[vet-mm] PixelEd Day at the VITTA Conference Wed Nov 26th
claire at warrandytehigh.vic.edu.au
Sun Oct 26 10:20:10 EST 2008
Like you, PixelEd is focussing on the Cert 3 course.
Of the Year 11 electives, we thought that CUFANM303A Create 3D digital
models and CUFRES201A Collect for broadcast or publication had less
to offer in terms of preparing for the Year 12 scored assessment.
And once again, that's not to denigrate those Units, they will suit some
teachers and students very well and there are lots of innovative ways
they could be presented. And it's possible to make links between these
and the new year 12 course. It's just that we saw other elective units
as being more applicable.
CUFDIG201A Maintain interactive content is the most obvious one for
introducing web authoring, so it would be a good idea to include it in
the year 11 course.
However, I think you need to read up on all of them to decide which
best suits you and your students eg ICAU3126B has very broad application
and would be an opportunity for those who want to persue scripting
Electives: select at least TWO electives to a minimum of 80 hours
CUFANM303A Create 3D digital models 75
CUVCOR08B Produce drawings to represent and communicate 60
CUFSOU301A Prepare audio assets 30
CUFCMP301A Implement copyright arrangements 20
CUFDIG201A Maintain interactive content 30
ICAU3126B Use advanced applications 40
CUFRES201A Collect for broadcast or publication 20
BSBDES201A Follow a Design Process 40
Paul Maxted wrote:
>Ok Thanks Claire. Things are becoming clearer now after reading that.
>I will be doing the Cert III over two years and haven't chosen the modules
>yet. The learning curve on a true 3D program like Blender is frightening.
>I have moderately weak bunch of students coming into year 11 who would not
>handle the 3D well.
>Would you mind listing the modules that you are considering for the
>yr11-Yr12 sequence? That way I can be prepared by reading them.
>>OK the "special" day just means that VITTA have scheduled as many sessions
>>as they could that are relevant to MM. This means you could attend on just
>>this day and access lots of useful sessions. They also have a primary
>>focussed day and a techies day. Still run a variety of things that cater
>>to a wide audience but try to concentrate particular ones for a particular
>>group on a particular day.
>>PixelEd have tried to look for a selection of Year 11 electives that best
>>lead onto Year 12 and doing as well as possible in the scored assessment
>>especially the exam. We realise some teachers love 3D and kids would enjoy
>>it as well but we didn't think 3D was the best elective to prepare for
>>year 12. However, sounds good for your particular situation with your
>>other VET offerings etc.
>>3D lovers please don't shoot us down, yes the 3D unit will have some
>>relevance to Year 12, we just thought there were better ones, if you have
>>your eye on yr 12 and study scores.
>>This would be a good issue to discuss at VITTA.
>>>Paul Maxted <pmaxted at delasalle.melb.catholic.edu.au> wrote:
>>>The reason I thought it might be special event is the ad. on pg.29 of
>>>VITTA conference booklet which suggests that a separate program is being
>>>run in parallel with VITTA sessions. So my mistake there.
>>>For me the most important session this year will be session 3414 - Shift
>>>is Happening. I hope that we can brainstorm some ideas for tasks in the
>>>new modules. In particular, what is common with the old course and new
>>>For example, I have budgeted for Punch! Building and Landscape Design
>>>software for CUFANM303A - Create 3D digital models. I haven't had enough
>>>time to think it through completely but students will be asked to draw a
>>>home to a clients specification then make this in CAD in 3D with a
>>>walk through. At our college we have a VCAL program and VET Building and
>>>Construction Cert. II program so this software can be used by other
>>>students as well if it meets the requirements of CUFANM303A.
>>>I feel quite daunted having to write the whole course again so any help
>>>fast track this will be most appreciated.
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