Australian Technologies Curriculum

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Australian Technologies Curriculum par Mind Map: Australian Technologies Curriculum

1. Aim

1.1. To develop the knowledge, understanding and skills to ensure allow the students to explore technologies.

1.2. Investigate, design, plan, manage, create and evaluate solutions.

1.3. Students will develop the ability to make informed and ethical decisions

2. Brand levels

2.1. Foundation - 2

2.2. 3 - 4

2.3. 5 - 6

2.4. 7 - 8

2.5. 9 - 10

3. Related subjects

3.1. Digital technologies

3.2. Design and technologies

4. Strands

4.1. Knowledge and understanding

4.2. Processes and production skills

5. General capabilities

5.1. Literacy

5.2. Numeracy

5.3. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Capability

5.4. Critical and Creative Thinking

5.5. Personal and Social Capability

5.6. Ethical Understaning

5.7. Intercultural Understanding

6. Cross-curriculum priorities

6.1. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures

6.2. Asia and Australia's Engagement with Asia

6.3. Sustainability

7. Key ideas

7.1. Overarching idea - creating preferred futures

7.2. Project mangement

7.3. Thinking in Technologies

7.3.1. Systems thinking Design thinking

7.3.2. Computational thinking

7.4. Information and Communication Technology

7.5. Safety

7.6. Animal Ethics

8. Links to other learning areas

8.1. Maths

8.2. English

8.3. Geography

8.4. Science

8.5. The Arts

8.6. Heath and Physical Education

8.7. History

9. Key Concepts

9.1. Data

9.2. Impacts

9.3. Digital systems

9.4. Abstraction

9.5. Specification

9.6. Algorithms

9.7. Implementations

10. Content Elaborations

10.1. Within the Australian Curriculum under Technologies, content elaborations provide a deeper level of explanation of the content descriptors. Each content descriptor has an elaboration at every band level from foundation to year 10. Content elaborations assist with a more specific learning goals and explanations but they are not compulsory points that need to be specifically taught to every student.

11. Content Descriptors

11.1. Within the Australian curriculum under Technologies, content descriptors are provided at year band level from foundation to year 10. They are learning goals which students must achieve and are arranged in sequence of development of concepts. They describe knowledge and skills that need to be taught and learnt.

12. Achievement Standards

12.1. Within the Australian curriculum under Technologies, at the end of each band level, the standards of achievement that each student’s expected to achieve, complete, and understand are clearly stated. This gives the teacher and students a clear overview understanding of what they must achieve over the course of the year.

13. Student Diversity

13.1. The three dimensional designs of the Western Australian Curriculum; comprising learning areas, general capabilities and cross curriculum priorities provides teachers with the flexible teaching approaches to cater for the diverse needs students at different levels of learning through approaches that cater for those students who are or have:

13.1.1. Students with a disability

13.1.2. English as a additional language learners

13.1.3. Gifted and talented students

14. Technologies Contexts: National Priorities

14.1. Engineering principals and systems

14.2. Food & Fibre Production

14.3. Materials and Technologies Specialisation

14.4. Food Technologies