IB ITGS at King Ethelbert School
ITGS is a subject that:
· Focuses on the systematic and critical study of human experience and behaviour relating to the relationship between human beings and information and communication technologies (IT systems).
· Requires students to have sufficient technical knowledge of IT systems to be able to make informed decisions about their use (digital wisdom in contrast to digital literacy).
· Discusses the moral and ethical issues leading to informed decisions being made about the development, implementation, use and disposal of IT systems.
· Discusses the social impacts that may result from the development, implementation, use and disposal of IT systems.
Requires students to be able to competently use a range of digital technologies (digital literacy).
5 A* - C grades including English and Maths
ITGS is a valuable course. Developments in IT systems have effectively created a second industrial revolution. As the relationship between human beings and IT systems continues to evolve, ITGS will provide young people with the tools to address the effects of this revolution. Furthermore, ITGS will also uniquely prepare young people with the wisdom to be informed and responsible citizens of tomorrow.
How to apply
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