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This unit is for Technologies teachers in secondary schools, and introduces strategies to teach design and technologies in a way that fosters creativity and takes advantage of cross-curricular potential. The design process and pedagogical approaches are explored across the four Technologies Contexts. Design Thinking, Computer Aided Manufacture, and Tinker-Maker-Hacker approaches are brought together to enhance learning of Technologies in a holistic manner.
|Unit name||Teaching Design and Technologies|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
Faculty of Education
Dr Chris Zehntner
|Available as student elective?||No|
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1 x 30 min Lecture, weekly.
1 x 60 min Tutorial, weekly.
4 x half day workshops.
Assessment task 1: Portfolio of practice 2000 words (50%); Design challenge 2000 words (50%)
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