This resource includes 9 posters in total relation to the 8 factors impacting the success of innovation, the ninth poster is handy acronym to assist students in remembering the 8 factors of innovation.
This resource directly relates to:
H3.1 Analyses the factors that influence innovation and the success of innovation
Students learn about:
- Factors that impact on success of innovation including: timing, available and emerging technologies, historical and cultural, political, economic, legal factors and marketing strategies.
- The role of a variety of agencies that may impact upon the success of the innovation.
Students learn to:
- Differentiate between factors which have contributed to the success or failure of innovations.
- Describe the role of a variety of agencies that influence the development, implementation and acceptance of innovation.
Bachelor of Teaching (Technology) (Honours), University of Newcastle
My pedagogical focus is strongly grounded through the use and creation of engaging classroom activities and a consistent fair approach. This practice allows a positive and supportive classroom environment. My personal focus for all students is to see them ‘Double the Dream’ as students are capable of great success given the correct support and tools. The aim of ‘Double the Dream’ is to see students recognise their capabilities and in turn go above and beyond both academically and individually in all aspects of life.
- · Conference presenter at DATTA QLD 2023
- · Proficient Teacher accreditation 2020
- · University of Newcastle Faculty medal of Education & Arts 2018 (weighted average mark of 85 or above)
- · University of Newcastle – Textiles and Design in Initial Teacher Education Prize (highest GPA across the textiles and design teaching area)
· Student Achievements/accolades
- · One (1) student was ranked third (3rd) in the state of NSW for Design and Technology.
- · Two (2) HSC SHAPE nominations for Design & Technology.
- · All students in the class of 2022 received band 5 or 6 HSC results.
- · Three (3) of my students were awarded the top three positions in the Uprising Design competition, which awarded students tickets to attend Good Design Australia.
- · 80% of students in my class received a band 5 or 6 result in HSC Hospitality.
- · All students received a band 5 or 6 HSC result in Hospitality.
- · One (1) HSC SHAPE nomination for Design & Technology.
New South Wales
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