Length: Full Year (20 SACE credits)
Contact: Technologies Leader
Satisfactory completion of Year 10 Digital Technology and /or Stage 1 Digital Technology is recommended. Those with no experience will be guided through the basics.
In Stage 2 Digital Technologies students create practical, innovative solutions to problems of interest. By extracting, interpreting, and modelling real-world data sets, students identify trends and examine sustainable solutions to problems in, for example, business, industry, the environment, and the community.
They investigate how potential solutions are influenced by current and projected social, economic, environmental, scientific, and ethical considerations, including relevance, originality, appropriateness, and sustainability.
Digital technologies have changed the ways that people think, work, and live. The application of digital technologies can lead to discoveries, new learning, and innovative approaches to understanding and solving problems.
The study of Digital Technologies provides a platform for deep interdisciplinary learning. Students make connections with innovation in other fields and across other learning areas.
Students’ performance will be determined according to the subject’s Performance Standards, as outlined by the SACE Board. Grades A+ to E- will be used for reporting purposes.
- Two Specialised Skills Tasks
- Design Process (Folio) and Solution.
Note: School fees cover the basic learning objectives, although payments will be required to cover the cost of any additional materials.