Computing

Students at Parramatta Marist study Information and Software Technology during year 9 and 10, which is taught within a Project Based Learning Model, combined with Catholic Studies to be CathTech. Students work on projects using different types of technology to create Information Technology products of a high level that are seen by real audiences.  The skills learnt in this subject are transferred to other subjects and used by students to enhance the quality of their work.

 

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Content studied:

  • Digital Media: Students learn to use different types of graphics such as Photoshop and Illustrator (see below for a sample of work), Video and animation
  • Programming: Students learn to create a computer game which is played by students within the school. 
  • The Internet and Website Development: Students learn different ways of creating a website
  • Authoring and Multimedia: Students create interactive products such as ebooks and dvds.

 

 


Subjects offered in Year 11 and 12 at Parramatta Marist

  • Industrial Technology (Multimedia)
  • Information Processes and Technology
  • Software Design and Development