## Exploring Random Walks with Python Turtle Graphics

In this post we will be looking at an idea from mathematics called a random walk. In a random walk, each step in a process is determined randomly and we are interested in the state of the process after a given number of steps. There are examples of this phenomenon happening all around us. For […]

## GCSE Computer Science Programming Practice – Pascal’s Triangle

Whether you are going to start your GCSE Computer Science course next term or are already halfway through, it’s always a good time to do some coding practice. Here’s a fun intermediate level challenge for all you coding enthusiasts out there. Coding Pascal’s Triangle with Python Pascal’s Triangle is a fascinating mathematical structure which contains […]

## Calculating Distance with Python

Calculating distance with Python I am very keen to help people connections between Maths and Computer Science. Above is a game I wrote using JavaScript. When you click on an “x” you have a 50% chance of being told the distance from the treasure. Distance between points on a 2D plane is something we calculate […]

## The TI-84 Graphic Calculator

This picture is of the Texas Instruments TI-84 Calculator which I make a lot of use of in my teaching. It’s great for giving students dynamic representations of the concepts they are studying, as well as for playing interactive games which can be tailored to their particular needs. It can also be used to teach […]