Technological and Applied Studies Teacher and Student Resources

Your Major Design Project

Design and Technology Major Project Ideas

Past Design and Technology Projects

Marketing Strategies for your MDP

What is NFC and how could you use it in your MDP?

Course Content (Preliminary)

P1.1 Examines design theory and practice, and considers the factors affecting designing and producing in design projects

 

factors affecting designing and producing including:

P1.2 Identifies design and production processes in domestic, community, industrial and commercial settings.

P2.1 identifies design and production processes in domestic, community, industrial and commercial settings

P2.2 explains the impact of a range of design and technology activities on the individual, society and the environment through the development of projects

P3.1 investigates and experiments with techniques in creative and collaborative approaches in designing and producing

P4.1 uses design processes in the development and production of design solutions to meet identified needs and opportunities

P4.2 uses resources effectively and safely in the development and production of design solutions

P4.3    evaluates the processes and outcomes of designing and producing

P5.1 uses a variety of management techniques and tools to develop design projects

P5.2 communicates ideas and solutions using a range of techniques

P5.3 – Uses a variety of research methods to inform the development and modification of design ideas

P6.1 Investigates a range of manufacturing and production processes and relates these to aspects of design projects

P6.2 Evaluates and uses computer-based technologies in designing and producing.

Course Content (H.S.C)

H1.1  critically analyses the factors affecting design and the development and success of design projects

H1.2   relates the practices and processes of designers and producers to the major design project

H2.1  explains the influence of trends in society on design and production

H2.2  evaluates the impact of design and innovation on society and the environment

H3.1  analyses the factors that influence innovation and the success of innovation

H3.2   uses creative and innovative approaches in designing and producing

H4.1  identifies a need or opportunity and researches and explores ideas for design development and production of the major design project

H4.2  selects and uses resources responsibly and safely to realise a quality major design project

H4.3  evaluates the processes undertaken and the impacts of the major design project

H5.1  manages the development of a quality major design project

H5.2  selects and uses appropriate research methods and communication techniques

H6.1  justifies technological activities undertaken in the major design project through the study of industrial and commercial practices

H6.2  critically assesses the emergence and impact of new technologies, and the factors affecting their development

Patents, Trade Marks and Copyright

Innovation and Emerging Technology

A List of Australian Inventions and Innovations

What is Rapid Prototyping?

Case Studies

Brevelle Citrus Press

Exam practice

Board of Studies H.S.C Multiple Choice Practice Exam

 

 

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