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I've taught a lot of people SQL in person (over 3000), and I've had to cobble together materials out of a bunch of resources to do it. For Exercises: http://sqlzoo.com http://pgexercises.com https://www.codewars.com/?language=sql For slides, you can use mine, just fork them and remove the branding (they are CC-licensed, the branding is just there to look ...


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I have found the Shelly Cashman Series® of books to be effective. All too often the focus is on Microsoft products. In this case, Access is the database used in Shelly Cashman Series® Microsoft® Office 365 & Access 2016: Comprehensive, 1st Edition, (2017). Table of Contents: Microsoft's New Productivity Tools for School and Work. Office ...


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Since you are asking about a wide range of ages, let me suggest that no single book is likely to do the job for you. Instead, let me suggest a web site CS Unplugged which uses non computer resources to teach simple concepts of CS, including Computational Thinking. The main idea is that many things, including toys, can give youngsters appropriate ...


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