- systematic approaches - the conceptualisation and evaluation of ideas and how their subsequent production can be organised in logical ways;
- multifaceted and multidiscipline perspectives - the production of two and three-dimensional products requires understandings of art, science and technology; and
- principles of sustainability and innovation - as a response to social and cultural imperatives and with a history (past and current) that informs the near future.
|1.||Brainstorm ways to conceptualise and evaluate innovation, concept development and production;|
|2.||Analyse how design and product development is influenced by context;|
|3.||Investigate a range of approaches to two and three-dimensional products;|
|4.||Articulate the connection between design and product development and the fields of art, science and technology;|
|5.||Evaluate design and product development for cogence with sustainability principles;|
|6.||Critique innovations within their social and cultural contexts; and|
|7.||Assess the timelines of innovations to inform their developmental possibilities.|
|Project||Present examples of curriculum support materials Years 7 -10.||30%|
|Report||Evaluation of systemic approaches for innovation and product development.||25%|
|Creative Works||Plan, prepare and publish teaching materials using a range of technologies||45%|
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