At Phenikaa School, ICT education is a highlight among the school’s curriculum. Starting early with the first grade, students are engaged with ICT. This is an advantage that will help them to foster their creativity and apply technology into their studies, information inquiry, and communications.
With the frequency of 2 classes per week from the first to twelfth grade, ICT education will allow Phenikaa students to develop skills and thinking in terms of computing, technologies, and information management at an early stage, the accumulation of which is invaluable to the application in all aspects of life, especially in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Artificial Intelligence, and Internet of Things. At the same time, it also presents an opportunity to orient the students for their future career paths.
Phenikaa’s ICT Program is the incorporation of the Computer subject as required by the Ministry of Education and Training with other IT programs from the United States and the United Kingdom.
Elementary Level: Establishing the mindset to solve problems with the assistance of computers, collect and use information, and start thinking about controlling computers by creating simple softwares using intuitive coding languages.
Middle School Level: Developing the mindset and skills to solve problems, the capability to use equipment, devices, and software, the ability to store and exploit multimedia resources, create and share simple digital products to implement in classrooms and everyday life, and the awareness and ability to apply ICT in real life.
High School Level: Developing the ability to integrate and adapt to the development of digital societies, exchange and search for information in a responsible and lawful manner, understand vocations in the field of information technology, and actively and confidently orient their own vocational direction. Students who exhibit talents in computing and are able to create scientific and technological products may be enrolled in the ICT University Program.
Upon graduation from high school, students are eligible to participate in the test for a Microsoft Office Specialist Certification (MOS).