|Description||Students develop and apply their creativity and creative thinking in Digital Technologies through visualising possibilities, exploring innovations, and creating digital solutions.
Students use computational thinking skills and strategies to identify, deconstruct, and solve problems that are of interest to them. They analyse and evaluate data, test hypotheses, make decisions based on evidence, and create solutions. Through the study of Digital Technologies, students are encouraged to take ownership of problems and design, code, validate, and evaluate their solutions. In doing so, they develop and extend their understanding of designing and programming, including the basic constructs involved in coding, array processing, and modularisation.
Digital Technologies promotes learning through an initiative, collaboration, creativity, and communication using project- and inquiry-based approaches.