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Computing for Schools programme

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Practice with Cisco Packet Tracer

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Cisco Packet Tracer

Cisco Packet Tracer - a fun  visual simulation tool  Cisco Packet Tracer is an innovative network simulation and visualization tool which highly aligns to the national Computing curricula. It is a hands on piece of software which is used as an alternative to a physical network. It allows students to build and simulate a network as if they had the equipment in front of...
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Why Networking and Communication is important to teach from a young age

Most people belong to a family network in which related people share their resources and information. This sharing is bi-directional because even the youngest family members share information of some sort. Just like a family network, the most basic computer network (which consists of just two connected computers) can expand. As the family grows, so does the network. As the computer...
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The operation of LAN and WAN hardware and protocols

  Cisco’s Computing for Schools programme provides free tools and assets, to enable teachers to teach. Based on the Communication & Networking strand taken from the Computing at School (CAS) Progression Pathways , the course is mapped to key stages, covering all curriculum-defined learning outcomes and includes presentations, activities (including bespoke Packet...
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The purpose of network hardware and protocols

  Cisco’s Computing for Schools programme provides free tools and assets, to enable teachers to teach. Based on the Communication & Networking strand taken from the Computing at School (CAS) Progression Pathways , the course is mapped to key stages, covering all curriculum-defined learning outcomes and includes presentations, activities (including bespoke Packet...
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Identify network hardware and protocols

  Cisco’s Computing for Schools programme provides free tools and assets, to enable teachers to teach. Based on the Communication & Networking strand taken from the Computing at School (CAS) Progression Pathways , the course is mapped to key stages, covering all curriculum-defined learning outcomes and includes presentations, activities (including bespoke Packet...
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