Digital Technologies is a dedicated subject area for the
in-depth study of computer science and information technologies. It is offered
in all year levels for students to improve and specialise their
Students studying subjects in the digital technologies
will develop knowledge and understanding and practise skills that will apply to
future technologies. They
will evaluate its use of and impacts on the world.
Digital Technologies will help students to:
apply systems, design and computational thinking to digital problems in a variety of contexts
explore, develop, generate and evaluate digital solutions using current technologies
develop specific coding skills used in solving digital problems
Technologies (7-10) and Digital Solutions (11-12) is the study of data, digital
systems, application development, robotics and user experiences in the context
of environmental, social, technical and useability constraints.
In Year 9/10 Digital Technologies is an elective. Students further develop Web Development skills, use Lego Mindstorms Robotics and work on Data Management problems. Digital Solutions to problems are explored, developed with prototype applications generated and evaluated.
For further information regarding Digital Technology
subjects, please refer to the relevant curriculum handbooks.
Head of Department Digital Technologies Ross Hallmond email@example.com