Term 1: Electronics
You will learn about electronic interfacing by constructing a microprocessor controlled system. There will be two assessments; a practical and a theory showing understanding
Term 2: Programming
You will learn basic programming concepts by planning and creating Python programs.
Term 3: Web and media
You will learn about HTML / CSS and Photoshop along with investigating a range of media and file types. There is one assessment; construct a web page
Term 4: External
You will apply knowledge learnt throughout the course to write a report with evidence to support the external portfolio
WHAT WILL I LEARN?
You will learn to write computer programs
You will develop electronic skills and problem solving strategies.
You will develop photoshop skills and learn to integrate these in the web.
WHAT SHOULD I HAVE DONE ALREADY?
There are no pre-requisites for this course.
The content for all units can be found on www.nzqa.govt.nz/framework
External Assessments will be a written portfolio
There will usually not be an opportunity for reassessment.
See the NCEA Student Handbook for more details.
There is no reassessment opportunity for students who do not hand work in on time.
Each unit will have a deadline and you will be given these closer to the start of each topic. Deadlines, obviously must be met.
Authenticity and Appeals:
Assessment work completed must be your own work.
These issues are dealt with by the college’s assessment procedures.
Read your NCEA Student Handbook for details.
To achieve Course Endorsement, you will need at least 14 credits including the external
WHERE DOES THIS COURSE LEAD?
This course leads onto Level 2 Computing.
For All indicative course costs please see the Course Costs Page.