Technologies Curriculum

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Technologies Curriculum by Mind Map: Technologies Curriculum

1. General Capabilities

1.1. Literacy

1.1.1. students learnt to communicate ideas, concepts and detailed proposals

1.2. Numeracy

1.2.1. calculate, measure, estimate and interpret to draw conclusions throughout the process of generating ideas

1.3. Information and Communication Technologies

1.3.1. develop an understanding of the characteristics of data, digital systems, audiences, procedures and computational thinking

1.4. Critical and Creative Thinking

1.4.1. develop critical and creative thinking, as they imagine, generate, develop and critically evaluate ideas

1.5. Personal and Social Capabilities

1.5.1. students engage in project management and development in a collaborative workspace

1.6. Ethical understandings

1.6.1. students develop as they identify and investigate ethical concepts, values and principles.

1.7. Intercultural Understandings

1.7.1. students learn and engage with different cultures in ways that recognise commonalities and differences, create connections with others and cultivate mutual respect

2. Aims and Objectives

2.1. Investigate, design, plan, manage, create and evaluate

2.2. To be creative innovative and enterprising

2.3. Make informed and ethical decisions for a sustainable future

2.4. Critique analyse and evaluate problems

3. Cross Curriculum Priorities

3.1. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures

3.1.1. how capacity for innovation is evident through the incorporation and application of a range of traditional, contemporary and emerging technologies

3.2. Australia's Engagement with Asia

3.2.1. recognise that interactions and between human activity and the diverse environments of the Asia region continues to create the need for creative solutions

3.3. sustainability

3.3.1. knowledge, understanding and skills necessary to design for effective sustainability action

4. Two strands

4.1. Design and Technologies

4.1.1. selecting and manipulating a range of materials

4.2. Digital Technologies

4.2.1. creatively communicate ideas in a range of settings, use computational thinking

4.3. Years p-6 & 7-10

5. Key Concepts/Ideas

5.1. Foster curiosity

5.2. Make sense of complex ideas

5.3. Create better futures

5.4. Project Management

5.5. To think in technologies

6. Student Diversity

6.1. Disability

6.1.1. adjustments will be necessary to ensure some students with disability the same equal chances as their peers

6.2. English as an additional Language or Dialect

6.2.1. students may require some additional time and support, along with teaching that explicitly addresses their language needs

6.3. Gifted and Talented Students

6.3.1. enrich students learning by providing them with opportunities to work with learning area content in more depth