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Woburn Tech Department

Technological Education at Woburn C.I.

Woburn C.I. offers a unique learning experience in technological education. Our courses allow students to broaden their minds by equipping them to solve open-ended problems in various technological areas. Students learn to work creatively and competently with technologies that are central to their lives. Students are also encouraged to supplement their classroom experiences by joining the various technology oriented clubs in the school and entering competitions. Woburn technology students have consistently performed well at inter-school, provincial, national and international competitions.

Although courses in technological education are optional, students should keep in mind that they can take any Grade 9-12 technological education course to fulfil the Group 3 additional compulsory credit requirement for the Ontario Secondary School Diploma.

Technology oriented clubs at Woburn C.I. include:

Terminology

The following terms are used on this site to describe some of the courses:

  • Broad-based: Courses that cover a broad spectrum within a subject area and enable students to develop a variety of transferable skills.
  • Emphasis: Broad-based courses that emphasize a particular area of a subject, but not to the exclusion of other areas.
  • Open: Courses that allow students to broaden their skills and knowledge in a subject that interests them and which may or may not be related to their post secondary path. There are no prerequisites.

Where to Begin

Everything begins with one introductory broad-based technology course in Grade 9 called Exploring Technologies (TIJ1O1). This course enables students to further explore and develop technological knowledge and skills introduced in the elementary science and technology program. Students are given the opportunity to design and create products and/or provide services related to the various technological areas, working with a variety of tools, and software commonly used in industry. Students will develop an awareness of environmental and societal issues, and will begin to explore secondary and postsecondary education and training pathways leading to careers in technology-related fields.

By taking this course, students will be introduced to the four main technology focus areas in this school, so that they can make an informed decision on which area to pursue for further technological studies beyond Grade 9. If a student has the time to only take one technology course in his/her four years of high school, this course is highly recommended. This course gives students broad knowledge and skills that will enhance their daily lives, enabling them to work on home renovations or car repair or to pursue technological hobbies.

Where to go from TIJ1O1

The technological education program in Grades 10-12 at Woburn C.I. branches out into four main areas:

  • Manufacturing Technology
  • Computer Technology
  • Technological Design
  • Transportation Technology

All the Grade 10 courses are open and broad-based. In Grades 11 and 12, a variety of broad-based and emphasis courses are offered. The Grade 11 courses can be taken with no prerequisites, but most of the Grade 12 courses have a Grade 11 prerequisite.

The following chart outlines the progression of technological education courses at Woburn C.I. Course descriptions can be found in the Technological Education section of the TDSB "Choices" booklet, and by clicking the course codes in the chart.


Technological Education Courses

Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

Grade 12

Manufacturing Technology (Open)

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TMJ2O1

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Computer Engineering Technology (Broad Based)

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TEJ3M1

TEJ4M1

Computer Engineering Technology (Electronics Emphasis)

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TEL3M1

TEL4M1

Computer Technology (Open)

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TEJ2O1

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Exploring Technologies (Open)

TIJ1O1

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Exploring Technologies (Gifted)

TIJ1O6

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Technological Design (Broad Based)

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TDJ2O1

TDJ3M1

TDJ4M1

Technological Design (Mechanical and Industrial Design)

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TDM3M1

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Technological Design (Robotics and Control Systems Design)

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TDR4M1

Transportation Technology (Open)

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TTJ2O1

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Transportation Technology (Auto Service)

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TTA3C1

TTA4C1

Transportation Technology (Two Credit - Workplace/College/Apprenticeship)

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TTJ4E2

Transportation Technology (Small Engines)

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TTS3C1

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Technological Education Department Faculty

Mr. F. Ferrari, OCT  Transportation Technology, Manufacturing Technology

Technological Design
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(416) 396-4575

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2222 Ellesmere Rd
Scarborough, ON
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Superintendent: Shirley Chan

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