Teacher in Charge: Miss C. Greenwood
Digital Technology helps students to acquire the skills, project management and design thinking skills used in fields such as Software Engineering, Website Development, Creative Technologies, Database Development and Computer Science.
There are three main areas of learning:
PROJECT MANAGEMENT: we aim to help students be iterative in their planning and development of their outcomes, using modified Agile methodology and digital tools.
USER EXPERIENCE METHODOLOGIES: students will learn the theory and practical around how to design and plan an outcome using UX methods. They will learn the reasons for designing outcomes based on user experience, iterative development and user feedback.
SKILL DEVELOPMENT: tying these all together is the chosen skill or skills that the student will develop, chosen from one (or two) of databases, creative media, or programming, and also learning about a chosen area of computer science.
Students will complete one overall design and development project during the year, along with one external exam.
Students will choose from one external below, during half of Term 3 which will be assessed in Term 4:
Course Assessment: 16 credits minimum, 19 credits maximum
Digital Technology is offered at Year 13, designed for University Entrance.
Future Careers: Computing, Programming, Computer Architecture, Systems Analysis, Software Development, Information Management Specialist, Database Administrator, Web Designer, Animations Specialist, PC Engineer, Network Engineer.
A large capacity USB or portable hard drive is advised.
It is recommended students have their own earphones or headphones.
It is recommended students attain an Adobe Creative Cloud License
|1 X USB (Min 8gb)||Voluntary||$10.00|
|Adobe Creative Cloud License||Voluntary||$8.00|
Computing, Programming, Computer Architecture, Systems Analysis, Software Development, Information Management Specialist, Database Administrator, Web Designer, Animations Specialist, PC Engineer, Network Engineer
We aim to enable every student to have the course that they prefer, however, some courses have limited places or pre-requisits that may restrict the student's choice.