Grade 12 Courses

grade 12 idm

 

ADVANCED INTERACTIVE DIGITAL ASSET CREATION 40S

DM098V4S

Kick your assets to the next level! This course will help make your app, game, or web project really stand out. Students will learn how to develop motion graphics, apply digital painting techniques, and incorporate special effects and audio scores into video. In addition, students will create video using cinematic techniques, 2D vector artwork, and Foley art for video.

ADVANCED CODING FOR INTERACTIVE DIGITAL MEDIA 40S

DM099V4S

Learn how to improve online search rankings with search engine optimization (SEO) techniques from the experts. SEO! The focus of AAGC4S is the overall production processes surrounding web site design and app development including: layout, navigation, interactivity and an introduction to the “back-end” structure of web sites and apps. Hands on activities will focus on creating dynamic and personalized media projects, utilizing current industry standards, development of apps for IOS and Android devices. The future of software is “the App.” Students will also be introduced to embedding games, interactive media, video and graphics into web site. Additionally, students will post content in a content management system such as WordPress.

Course Outline: Adv Coding for IDM 40S

DIGITAL VOICES

DM100V4S & DM101V4S

Digital Voices is comprised of the following 2 new “Interactive Digital Media” courses:

  • INTERACTIVE DIGITAL MEDIA PROJECT MANAGEMENT 40S (DM100V4S)

  • FUTURES IN INTERACTIVE DIGITAL MEDIA 40S (DM101V4S)

Innovation, flexibility and creativity! Digital Voices is a unique 2 credit block digital media course designed for students interested in project-based learning. Learn how to plan, create and promote a project of their choice (i.e., App Development, create a Short Movie, etc) while experimenting with cutting-edge digital technology. Create digital media projects by combining web 2.0 portfolio development tools and trending digital media tools including: web management platforms, digital photography, image manipulation, app development, augmented reality, video-editing, sound-editing, animation, motion graphics, special effects and vector design. Students will have an opportunity to collaborate with peers and experts in the industry through in-person meetings, social media and video conferencing.

Students of the Digital Voices course have worked with representatives of Disney, Sesame Street, Project WhiteCard, the Canadian Space Agency, Bell Media, TakingITGlobal, Microsoft Partners in Learning, Red River College, Carol Todd, MediaSmarts, the University of Winnipeg and have presented their projects on the set of CBC’s Dragon Den and at the Canadian Facebook HQ.  Get connect by visiting: www.digitalvoices.ca and www.soapboxED.org. Please see Mr. Leduc for more information.

Course Outline:  Digital Voices Course Outline 2015

Digital Media Project Management & Futures in Interactive Digital Media Rubric:  DM100V4S DM101V4S RUBRIC

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