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Teacher(s):

Ms. To Yuen Man (陶婉雯) [Head]
Ms. Chan Pik Kwan (陳碧君)
Mr. Chiu Tsz Kuen (趙子權) 
Mr. Lau Gar Cheung (劉家璋)

Aims:

  1. In the 21st century, students must understand how technology affects us. The students will be equipped to use technology effectively and flexibly to solve daily problems with positive attitude and ethically at home, in the community, and around the world; and to create new solutions.
  2. To equips students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to address rapid change, in order to develop students’ intellectual capacity and lifelong learning.
  3. To provides opportunities for students to develop key generic skills such as critical thinking, communication, creativity and problem-solving.

News:

11.07.2018“Privacy Defender” App Design Competition
11.07.2018ICT Summer Activity (26-06-2018)
11.07.2018World Telecommunication and Information Society Day – Hong Kong 2018
11.07.2018Computer Science Challenge
23.05.2018International Schools CyberFair 2018
23.05.20183 Hong Kong - Make Our Lives Easier with AI - App Enhancement Competition
26.04.2018Cyber Security Challenge 2017
26.03.2018Teenpower 2017/18 GIF Design Competition
01.03.2018Visit to HKU Computer Department
28.09.2017PolyU Engineering Summer Camp 2017
08.06.2017“Young and Alcohol Free” Animated GIF Design Contest Hong Kong
27.05.2017International Schools CyberFair 2017
27.05.2017Healthy Use of Internet Comic Strip Contest
20.05.2017CIE Mobile App Design Competition
20.05.2017Visit to HGC data centre on WTISD
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Links:

Online learning

Software:

  • Notepad ++ - Editor for HTML and programming
  • RAPTOR - A flowchart programming software
  • NVU - A Free web authoring tool

Poster:

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