In this course students can gain up to 18 Achievement standard credits at Level 1 and gain merit and excellence edorsement if they get 14 or more merit or higher credits. It is expected that students passed ALL major projects on the Year 10 course. A Merit or more in the Scratch or Web projects is desirable as is Level 5 in Technology process. Students must have completed Code Avengers HTML/CSS Level 1. Students will need some credit on their Papercut account although printing is
minimal in this subject as work can be saved online for assessments. Students will need a 40 page clear file.
In this course students can gain up to 20 Achievement standard credits at Level 2 and can gain merit or excellence edorsement if they get 14 or more merit or higher credits. Students in this course also have a chance to gain 3 literacy credits.It is expected that all students passed ALL Achievement stadards on the DITCS101 course in 2014. A Merit is required in one of the Computer Science standards to adequately prepare themselves for the course this year.
Picture of Ryley used with her permission
In this course students can gain up to 20 Achievement standard credits at Level 3 and can gain merit or excellence edorsement if they get 14 or more merit or higher credits. It is expected that all students passed ALL Achievement standards on the DITCS201 course in 2015 to adequately prepare themselves for the course this year
Future Careers in Code
Grace Chung fuses a brilliant career at Google with her passion for music seen as dry and boring, but the reality is that it’s useful across a wide variety of careers and appeals to many different personalities.“We shouldn’t pigeonhole computer programmers into stereotypes,” says Grace, who is both a Google software engineer and a professional musician.She has performed in jazz clubs all around the world, from Hong Kong to Washington DC – wherever her coding job has taken her. “I fit music in between being a mum and my full-time role in technology,” she says. Text quoted from careers with code, link below.
The picture to the right is from Careers with code and all information on this page is from the DITCS course overview booklets linked under the "courses" tab in the navs