Suitable for students who are interested in continuing with the design, construction, operation and use of robots and electronics, as well as computer systems for their control. sensory feedback and information processing. Completed projects in L2 Robotics and/or L2 Physics with a focus in Electronics OR HOD approval.
An interesting and challenging course, in which students with the right attitude and focus will learn about complex concepts, interfacing and techniques of electronic components, that will enable them to design, develop, construct and program robots and electronic products such as Printed Circuit Boards. They are expected to produce digital portfolios showing how they developed their solutions. Students will work in a project and theory based environment that fosters independence, inquiry, innovation and enterprise
$30 - This will cover the supplied materials and component costs of most of the projects undertaken as part of the course. However, any extra materials needed for self-directed and complex or large projects may require the purchase of extra or specialist components.
course leads to
University study and a wide variety of areas of tertiary study towards, in demand Digital technology related careers and jobs such as Computer Science,Information Science, Digital Infrastructure, Mechatronics/Robotics, Interactive Media, Engineering and Digital Technology Educator.
total number of credits
Mrs A. White