This semester length course is aimed at students who have successfully completed Year 10 Programming for Real Life and wish to continue studying Digital Technologies, allowing them to engage in a full year of Digital Technologies at Year 10 if they wish. A good understanding of the basic constructs of programming. A ‘4’ or better in Year 10 Programming for Real Life OR Year 10 DigiTech Girls.
Ever wondered how critical response teams respond to events and how the use
of technology is enhancing this across the world? Be it an environmental disaster,
a major world event or finding a lost person in inaccessible terrain or at sea, learn
how programmers are vital in emergency response.
Students will use current innovations in technology, including drones and virtual
reality hardware, and apply their programming skills to these to solve a real-life
problem, such as an emergency response scenario. They will need to
deconstruct various problems, visualise possibilities, and work collaboratively,
using their initiative and creativity, to develop practical and effective digital
solutions in response to a problem. This subject could link closely with other
subjects, such as environmental science, depending on the problem presented.
Inquiring & Analysing
Creating the Solution