Posters and infographics are a great way to decorate a classroom. The National Cyber Security Centre has security advice posters on a range of ITGS topics.
Flowol is a modelling & simulation program where students create flowcharts to control traffic lights, trains and more, then view simulated results.
Visually appealing icons can make an ITGS presentation, website, or programming project really stand out from the crowd. Free free icons on the following sites.
These 5 infographics make excellent classroom displays. Covering issues such as hardware and privacy, they are suitable for IB ITGS and Computer Science.
News articles have also been a key source of information and discussion in ITGS. Here are four ITGS news articles from the last week, covering topics from security to privacy and surveillance, ethics, the digital divide,and even TOK.
This list of ITGS past paper questions will help you select a question on the topic of your choice. Great for keeping track of which papers you have revised and which need to be covered.
The Art of Invisibility examines examples of Internet privacy, security, and surveillance issues on the Internet. The book is packed with examples and advice for maintaining privacy and staying secure online.
Interactive examples of computer models and simulations for the ITGS classroom, covering maths, environmental and earth sciences, physics, and many more areas.