Presentation of the Computer Science Educationat “Volksschule Glonn” Middle School
all students at „Volksschule Glonn” attend two lessons in Computer Science. According to the curriculum, this subject is supposed to initiate “basic competence in Information Technology” and “skills in dealing with manifold applications in the world of employment”.
Pupils will be enabled to use the computer as a tool and a medium for tasks that are appropriate to their age. They will be enabled to do this in a proper, creative, responsible and critical manner. This results in building up problem-solving skills and logical and structured thinking, and they learn how to work precisely and efficiently.
Disciples are supposed to deal critically with the possibilities and the limits of the new technologies. This also includes that they find their orientation in the complex field of an ever more rapidly changing technology.
Our pupils learn the practical use of a computer, its periphery and software, as well as their diverse applications in the field of solving problems and of gathering, processing, evaluating, displaying and transmitting any kind of information.
Disciples must be able to deal with computer- aided communication, which has entered many aspects of our daily life, in an independent and responsible way. They experience the possibilities that offer the new technologies, but are also sensitized to the dangers of manipulation and the need for copyright protection and data security.
Computer Science education at the middle school “Volksschule Glonn” focuses on the practical use of computers. All necessary terms and skills in using hardware and software shall be acquired.
Microsoft WordMicrosoft ExcelMicrosoft PowerPointInternet ExplorerRobot Karol
Basics of Information Technology Components and Operation of a Computer System Working with Graphic User Interfaces Data Backup Data Processing Procurement and Evaluation of Information Displaying and Processing Information Output and Transmission of Information Controlling Processes Networking and Computer-Aided Communication Networking Communication Security and Data Protection