Master IGCSE ICT with POINTS Edulab

Welcome to POINTS Edulab, where our dedicated team is committed to guiding students through the IGCSE Information and Communication Technology (ICT) curriculum. Our approach is focused on understanding the vital role of technology in society and its applications in various domains. Students at POINTS Edulab engage in both practical and theoretical studies, solving real-life problems using common software tools. We emphasize developing lifelong skills, preparing our students not just for exams, but for a future where technology is an integral part of everyday life.



Our teaching methodology

At POINTS Edulab, our teaching methodology is tailored to meet individual student needs:

  1. Customized Road Map
    Each student receives a personalized learning plan based on their strengths and areas for improvement.
  2. Concept Building
    We focus on deep understanding rather than rote learning, ensuring students grasp the fundamental concepts of ICT.
  3. Practice Worksheets
    Regular worksheets help reinforce concepts and provide hands-on experience.
  4. Doubt Solving
    Interactive sessions are held to address and clear any doubts students might have
  5. Practice Tests
    Regular tests are conducted to prepare students for the IGCSE ICT exams and to assess their understanding of the curriculum.

About curriculum

Why IGCSE ICT Matters
In today’s digitally-driven world, ICT is more than just a subject – it’s a vital skill. Understanding and mastering ICT equips students with the ability to navigate the technological landscape of the modern world confidently. This course lays a foundation for various higher education paths and careers, as it covers a broad spectrum of topics from the basics of computer systems to the complexities of emerging technologies.
Structure of the IGCSE ICT Curriculum
The IGCSE ICT curriculum is designed to foster a comprehensive understanding of information technology and communication systems. It involves practical tasks where students learn to analyze, design, implement, test, and evaluate ICT systems. The syllabus is continually updated to reflect current ICT thinking and includes topics like computer networks, hardware, software, and the ethical implications of technology. The course ensures that students are well-versed in both theoretical knowledge and practical skills.

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