Year 13 Creative Digital Technology
Teacher in Charge: A. Kyd
This course will give students the opportunity to further develop expertise in their chosen area of digital technology. Students are given the opportunity to select and develop one or two projects, with topics based on personal interests and skill levels. Students will arrive at outcomes guided by a brief while following a design process or iterative methodology, as appropriate. Topics also introduced will be user experience design, big data, AI, and societal implications of technology.
Students will gain expertise in their choice of the following: digital art and animation (Adobe software), website development (html,css,js), game development (Unity/Godot/HTML/JS), robotics and programming.
Students will learn about and apply project management techniques to manage their time and projects, working either individually or collaboratively.
Contributions and Equipment
A4 or A3 Visual Diary
Recommended Prior Learning
12CDT is of advantage. Otherwise, students will need to have confidence in any ONE of the following: animating, digital art, Adobe apps, 3D modelling, game programming, coding.
This course is eligible for subject endorsement.
This course is approved for University Entrance.
Total Credits Available: 22 credits.
Externally Assessed Credits: 3 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 19 credits.
Web developer, Software developer, Animator, Graphic design, Game Developer, Gaming artist, Virtual reality developer, Social media manager, Digital marketing, E-commerce, IT support, IT Project manager, Database administrator, Computer programmer, Engineer (various), User experience designer,