The aim of the computer curriculum of our school is to provide students with information technology content according to the latest curriculum development, so as to cultivate and enhance students' information literacy ability.

The 21st century is a new era in which knowledge can influence power. People who can make good use of information to construct knowledge have more competitive advantages than others in their studies, work, or daily life. The construction of knowledge is often regarded as a process of inquiry, in which students need to learn to recognize the need for information; know how to find, evaluate, extract, organize and express information; while creating new ideas, they can also cope with changes in the information world; and the important thing is to avoid ethical misbehaviors, such as spreading false rumors, cyberbullying and infringement of intellectual property rights. 

In the learning process, students need to have a variety of different skills, and integrate what they have learned through independent/group cross-subject project-based learning so that students can develop all-round and lifelong learning skills.

Junior Form Curriculum (Computer Literacy)

Learning target:

  1. Know the basic structure (hardware and software) of the computer system, as well as the properties and functions of usual components.
  2. To enhance students' software skills, including word processing, spreadsheet, database management system, multimedia production, and programming skills.
  3. Understand the common components of computer networks, the use of computer networks, and the activities on the Internet.
Senior Form Curriculum (Information and Communication Technology)

Learning target:

  1. To enable students to 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.
  2. Can 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 analyzing problems, and planning and implementing solutions using ICT.
  3. 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.
Po Leung Kuk Yao Ling Sun College
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