Information Processing General Outcomes

PHILOSOPHY AND RATIONALE
Information Processing 10 significantly overlaps the provincially developed Information Processing strand of Career and Technology Studies (CTS). Philosophy, rationale. general outcomes, and assessment instruments(rubrics) are derived from the provincially developed course with variations in delivery, instructional time, and level of difficulty to meet the needs of Grade 10 students.

GENERAL OUTCOMES
Within an applied context relevant to personal goals, aptitudes and abilities; the student in Information Processing 10 will:

  • demonstrate the basic knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for achievement and fulfillment in personal life
  • use technology effectively to link and apply appropriate tools, management and processes to produce a desired outcome
  • develop basic competencies by:
  • managing learning
  • managing resources
  • communicating effectively
  • working with others
  • demonstrating responsibility

SPECIFIC OUTCOMES
INF1020 Keyboarding 1
Detailed Outcomes
50% 3 ALL KEYS Tests scored over 20 wpm. Tests must be passed consecutively within the same five day period.
40% Exercises, drills, timings.
10% Workstation Routines

INF2030 Keyboarding 2
Detailed Outcomes
50% 6 ALL KEYS Tests scored over 30 wpm. Tests must be passed consecutively within the same five day period.
40% Exercises, drills, timings.
10% Workstation Routines

INF1030 Word Processing 1
Detailed Outcomes
10% Planning
50% Final Project: A portfolio
30% Technical Skills
10% Workstation Routines

INF1040 Graphic Tools
Detailed Outcomes
10% Planning
50% Final Project: A portfolio
30% Technical Skills
10% Workstation Routines

INF1060 Spreadsheet 1
Detailed Outcomes
45% Technical Skills: Creation
45% Technical Skills: Manipulation
10% Workstation Routines

INF1070 HyperMedia Tools
Detailed Outcomes
10% Storyboard
50% Final Project
30% Technical Skills
10% Workstation Routines

INF2200 Information Highway 2
Detailed Outcomes
70% Design Skills and Editing; text, graphics, style; accuracy, grammar, quality
20% Planning: research, preparation, basic functions
10% Workstation Routines

ASSESSMENT
Each module is a one credit course and will be assessed with cumulative averaging. Final grades will be assigned to completed modules only. Assessment weightings/rubrics are derived from the provincially developed courses.

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