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
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Hour of Code
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Mr. H.W. Chan, Mr. C. Tchiang, Mr. K. C. Wong, Mr. Y. W. Leung, Mr. C. Wong， Mr. T.H. AU