ICT Approach

The ICT curriculum is based on three levels of ICT utilization and interpretation.

ICT Curriculum Chart

ICT Literacy is the first stage of the curriculum. This level is designed for students to discover ICT concepts and their general uses. The emphasis is on teaching students ICT concepts that they can relate to and use in other subjects. This level focuses on six technology areas – IT Fundamentals, Word Processing, Spreadsheets, Database, Graphics and Multimedia, and Programming.

ICT Application is the next stage of the curriculum. It encourages students to actually use ICT tools and rationalizes the concepts learned at the earlier level. At this stage, students achieve thorough understanding about different knowledge areas in a laddered manner. This level continues to focus on six technology areas – IT Fundamentals, Word Processing, Spreadsheets, Database, Graphics and Multimedia, and Programming.

ICT Specialization is the highest level in curriculum. This level encourages students to gain specialized ICT skills that will enable them to make an informed decisions about their career choices. This stage aims to make high school graduates employable by imparting the latest and industry-relevant skills. It concentrates on Programming, Graphics, Animation, Windows and Web-related technologies to empower and prepare students for the Internet Age.

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