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Digital Technologies - Below satisfactory - Years 5 and 6

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can explain the fundamentals of digital system components (hardware, software and networks) and how digital systems are connected to form networks (WS3). The student can explain how digital systems …

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Digital project: Scratch game - BELOW

Students designed a game for a buddy using Scratch visual programming language. They selected a challenge from three options and defined the problem. They designed and implemented the digital solution and recorded their development process.

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Digital project: Learning tool - BELOW

Students collaboratively designed a learning tool featuring branching and repetition. The learning tool aimed to provide opportunities for players (Year 3 and 4 students) to explore, practise and apply mathematical concepts and skills (multiplication …

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Presentation: School system - BELOW

Throughout the year, students have been using and considering the purpose of a range of digital system components and how these components can be connected. Students were asked to verbally explain and justify the classroom network.

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Worksheet: Whole numbers - BELOW

Students were introduced to whole numbers using a CS Unplugged video and unplugged group activities. Students completed a worksheet to assess their understanding of binary numbers.

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