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COMPUTER ENGINEERING 2017-2018

Computer Technology  TEJ2O: In this entry level course, students build, troubleshoot, and repair computers. Students will also explore logic gates and circuits using Arduino boards, 3D printers, and other devices. Basic programming in html and Java is offered.

Computer Engineering  TEJ3M/3E: Students learn how to build, troubleshoot, and repair computers. Students explore binary, logic gates and circuits using Arduino boards, 3D printers, Laser engravers VR goggles, Drones, and other wired/wireless digital devices. Advanced programming in html, Java, Ruby, and Python will be offered. This course would be of interest to students thinking about a career working with computers.

The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 And 12: Technological Educatio

CDDHS Computer Technology Pathway

COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY 2017-2018

Communications Technology  TGJ2O  (Film): Students explore the world of film, television, and radio using cameras, lighting and sound equipment.  Students script, story-board, shoot, and edit videos for “in house” use. This course also partners with Youth Fusion to produce content for film festivals as well as our own Media Night.

Communications Technology  TGJ3M/3O  (Film): Explore the world of film, television, and radio using cameras, lighting and sound equipment. Students create videos with visual effects, graphics, sound effects, proper lighting, set design, and explore jobs in the film industry. Students script, story-board, shoot, and edit videos for “in house” use. Students also explore 360 and VR technologies.  This course partners with Youth Fusion to produce content for local and regional film festivals, as well as our own Media Night.

Communications Technology  TGJ4M/4O  (Film): Focused study on film, television, and radio careers using cameras, lighting and sound equipment. Students script, story-board, shoot, and edit videos. Students create videos with visual effects, graphics, sound effects, proper lighting, set design, and investigate  careers in the film industry. Students also explore 360, Stop Motion, VR and Drone technologies. This course partners with Youth Fusion to produce content for local and regional film festivals, as well as our own Media Night. Students thinking about career studies in film / media / journalism use this course to build a portfolio.

The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 And 12: Technological Educatio

CDDHS Communications Technology Pathways

Courses Offered

Course Code

Course Name

Course Level

TEJ2O1 Computer Technology Open to all
TGJ2O1 Communication Technology Open to all
TEJ3E1 Computer Technology Workplace
TGJ3M1 Communication Technology College/University
TGJ3O1 Communication Technology: Broadcast and Print Open to all
TGJ4M1 Communications Technology College/University
TGJ4O1 Communications Technology: Digital Imagery and Web Open to all