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What is MYP Technology?
Transcript of What is MYP Technology?
Robotics could be an example of Systems Materials = includes Designing for Tshirts or using CAD to make 3D models.
Evidence of progress through the different stages of the design cycle:
sketching possible solutions,
rejecting proposals and critically evaluating work.
All relevant activities and outcomes should be recorded, and dated, in the design folder.
The design folder is a compilation of evidence that accompanies the final product/solution for a unit of work. Students formally record the results of their research, their various plans and designs and the evaluation of their finished products/solutions in the design folder.
From the MYP technology Guide, page 21
Include: investigate, design, plan, create, evaluate. Criterion F: Attitudes in technologyMaximum: 6This criterion refers to students’ attitudes when working in technology. It focuses on an overall assessmentof two aspects:1. personal engagement (motivation, independence, g •eneral positive attitude)2. attitudes towards safety, cooperation and respect for others. Expectations
An attitude of inclusion. On time and ready to work Missing or late work
Microphone and earphones + any files
documents / other materials. Not bringing
proper materials = missing assignment.
Criterion F: Attitudes in technology Maximum: 6 points
This criterion refers to students’ attitudes when working in technology. It focuses on an overall assessmentof two aspects:
1. personal engagement (motivation, independence, general positive attitude)
2. attitudes towards safety, cooperation and respect for others. Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) TurnItIn.com Cameras / Ipods/ used with permission Messaging / chatting / Social Network sites / misc web pages