Years 7–8: Collaborative data project

This scope and sequence unit provides an opportunity for students to apply the data-analysis skills from the ‘Working with data’ unit in the context of a digital solution designed, developed and evaluated collaboratively. Project management principles and skills are explicitly introduced in pathway 1, then three different option pathways provide contexts and ideas for student projects that involve the collection and analysis of data and the presentation of information. Choose one pathway that suits your students’ needs, school context and available resources.

Additional details

Year band(s) 7-8
Content type Scope and sequence, Whole School
Format Web page
Australian Curriculum Digital Technologies code(s)
AC9TDI8P04   

Define and decompose real-world problems with design criteria and by creating user stories

AC9TDI8P08   

Generate, modify, communicate and evaluate alternative designs

AC9TDI8P10   

Evaluate existing and student solutions against the design criteria, user stories and possible future impact

AC9TDI8P11   

Select and use a range of digital tools efficiently, including unfamiliar features, to create, locate and communicate content, consistently applying common conventions

AC9TDI8P12   

Select and use a range of digital tools efficiently and responsibly to share content online, and plan and manage individual and collaborative agile projects

Keywords scope and sequence, scope, sequence
Integrated, cross-curriculum, special needs Mathematics, Digital Literacy, Critical and creative thinking, Personal and social capability
Organisation

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