IT at VCEx - AEG1669F-Computing-Method

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Based on progressions points
-

learning statements
that indicate what a student should be able to
achieve at each level.



No set assessment, the way in which the teacher
determines whether a progression point has been
met is up to the teacher.



No external reporting, reporting is strictly between
the school and the parent.



VELS encourages curriculum that assesses a wide
range of domains and dimensions



Very much subject specific content



Students assessed against outcomes



Reporting to the parents, and VCAA,



Assessment is based on SAC’s, Exams, and to
an extent teacher observation (not for a study
score)




Students must achieve a Satisfactory in 16 units
over a two year period (generally)



Students must obtain a satisfactory in English
units 1 or 2 and units 3 & 4, plus 3 other Unit 3
& 4 sequences



Receiving an S for an outcome is very different
to passing a SAC that is designed to assess a
particular outcome.


SAC


School Assessed Coursework, generally one piece of
assessment designed to assess one outcome at units 1, 2, 3 or
4



A SAC could be an exam at year 11 or 12, but is very
different to the Year 12 VCAA exam



At Years 11 assessment in the form of a S or an N is
submitted to VCAA.



At Year 12 in addition to an S or N a Score is submitted to
VCAA to contribute to the students overall study scores.



Study scores are then calculated using the SAC results and
the students Exam result


Unit One


IT in Action



Unit Two


IT Pathways



Unit Three & Four


IT Applications





or


Unit Three & Four


Software Development



Outcome 1


On completion of this unit the student should be able
to select data from sets, design solutions and use a range of
spreadsheet functions to develop solutions that meet specific
purposes



Outcome 2


On completion of this unit the student should be able
to recommend a networked information system for a specific use
and explain possible security threats to this networked
information system



Outcome 3


On completion of this unit the student should be able
to contribute collaboratively to the design and development of a
website that presents an analysis of a contemporary ICT issue and
substantiates
theteam’s

point of view





Outcome 1


On completion of this unit the student should
be able to apply the problem
-
solving methodology and use
appropriate software tools to create data and visualisations
that meet an individuals needs



Outcome 2


On completion of this unit the student should
be able to design and develop using a programming
scripting language, limited solutions record the learning
progress electronically and explain possible career pathways
that require the use of programming or scripting skills.



Outcome 3


On completion of this unit the student should
be able to work collaboratively and apply the problem
solving methodology to create an ICT solution taking into
account client feedback.


Outcome 1


On completion of this unit the
student should be able to apply stages of the
problem solving methodology to create a
prototype website that meets an online
communities needs and explain the technical
requirements to support the hosting of this website



Outcome 2


On completion of this unit the
student should be able to design, and develop
using a relational database management system, a
solution to an information problem and discuss
why and how data is acquired via websites.


50
marks



Outcome 1


On completion of this unit the
students should be able to use selected software to
solve an ongoing information problem, and
evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of the
solution in meeting the information needs of an
organisation



Outcome 2


On completion of this unit the
student should be able to evaluate the effectiveness
of strategies used by organisations to manage the
storage, communication and disposal of data
information, and recommend improvement to
current practices


Unit 1 & 2


an S or N submitted to VCAA indicating that
the student has demonstrated the key knowledge and skills
as outlined in the Study Design



Units 3 & 4


an S or N submitted to VCAA indicating that
the student has demonstrated the key knowledge and skills
as outline in the Study Design, and a study score indicating
how well they have demonstrated that understanding.


SAC’s completed for Units 3 & 4 will contribute 25% towards the
students study score for each unit


Unit 3


Outcome 1 50 marks




Outcome 2 50marks


Unit 4


Outcome 1 40 marks


Outcome 2 60 marks


The end of year examination will contribute a further 50% towards
the students study score.