Coding (Digital Technologies)

SACE Credits: 20

Teacher: Claire Kellaway

In this subject you will be collaborating to create practical innovative solutions to solving real world problems through designing, coding, validating, and evaluating these solutions. You will be involved in a project design where you will design and test a product or prototype and possibly implement it. The course covers four focus areas of computational thinking, design and programming, data analytics and project development which are all interconnected.


There is no exam in this subject. The final assessment is an individual project solution which is externally examined.


School Assessment (70%)

  • Assessment Type 1: Project Skills (50%)
  • Assessment Type 2: Collaborative Project (20%)

External Assessment (30%)

  • Assessment Type 3: Individual Digital Solution (30%)


The study of  Coding (Digital Technologies) may lead to further study in related higher education and enterprise and vocational education courses, such as Information Technology, Information Systems, Computer Science, Software Analysis and Design and Systems Analysis. It also is a sound basis for a range of careers in areas such as systems analysis, software engineering and interactive game development. Information technology will provide a useful foundation in other professions and fields, such as business and commerce, medicine, law, education and engineering.