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.
These 5 infographics make excellent classroom displays. Covering issues such as hardware and privacy, they are suitable for IB ITGS and Computer Science.
Interactive examples of computer models and simulations for the ITGS classroom, covering maths, environmental and earth sciences, physics, and many more areas.
GIS (Geographic Information Systems) examples for the ITGS classroom: learn about endangered species, natural disasters, and the environment.
Autonomous vehicles are an important ITGS topic, linking to HL AI and Business & Management. Read about the latest developments in driverless technology.
These animated TED-Ed videos are engaging introductions to a variety of ITGS topics, from to system fundamentals to HL Artificial Intelligence.
Interactive computer model examples for the natural sciences and maths. Perfect for ITGS students studying the models and simulations topic.
This Lego robot simulator offers simulated versions of the Mindstorms NXT and EV3 robots, a wide range of challenges and lesson activities.
Network security is an important ITGS and IB Computer Science topic. These lesson ideas for router simulators help students learn to setup a secure network.