This semester our Technology program will change from Digital Technologies to Design and Technologies.
Knowledge, understandings and skills involved in the design, development and use of technologies are influenced by, and can play a role in, enriching and transforming societies and our natural, managed and constructed environments.
The Western Australian Curriculum: Design and Technologies actively engages students in creating quality designed solutions for identified needs and opportunities across a range of technologies contexts. Students consider the economic, environmental and social impacts of technological change and how the choice and use of technologies contributes to a sustainable future. Decision-making processes are informed by ethical, legal, aesthetic and functional factors.
Through Design and Technologies students manage projects, independently and collaboratively, from conception to realisation. They apply design and systems thinking and design processes to investigate ideas, generate and refine ideas, plan, produce and evaluate designed solutions. They develop their ability to generate innovative designed products, services and environments.
Please watch this video which answers the question of what Design and Technologies are for:
Our focus for this term for Design and Technologies will be the contexts of food and fibre production and food specialisations.
If you have any further questions about the Technologies program then please contact either of our Technology Specialists, Gabby Quinn or Ian Wilson.