Languages, Literacy and Communication Area of Learning and Experience
Expressing ourselves through languages is key to communication.
I can select and adapt the appropriate language for a range of audiences and purposes, conveying meaning effectively to the audience.
I can reflect on my use of strategies to improve the quality, accuracy and effects of my spoken, written and visual communication.
I can share my thoughts, feelings and opinions with others using a range of techniques for different effect and showing empathy and respect.
Mathematics and Numeracy Area of Learning and Experience
Statistics represent data, probability models chance, and both support informed inferences and decisions.
I can choose a sensible hypothesis to investigate. I have explored the relationship between the type of data I have collected (including qualitative and quantitative) and how this can be manipulated and represented.
I can collect different types of data to answer a variety of questions that have been posed, demonstrating an understanding of the importance of collecting relevant data.
Science and Technology Area of Learning and Experience
Being curious and searching for answers is essential to understanding and predicting phenomena.
I can review my own opinions based on new scientific evidence.
Design thinking and engineering offer technical and creative ways to meet society’s needs and wants.
I can develop my knowledge and skills to support and refine my design decisions in order to produce purposeful outcomes.
I can use a variety of design communication methods and techniques to develop and present ideas clearly, and can respond constructively to feedback.
I can select and safely use specialist tools and techniques in order to develop and construct my outcomes.
I can use prototyping techniques to test ideas and support my making.
I can use my making skills and knowledge of materials to produce high-quality and purposeful outcomes.