for the Computer Applications Technology teacher.

The Digital Classroom Resource

Essential Terms and Concepts for CAT and ICT. Written by Matthew Hains. Published by Cambridge University Press.

Trinity: Grade 10 CAT Digital Notebook

A complete C.A.T. curriculum in one digital notebook for Grade 10 Computer Applications Technology teachers and students.

Teacher ICT Skills

A Practical Reference Booklet of Preferred Levels of Technological Abilities for Teachers.

Sierra: Grade 11 CAT Digital Notebook

A complete C.A.T. curriculum in one digital notebook for  Grade 11 Computer Applications Technology teachers and students.

PowerPoint files for teaching Theory

Grade 10 and Grade 11 Theory content based on CAPS and totally editable. 147 files available!

Learn about Algorithms: A Content Pack for Teachers and Learners

Algorithms are covered in Computer Applications Technology in IEB schools. It is included in the Subject Assessment Guidelines document for Grade 10. I have created a content pack for teachers and learners, covering algorithms. It consists of interactive PowerPoint presentations, videos, templates and tasks. I have included everything in a download in my shop. Here is …

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NEW Excel posters for your classroom or lessons

I have redone all my Excel posters and added some new ones too! This set now has 55 Excel functions that your students can learn and use in their work. All posters are high-quality, printable up A3 and look great when laminated. Each poster has a function explanation, layout example, a screenshot example and a …

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A different approach?

I thought I’d try something a little bit different in regards to a practical assessment. I wondered what it would be like to have my students choose what skills they would prefer to be assessed on, instead of me giving them specific instructions. I have yet to mark the results but I really wanted to …

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