Information and Communications Technology (ICT)

Information and Communications Technology 9 & 10

This course is open to grade 9/10 students interested in advancing their computer skills. In grade 8, students were given a small sample of the types of projects to be studied in more detail in ICT9/10. Topics include web design, programming, 3D animation and modeling, and digital communications. Software used could be Python, Blender, Gimp, Open Office, and Linux.

Information and Communications Technology 11

Information and Communications Technology 11 involves the study of how information is created, processed and transmitted by computers. There are four major areas of study:
• Applied Digital Communications
• Digital Media Development – including Web Design
• Computer Information Systems
• Computer Programming

The course will be useful to anyone pursuing science, math or technology courses after high school. Some of the technologies used in the course are HTML, JavaScript, Java, Gimp GameMaker and Blender.

Information and Communications Technology 12

Information and Communications Technology 12 continues with the same four themes introduced in Information and Communications Technology 11.   This course is for students who plan to continue the study of computer science or software engineering at the postsecondary level.   The material in this course may also provide evidence that can be used for inclusion in the Graduation Portfolio.

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