IGCSE Computer Science 2ed Java Programming Book (Print & Elevate) (NYP Due April 2021)
Develop your learnersÕ skills and confidence with our new programming book for Java. Created in response to the addition of Java as a programming language in the Cambridge IGCSEª and O Level Computer Science syllabuses (0478/0984/2210), this resource provides tailored for support students programming with Java. A three-tiered approach to programming tasks across the book provides scaffolded support for students of all levels of understanding. Answers are accessible in the ÔSolutionsÕ chapter in the digital part of the resource, enabling students to practice their programming skills in-class or at home.
Publisher - Cambridge University Press
Author: Dave Duddell
Curriculum: Cambridge International Education IGCSE™ and O Level Computer Science
Edition: 2nd Edition
Isbn 10: 1108910076
Pages: 338 pages
Release date: June 30, 2021
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