ICT Year 9
Steve Jobs once said, "Everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer... because it teaches you how to think."
“ICTs are influencing employment both as an industry that creates jobs and as a tool that empowers workers to access new forms of work, in new and more flexible ways,” says Chris Vein, World Bank Chief Innovation Officer for Global ICT Development. “The emerging ICT-enabled employment opportunities matter because countries around the world are looking to create more good jobs, which have positive economic and social implications for workers and for society.”
Microsoft Access Databases
New rotation schedule:
- All ICT students are moving to MEDIA with Mr Imran
- Start date: Sunday 11th November
· Give examples of how computer models are used in the real world
· Format a simple spreadsheet model
· Use simple formulae and functions
· Run simple html code.
· Design a simple website
Be able to create a database from scratch by following a list of instructions.
Provide students with opportunities to build and program robotic devices.
Ongoing assessment, classwork and short assessment.
Now there are easy ways to improve your ICT skills free of charge.
You only need a computer and the internet. Places to learn on your own time:
- 1- www.codecademy.com
- 2- Hour of Code Activities from Code.org
The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries.
From www.python.org anyone can download the software for free and use it. You can also go to code academy website and subscribe to learn Python.With scratch you can use the website scratch.mit.edu and use it online or download the software for free.