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This page gives an overview of the two year course as it could be taught.
The Java Programming Index
Computer Science Programme. For those who are not familiar with this programme, it is approximately equivalent to a first-year degree (bachelor's) course in the UK or US.
Most of the material here will be less relevant to the new IB Computer Science program starting first teaching in 2012 but, if you select the OOP option and teach Java it may have some value. It is unlikely that it will be kept up-to-date - I was a long time Deputy Chief Examiner and acting Chief Examiner for IB Computer Science no longer have any contact with the IBO, by choice.
Some material for the new program, resulting from an open workshop that I ran in 2012 can be found at my Moodle site - Moodle NZ.
Who made this?
My name is Richard Jones, In recent times I have been a teacher, lecturer and Project Manager. I recently completed a 3 1/2 year contract at The Southport School, Queensland.
I currently live and work in New Zealand.
You can contact me via: email@example.com.
This site has been created for the benefit of all teachers and students on the International Baccalaureate IB Computer Science course; it may also be of interest to those wishing to study Computer Science at an introductory level.
The site is not in any way associated with or sponsored by the International Baccalaureate Organisation.
Returning visitors , please see What's New for latest additions to the site.
IBID Press : for all the IB textbooks you will need.
Index to resources on the site (including handouts & worksheets)
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 License. © 2001 - 2009 Richard Jones, PO BOX 246, Cambridge, New Zealand;
This page was last modified: February 9, 2014