- Approx Cost:
- Students will need to have their own headphones.
- Technology Requirements:
- A laptop is of benefit for this course
- Entry Recommendations:
Completion of any Digital Technologies courses at year 11. Confidence in a wide range of common software may apply by negotiation with the TIC .
- Course Outline:
This course is designed for students who want to further develop their programming skills by developing a useful digital outcome. Students will extend their grasp of modular program design, creation and testing. Students will learn how to create a database and manipulate data in it using a computer program. An understanding of a range of computer science concepts will also be developed.
Topics will include:
- Modular programming with methods and functions
- Relational databases
- Iterative (on-going) process to develop a digital outcome
- Project Management Tools
- Planning, documenting and creating modular computer programs
- Using indexed data structures such as lists
- Testing procedures
- Relational database design and development
- Problem solving through the technological design process
It is expected that students will engage with their projects beyond class time.
- Where Does It Lead:
Year 13 Digital Technologies (Programming and Computer Science) DTP301.
- For further information see:
- Mrs Davey