Technology education at Carina State
School plays a big part in our curriculum. It is used extensively in the delivery of our curriculum. From the interactive white boards and computer pods available in every classroom, to envisioning and developing products to meet human needs and wants, capitalising on opportunities and extending human capabilities.
Products of technology include artefacts, processes, systems, services and environments. These products make up the designed world. Products of technology have impacts and consequences on individuals, local and global communities, and environments.
‘Working technologically’ is the term used in the technology syllabus to describe a way of working that interweaves technology practice, information, materials and systems with considerations of appropriateness, contexts and management.