The technology at Browning prepares Upper School boys to be lifelong learners who are responsible for their own learning. Upon graduating from Browning students should have a deep understanding of technology, which includes being skilled in accessing and processing information, confident when using new technological tools, and efficient global communicators. Browning uses Google Apps for e-mail, calendar, and word processing, and presentations. Students continue to use Moodle, Browning's online classroom management system to check and submit assignments. Podcasts, movies, other Web 2.0 technologies are used to increase collaboration and communication amongst students and faculty.
Form III meets three times in a two-week cycle for one trimester in Browning's computer lab. Students will learn how to design and program video games using GameSalad Creator, an authoring tool that allows the boys to focus on drag and drop functionality in game programming. Students will be able to create, test, and publish their video games to any Apple iOS device. The class will teach the fundamentals of video game design such as movement, physics, controls, game logic and publishing.
The introductory course for students in Forms V and VI provides an environment for creative expression through visual media. Through a hands-on approach, students learn the entire process of video production from scriptwriting to final editing and basics of film/video principles, including composition, camera functions, lighting, sound design, and editing. In addition, the program covers screen writing fundamentals, acting, direction and production planning.