Yan Oi Tong Tin Ka Ping Secondary School

Information and Communication Technology

A.        Subject Information

It is inescapable and unavoidable to use computers and information technology (IT) in the modern world nowadays. Students must learn to use IT as a tool for dealing with their everyday lives and equipping them for their future. Technology is developing so rapidly that the technology we deem as the-state-of-the-art today will probably be outdated, but students nowadays who have a good grounding and a solid basis in today’s technology will find it easier to cope with whatever changes and improvements on the way.
Skills and understanding of computers and IT will undoubtedly play a vital part in students’ success in the coming years when they are part of the workforce. Lack of such skills will likely be part of the reasons for fewer job opportunities and possibly failure.
  • develop computer literacy together with an understanding of the concepts of computer systems and information technology;
  • provide an appreciation of the trends in the contemporary development of information technology;
  • demonstrate and help develop problem solving, critical thinking and communication skills and show how these apply to students’ daily lives and learning;
  • Cultivate positive attitudes towards the rapidly-changing technological basis of modern society and its widespread use of computers.
Learning objectives
  1. Computer literacy, information processing & presentation
    • Understand basic concepts related to the use of information technology and the computer.
    • Develop the capability to process and present information independently or collaboratively with peers.
    • Be aware of the validity and reliability of information, and be able to verify and evaluate the accuracy and reliability of information.
    • Be aware of intellectual property rights, data privacy issues, etc. and observe the rules and regulations in handling information.
    • Know how to apply good communication and presentation skills to influence and obtain the desired responses from the intended audience.
  2. Computer coding, skills & knowledge
    • 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
Curriculum structure
  • IT environment in school
  • e-learning Tools
  • IPO
  • Chinese Input Method(Exercise)
  • Word Processor
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • Spreadsheet
  • Presentation software
  • Water purification meter design
  • Computer Literacy(Intellectual Property)
  • Photoshop
  • Video Production
  • Computer Literacy(Environmental Protection)
  • AppInventor 2 (Andriod Pad)
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • Computer Theory
  • Web authoring (HTML)
  • Web authoring (Dreamweaver)
  • Computer Literacy(Computer Security vs Privacy)
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • python with STEM

B.        Subject Features

Activities & Student Achievements
Hong Kong Olympiad in Informatics 2020/21
  • Senior Group Bronze Medal
  • Junior Group Bronze Medal
Hong Kong Secondary Schools Software Development Invitational Contest 2020
  • Gold Medal (Senior Group)
  • Silver Medal (Senior Group)
  • Silver Medal (Junior Group)
Certified Software Professional 2020
  • 1st Place Medal (Senior Group)
  • 2nd Place Medal (Senior Group)
  • 2nd Place Medal (Junior Group)
Hong Kong Olympiad in Informatics 2019/20
  • Certificate of Achievent - Finalist (Senior Group)
  • Certificate of Achievent - Finalist (Junior Group)
National Youth Drone Challenge (Hong Kong region) – 3D maze escape challenge
  • 2nd Runner up
Yan Oi Tong Tin Ka Ping Secondary School
Shan King Estate, Tuen Mun, N.T.
2464 3731
2464 3243
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