Working with the Random Module and Performing Loops in Python
7th October 2015
The McAuley Catholic High School (Upper School Site)
This course would benefit anyone teaching the OCR Arithmetic Quiz Task and will cover:
How to create random numbers;
How to create random lists;
How to perform loops;
How to create simple counts
Michael is a Master Teacher and has a BSC (Hons) degree in Business Computing. He has had many years experience working in the IT industry (mainly Graphic Design). Since becoming a secondary School Teacher in 2000 he has taught ICT and Computing at all levels including for the past 12 years in a Catholic High school in Doncaster.
For further information: MCorkill@mcauley.org.uk
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