INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY. FET National Curriculum Statements (Schools) Information Session. OUTCOMES FOR THE SESSION. Demonstrate an understanding of the impact that the principles of the NCS will have on the teaching, learning and assessment of the new subjects.
FET National Curriculum Statements (Schools)
UNDERPINNING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
CO’s / DO’s/ LO’s
Environmental and Social Justice, Valuing indigenous knowledge systems, Credibility.
High Knowledge and High Skills
The Critical Outcomes require learners to be able to:
The Developmental Outcomes require learners to be able to:
The learner is able to apply technological processes and skills ethically and responsibly using Information and Communication Technology
GET: especially Technology
FET: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Information Technology will enable learners to understand thegeneral principles of computing and develop structured solutions to problems using appropriateapplication packages, a current programming language, hardware and software and will promote the use of that understanding in their daily lives, in the world of work and in their communities
(IT Subject Statement)
Hardware and System Software
The learner is able to demonstrate an understanding of and competently operate computer-based technologies
The learner is able to apply creative uses of different computer technologies to facilitate electronic communication.
Social and Ethical issues
The learner is able to critically analyse the impact of computer technologies on socio-economic, environmental, political and ethical issues
Programming and Software Development
The learner is able to design, implement, test and deliver efficient and effective solutions to problem situations.
Continuous Assessment (CASS) / SBA
Components 3 & 4
Net-op school (software)
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