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Information Communication Technology (ICT)

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Coding is considered as an essential skill of the future. Loganlea State High School has commenced preparing our junior cohort with those essential skills. Last year at Loganlea State High School Juniors developed fun and purposeful games, programmed robots and Arduinos and created simple websites. They learnt basic computer programming languages and concepts, developed computational thinking skills, designed, developed and evaluated projects and gained an understanding of how to use technology safely and respectfully.
Year 8 students develop knowledge on basic programming and computational thinking using Minecraft, composing programs that control a turtle (robot in a virtual environment) to complete various challenges like cutting down a hill or building a structure. This fun and engaging program is a good starting point for students developing code, solving problems and making games. Year 9 students learn various programming languages and complete various projects. Having the opportunity to engage in Learning and developing a simple website using HTML codes, developing their programing knowledge by programing a turtle in Mincraft to accomplish various challenges, Learning a new programing language (C++) and programming an Arduino and Sparkiduino (Robot), Developing their own app for an Android device.
Certificate I, II and III in Information, Digital Media and Technology. These qualifications provide the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in a wide range of general information and communications technology (ICT) functions and to achieve a degree of self-sufficiency as an advance ICT user. Students achieving at this level will be able to support information technology activities in the workplace across a wide range of ICT areas, including technical support, web technologies, software applications and digital media technologies.
​ ​ QCE Points:
Certificate I receive 2 points towards their QCE
Certificate II receive 4 points towards their QCE
Certificate III receive 8 points towards their QCE
A student completing all three Certificates may achieve 14 of their 20 QCE points.
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Last reviewed 06 December 2019
Last updated 06 December 2019