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Software Development VCE Units 3 & 4 (1 x 26 month NelsonNet Access Code Card)

By | Copyright Year:2020 | ISBN-13: 9780170441001

This is a printed card* to access the digital only version of Software Development VCE Units 3 & 4 Student Book.

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1 Introduction to programming
2 Development and features of a computer program
3 Software analysis
4 Software development: Software design
5 Software development and project evaluation
6 Cybersecurity risks
7 Software security


James Lawson is Head of Information Technology at Trinity Grammar, and has taught VCE IT since 1995. He has been an examiner for IT and has on a number of occasions presented at both Victorian Information Technology Teachers’ Association (VITTA) and the History Teachers’ Association of Victoria (HTAV).

Gary Bass teaches VCE Computing, Informatics and Software Development at Distance Education Centre, Victoria.

Selina Dennis teaches Software Development at Strathmore Secondary College.

Assoc. Prof. Therese Keane is an Educational Technology lecturer at Swinburne University. She holds a Doctorate in Education and her topic focused on ICT leadership in schools. Therese has worked in a variety of school settings; two of the schools in which she worked had Notebook programs. She is a former office holder in VITTA and has been a state councillor for the ICTEV (Information and Communications Technology in Education Victoria). She has presented numerous seminars and workshops for teachers involved in the teaching of Information Technology and educational technologies. Therese was the Assistant State Reviewer of Information Systems. She has also written several textbooks in all units of VCE Information Technology.

Anthony Sullivan is Head of Information Technology at The Peninsula School, Victoria.


By | ISBN-13: 9780170440943
Software Development VCE Units 3 & 4 fully reflects the scope and intent of the 2020 VCAA VCE Applied Computing study design and features a problem-solving methodology to create digital solutions in a range of contexts. You’ll also have access to FREE* NelsonNet resources to engage your students and provide you with valuable teaching tools. Teacher NelsonNet resources include: • Student book answers • Chapter tests with answers • Trial exam with answers • Sample assessment tasks with sample solutions. Students NelsonNet resources include: • Chapter review quizzes • Weblinks. *Complimentary access to NelsonNet is available to teachers who use the accompanying student book as a core resource in their classroom. Contact your education consultant for access codes and conditions.
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