The Cambridge ICT Starters (CIS) syllabus is designed by the University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE), United Kingdom to introduce students to the key ICT applications they need to use to acquire ICT literacy and to understand the impact of technology on our daily lives. The qualifications provide a framework in which ICT competence can be developed within an environment that is appropriate for the age of the students. At each stage of assessment, students will use ICT to:
• Handle information
• Measure and control
The International Dimension
Cambridge ICT Starters (CIS) acknowledges the competencies valued in ICT around the world. The syllabus has been mapped against national standards in a few countries, so that skills assessed reflect performance demanded in an international context.
In Malaysia, Danawa Education administers assessment tasks in Bahasa Malaysia, English and Chinese Mandarin.
Programme Structure and Study Progression
Cambridge ICT Starters (CIS) are predominantly aimed at students aged between 5 and 15 years. The qualifications are suitable for those in primary and secondary education.
Cambridge ICT Starters workbooks are available through Danawa Education’s Bookstore. Please contact us to purchase.
Programme Assessor Briefing And Training
Programme For Children In Rural Communities
MSC APICTA 2011 AWARDS
Best Primary School Project & Special Jury Award