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Applied Computing 1&2

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Overview

Computing provides students with the skills they need to adapt to our changing industries, markets and economies. These skills include problem solving, digital literacy, communication, marketing, planning, project management and teamwork. Students are provided with practical opportunities to create digital solutions for real-world problems that can be transferred to a wide range of industries and environments.

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  • Commencing 30 January 2023
  • Duration 2 Semesters
  • Hours per week Live lessons are 2 periods per week and self-paced is 4-6 hours
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  • Department Computing

Unit focus areas

Applied Computing Unit 1 - Data analysis and programming

Applied Computing Unit 2 - Innovative solutions and network security

Pre-requisites

There are no pre-requisites for Applied Computing Units 1 and 2 and can be studied as a standalone subject or as preparation for Software Development Units 3 and 4, or Algorithmics Units 3 and 4.

Assessments

All assessments are school-based, with the award of satisfactory completion for the units based on whether the student has demonstrated proficiency in the key knowledge and key skills.

Enrolments and assessments

Some important information regarding enrolments and assessments.

Using the Victorian Assessment Software System (VASS), a student is enroled in each of their subjects with both (a) a home school and (b) an assessing school. For more information about enrolments and assessments and what needs to be completed please click the button below to read further information

Integrating technology for learning

The Haileybury Pangea learning community has been designed from the ground up by our brilliant teachers working alongside international researchers in blended learning.

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