DTM2 - Digital Technologies Media

Entry Requirements:
Open entry to Year 12 students, subject to HOF approval.
Level:
NCEA 2
Type:
Optional
Duration:
Full Year
Invitation Only:
No
Assessment:
Achievement Standard
Credits:
up to 25
Endorsement:
Yes
Leads To:
Digital Technologies Applied (NCEA 3), Digital Technologies Media (NCEA 3)

To enable students to select and competently use the major MEDIA programs appropriately in order to communicate information. Advanced skills will be developed to allow the seamless transfer of information between applications as well as the ability to design appropriate layouts with the end user in mind. The use of media is rapidly expanding and approximately half of this course will be based on developing advanced skills in various forms of media use. This may include Website design, Print Media as well as the use of Video and Audio Media. Much of this will be based on using the Adobe Creative suite of software and Expression Web. Students will develop skills in communication, design, research and problem solving.

Available Standards:

Some or all of the following will be offered
Title Description Level Credits Assessment U.E. Reading U.E. Writing
2786 Create and use a computer database to solve a problem 2 3 Internal No No
29777 Use the main features and functions of a database application to create and test a database 2 3 Internal No No
91356 Develop a conceptual design for an outcome 2 6 Internal No No
91367 Demonstrate understanding of advanced concepts of information systems used to manage shared information 2 3 External No No
91891 Apply conventions to develop a design for a digital technologies outcome 2 3 Internal No No
91893 Use advanced techniques to develop a digital media outcome 2 4 Internal No No
91899 Present a summary of developing a digital outcome 2 3 External No No
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(*) Last Reviewed: July 1, 2019

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