Digital Technologies 2

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Mr A. Simpson


You should have taken the DT1 course, and gained the majority of the credits available. If you did not take the DT1 course, or achieved fewer than 14 credits in that course, you will need HOD approval.

Digital Technologies is the study of how computers work; how they can be programmed; and how they can be used to manage, process and present information.

The DGT2 course focuses on:
Further website design (using HTML, CSS, PHP and Javascript)
Database design (using SQL)
Further programming (using Python - Pygame)
Computer Science topics (e.g. binary, ASCII, UniCode, data compression, data encryption)

This course builds upon the skills and knowledge learnt in the DGT1 course. The course requires students to be self-motivated and to work independently.

2022 Digital Technology Trip - USA - Silicon Valley
• Year 12 & 13 Digital Technology Students
• Term 3/4 Holidays

Course Overview

Term 1
Programming a complex game using Java
Creation of a complex HTML and CSS websites

Term 2
Creation of a complex HTML and CSS websites
Creation of MySQL databases and integration with websites

Term 3
Creation of MySQL databases and integration with websites
Computer Science Concepts

Term 4
Computer Science Concepts

Learning Areas:



Digital Technologies 3

Career Pathways

Electrical Engineer, Secondary School Teacher, User Experience Designer, Network Administrator, Information Technology Helpdesk/Support Technician, Information Technology Manager, Systems Administrator, Software Developer, Game Developer

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery

No fees. No equipment required (although having access to a computer at home will be useful for continuing classwork at home)

Pathway Tags

Web Developer, Software Developer, Game Developer, User Experience Designer, Systems Engineer, Systems Administrator, Network Administrator, IT Manager, IT Support