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Computer Science

Group 4

Experimental Sciences

Computer Science

Computer science is regarded as an experimental science, alongside biology, chemistry, physics and environmental systems and societies.Diploma Programme computer science students should become aware of how computer scientists work and communicate with each other and with other stakeholders in the successful development and implementation of IT solutions. While the methodology used to solve problems in computer science may take a wide variety of forms, the group 4 computer science course emphasizes the need for both a theoretical and practical approach.The IB computer science course is a rigorous and practical problem-solving discipline.

Computer Science SL and HL

Curricular Objectives

Diploma Programme Computer Science students should become aware of how computer scientists work and communicate with each other and with other stakeholders in the successful development and implementation of IT solutions. While the methodology used to solve problems in Computer Science may take a wide variety of forms, the Group 4 Computer Science course emphasizes the need

for both a theoretical and practical approach. It is in this context that the Diploma Programme computer science course aims to:

Provide opportunities for study and enhance creativity within a global context that will stimulate and challenge students developing the skills necessary for independent and lifelong learning.

Provide a body of knowledge, methods and techniques that characterizes computer science.

Enable students to apply and use a body of knowledge, methods and techniques that characterizes computer science.

Demonstrate initiative in applying thinking skills critically to identify and resolve complex problems.

Engender an awareness of the need for, and the value of, effective collaboration and communication in resolving complex problems.

Develop logical and critical thinking as well as experimental, investigative and problem-solving skills.

Develop and apply the students' information and communication technology skills in the study of computer science to communicate information confidently and effectively.

Raise awareness of the moral, ethical, social, economic and environmental implications of using science and technology.

Develop an appreciation of the possibilities and limitations associated with continued developments in IT systems and Computer Science.

 

Encourage an understanding of the relationships between scientific disciplines and the overarching nature of the scientific method.

Learning Outcome

The Diploma Programme Computer Science course adopts a significantly different approach to many other computer science courses.

Computer Science is seen as an experimental science. Therefore, it is expected that we use a wide range of practical activities to support the theoretical content.

Computational thinking is a problem-solving methodology that is applicable across a range of subject disciplines and underpins this course.

The six principles of computational thinking, identified by Jeanette Wing in her article “Computational thinking” are:

thinking procedurally

thinking logically

thinking ahead

thinking concurrently

thinking abstractly

                 thinking recursively

 

 

 

  Teaching Methodology


The computer science course is a combination of theory and practical based on the contemporary developments in the field. We follow interactive teaching methods and techniques with special emphasis on research in the following areas.

 

Web Designing & Development

JAVA Programming

Android App Development

SQL & MySQL

Web Development Using Python

Software Testing

Robotics and Machine learning.

Research oriented assignments.

 

 

 

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