The Technologies Curriculum Overview

The Year 7-10 Technologies curriculum at Darul Ulum College of Victoria ranges from a variety of topic areas and comprises of Design & Technologies and Digital Technologies. Learning offered to Darul Ulum students have been diverse with individual and group based projects.

Year 7

As part of their Digital Technologies unit, year 7 students will learn about basic desktop environments, basic operations and core application tasks using Microsoft Windows. Students will further develop their research, office and multimedia skills using industry standard software. Also, as part of Design Technologies, students embark on promotional design concepts as well as flow charting and basic database skills.

Year 8

Digital Technologies students will further build on their desktop environment, basic operations and core application tasks knowledge. Also, building on their research, office and multimedia skills using industry standard software, students will also demonstrate their graphic skills and explore the impact on society technology has made. The Design Technologies unit allows students to explore and become creative thinkers by designing and demonstrating their ideas about the production and development of Food and Fiber industries.

Year 9

Darul Ulum aims to impart the necessary skills, such as, research, Microsoft Office, graphic, database skills and flow charting and programming as well as building on their existing desktop environment knowledge. Imparting this knowledge will equip students to be responsible digital citizens.