Not available in 2012
Previously offered in 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004
A practical learning context, oriented towards stages 4 & 5, developing competence in design, workplace communication, and teaching practices. Students will be expected to develop skills associated with the manipulation of materials such as timber, metals and polymers through workshop demonstrations and classroom based projects. The projects will be appropriate for school-based learning, and the development of knowledge related to materials, tools and techniques, management, design, industry workplace communication, societal and environment impact, and occupational health and safety.
Upon completion of this course, students will be expected to have:
1)Identified Technology (Mandatory) syllabus and Industrial Technology syllabus requirements that offer potential for the design of learning experiences across a range of focus areas and modules.
2) Developed skills in teh areas of industrial design, metals, timber and polymers and their related tools and machinery.
3) Developed graphical communication skills.
4) Demonstrated skill in the design, production and evaluation of projects.
5) Select and structure appropriate learning experiences for Stage 4 and 5.
6) Understand the role of design and craft practices throughout history.
7) Produce a series of practical resources appropriate to the teaching of 7-10 Industrial Technology using ICT where appropriate for documentation and communication.
8) demonstrated a knowledge of and adherence to correct workshop safety procedures and related management strategies in an industrial technology workshop context.
* Workshop experiences with timber, plastics and metals informing skills and knowledge of material qualities, tools and processes;
* Introduction to the Industrial Technology and Technology (Mandatory) curriculum and related focus area content in the syllabus;
* Research design and craft practices for a focus product or item;
* The production of practical projects in a range of materials;
* Graphics technologies and communication in technology learning and teaching;
* Planning, exploring, managing and recording the design production process;
* Designing learning experiences for the 7-10 classroom;
* Management practices for technology teachers including risk management, budgeting, selecting, storing, and maintaining and replacing materials, equipment and other resources.
Candidates must already have a degree or recognised equivalent qualification with content suitable for the mandatory requirements for a Technology and Applied Studies (TAS) teacher.
Modes of Delivery
Flexible Delivery / Student Centred Learning
Lecture: for 1 hour(s) per Week for Full Term
Tutorial: for 2 hour(s) per Week for Full Term