ICSU Technology Mission


It is the mission of ICSU to utilize technology to enhance the learning process. We are committed to preparing our community of learners to exhibit a Biblical worldview as responsible citizens, maximize productivity, advance communication, promote critical thinking, and foster collaboration by integrating technology.  We know that education, being the pursuit of truth, is provided in the context that Jesus Christ is the absolute Truth.


TECHNOLOGY

International Christian School Uijeongbu (ICSU) is proud to provide our students and faculty the technology tools to support our school’s mission.

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Student Work

Computer Network\ Campus Wide WiFi

Our network infrastructure can handle the demand of our technology program. The infrastructure consists of high capacity cables that will support 10 gigabits of data a second, Cisco networking equipment, the global leader in Internet networks, and Cisco wireless access points. With the combination of higher capacity cables, top-grade networking equipment, campus-wide WiFi connected to the fastest broadband connection in the world, the school is capable of providing faculty and students all the resources they need, quickly and reliably.

1:1 Chromebook Initiative

We wanted to provide our students a simple, secure, Internet connected device when we first proposed our 1-to-1 computer initiative (1-to-1 means each student has access to their own computing device for learning). We decided on Chromebooks--a computer laptop with software developed by Google. Now students in grades 4 to 8 have a classroom set of Chromebooks. While students in high school have their own Chromebooks with the option to take their devices home each night. Since the introduction of these learning tools teachers and students in grades 4th-12th are changing how they learn together in and out of the classroom. Kindergarten to grade 3 use iPads in class.

Classroom Technology

In every classroom there is fast stable wired and wireless access to the internet, Interactive Whiteboard, speakers, and a bright new HDMI digital projector. The new projector allows for wireless projection technology, like Apple TV, Chromecast, and the Aries Pro. Teachers and students are able to broadcast their screens for all to observe, which changes the way they share and learn.

Technology Labs

In addition to our 1:1 Chromebooks for 4th-12th grade all grades have access to our computer lab of 20 student Apple iMacs (21.5” screens) running the latest MacOS, an iPad mobile lab of 20 iPads running the latest iOS version, and an Art/Yearbook Lab of 6 PCs running Adobe InDesign and Artrage.

Future Plans

In the coming months we plan to incorporate STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) into the curriculum. One project to fulfill this vision is to upgrade our current science lab with new furniture and lab equipment to give our students a proper science lab. Another project in the works is to renovate a classroom to make an ‘Innovation Lab’ where courses in robotics, electronics, mechatronics, digital imaging, 3D animation/modeling, video editing/production would be held.  And we also plan to provide K-3rd grades with classroom sets of tablets and laptops to fulfill  this vision.

We are enthusiastic for our plans to help our ICSU community learn and thrive using technology. If you have any questions about the technology at ICSU, please contact the IT Director at john.yoo@icsujb.org

ICSU Summative Websites

The high school technology class is learning how to create webpages and websites, using HTML. The following are Fall Semester websites, created by our students:

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