Computer Literacy (S1-S3)
- Choose the appropriate hardware, software and computer systems to perform specific tasks
- Develop skills to perform a variety of Internet activities
- Apply different approaches in solving problems
- Develop skills to solve problems systematically
- Know how to develop simple programs to solve problems
The senior secondary ICT curriculum aims to
- provide students with a body of essential knowledge, concepts and applications of information, communication and computer systems;
- equip students with problem-solving and communication skills, and encourage them to think critically and creatively;
- develop students into competent, effective, discriminating, ethical and confident users of ICT, so as to support their lifelong learning; and
- provide students with opportunities to appreciate the impact of ICT on our knowledge-based society, so as to nurture in them positive values and attitudes towards this area.
The Learning Target of Senior Secondary ICT:
Knowledge and Understanding
- Develop knowledge and understanding of the range and organisation of computer systems, and the interrelationships between hardware, software and data; and
- Realise the social, ethical and legal issues pertaining to the use of ICT.
- Use a range of applications software effectively, ethically and with discrimination to support information processing and problem-solving; and
- Demonstrate an understanding of methods for analysing problems, and planning and implementing solutions using ICT.
Values and Attitudes
- Appreciate how information literacy and the sharing of knowledge using ICT influence decision-making and shape our society; and
- Develop responsible and positive attitudes towards the use of ICT.
Curriculum Framework of senior secondary ICT
Mr. H.W. Chan, Mr. H.K. Lam, Mr. Y. W. Leung, Mrs. S. Tan, Mr. C. Tchiang, Mr. K. C. Wong
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