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Presentation: Systems - AT

Throughout the term, students were introduced to various digital systems and their use. Students were asked to identify software and hardware then demonstrate how to use a digital system for a specific purpose at school.

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Digital project: Organising ideas - AT

Students generated a digital mind map as a way to display pictorial data. They collected data about known places around the school in the form of digital photos taken using a tablet computer. They used an app to create a mind map to represent these data. …

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Digital project: The beach - AT

Students collected data about what they found on the beach and presented the data as an information product.

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Digital Technologies - Satisfactory - Foundation to Year 2

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can identify how common digital systems (hardware and software) are used to meet specific purposes (WS4). The student uses digital systems to represent simple patterns in data in different ways (WS1, …

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Digital project: Bee-Bot - AT

Students explored the concept of sequencing steps and decisions using Bee-Bots. They worked in groups to solve progressively more complex routes using grids on paper. Students then programmed the Bee-Bots to navigate grids created on the floor using masking …

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