Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is now part of the educational experience worldwide and regarded as a new ‘literacy’ alongside reading, writing and numeracy. Cambridge ICT Starters introduces learners, typically aged 5 to 14 years, to the key ICT applications they need to achieve computer literacy and to understand the impact of technology on our daily lives. It can be taught and assessed in English or Spanish.
- What are the differences between Cambridge Primary and Lower Secondary Digital Literacy and ICT Starters? Should schools teach both?
- What is Cambridge ICT Starters and how do I teach it?
- What is the assessment for Cambridge ICT Starters?
- What technology, equipment and resources do I need to teach and assess Cambridge ICT Starters?
- When are the Programming modules available and what is happening to the Control modules?
- Where can I find past papers for ICT Starters?