Subject details

At the completion of this subject students will be able to:

  1. evaluate the suitability of digital tools to solve problems
  2. examine and Identify components of digital tools and technology platforms that contribute to learning 
  3. prepare digital solutions implementation plans that are comprehensive and focused on pedagogy
  4. create complex solutions to problems from a range of wide range of suitable digital tools.

No eligibility requirements

Special requirements

No special requirements

This subject is one of three subjects in the Technologies Options group. Completing all three will provide a specialisation in Technologies. It is designed to provide students with a framework for developing and implementing digital solutions to contemporary issues in education. It has a pedagogical grounding that looks specifically at learning rather than the technological tools and platforms themselves. It is designed to give students the critical literacies required to assess the merit of such tools, use them to design and build robust solutions to everyday problems and evaluate their suitability for the chosen task. Students will be able to take the lessons learned in this unit and apply them across a range of learning landscapes.

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  • Evaluation Checklist and Reflection (40%)
  • Implementation Plan (60%)

Textbook information is pending.

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