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Student Project Management and Evaluation Resources – Digital Download

Program Templates for VET Construction Pathways Elective Units – Digital
Program Templates for VET Construction Pathways – Digital
Student Project Management and Evaluation Resources – Digital Download
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Student Project Management and Evaluation Resources – Digital Download

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A great set of visual resources to assist with developing student project management and evaluation techniques!

The ‘Student Project Management and Evaluation Resources’ are specifically created to develop or upskill your students’ knowledge and understanding of project management and evaluation techniques used across subjects within the Technologies Faculty. Particularly useful to assist throughout the development of a design project and portfolio.

The student handouts provide students with examples of a cutting list, finance plan, action plan, time plan and a PMI chart to use as a reference when developing their own projects. They each include an explanation of the technique and a summary of key terms used throughout.

Four of these resources have been provided in two different colour schemes to assist with the visual appeal and engagement of a variety of students.

Also included in the resource pack is a teacher instruction sheet and reference notes explaining how these handouts can be implemented in the classroom.

Pack includes:

  • 9 x A4 student handout/resources:
    • What is a Time Plan? x 2
    • What is an Action Plan? x 2
    • What is a Cutting List? x 2
    • What is a Finance Plan? x 2
    • What is a PMI Chart?
  • 1 x A4 Teacher Instruction Sheet
  • 1 x A4 Reference Notes

 

 

Relevant to:

Meets the outcomes from the NSW Technology Mandatory Stage 4 (Years 7–8) Syllabus

TE4-1DP: Designs, communicates and evaluates innovative ideas and creative solutions to authentic problems or opportunities.

TE4-2DP: Plans and manages the production of designed solutions.

 

Engineered Systems Content:

Testing and evaluating

Students:

  • Evaluate the effectiveness and suitability of choices made during the development and production of the engineered solution.
  • Assess the solution against the predetermined criteria.

 

Material Technologies Content:

Researching and planning

Students:

  • Use appropriate project management processes when working both individually and collaboratively to coordinate the production of a designed solution (ACTDEP039) CT ST.

Testing and evaluating

Students:

  • Evaluate the effectiveness and suitability of choices made during the development and production of the solution.
  • Assess the solution against the predetermined criteria.

 

NSW Industrial Technology (Years 7-10) Syllabus

IND4-5: Selects and uses communication techniques when designing, making and evaluating projects and ideas.

IND4-8: Evaluates products in terms of functional use and aesthetics.

IND5-5: Selects, interprets and applies a range of suitable communication techniques in the development, planning, production and presentation of ideas and projects.

IND5-8: Evaluates products in terms of functional, economic, aesthetic and environmental qualities and quality of construction.

 

Core Module: Timber 1

Design

Students:

  • Calculate quantities and costs of materials and components used in the completion of projects, for example:
    • Use spreadsheets to calculate material quantities and monitor project costs.
  • Apply project management techniques and follow a planned sequence through to project completion.
  • Evaluate the impact of design and work practices/processes on the quality of finished projects.

 

Core Module: Timber 2

Design

Students:

  • Calculate quantities and costs of materials and components used in the completion of projects, for example:
    • Determine processes for the efficient use of materials.
    • Use spreadsheets to calculate material quantities and monitor project costs.
  • Apply project management techniques and follow a planned sequence through to project completion.
  • Evaluate the impact of design and work practices/processes on the quality of finished projects.

 

NSW Design and Technology (Years 7-10) Syllabus

DT4-8: Uses management strategies when developing design solutions.

DT5-8: Selects and applies management strategies when developing design solutions.

 

Core: Design Processes

Management

Students:

  • Implement and evaluate a process of design, for example: (ACTDEP051, ACTDEP052)
  • Prepare and implement time and action plans for design projects.
  • Calculate financial costs of design projects.

Evaluating

Students:

  • Document and evaluate design processes and solutions against criteria for success (ACTDEK046, ACTDEP051).

 

NSW Industrial Technology Stage 6 Syllabus

P3.3: Demonstrates appropriate design principles in the production of ideas.

P5.1: Uses communication and information processing skills.

P5.2: Uses appropriate documentation techniques related to the management of projects.

 

Focus Area: All

Management and Communication

Project management

Students learn about:

  • Planning
  • Documentation

Students learn to:

  • Use project development techniques to complete practical projects within a given time frame.

Literacy

Students learn about:

  • Material/component list.
  • Management folio.
  • ICT

Students learn to:

  • Document relevant information into related folios.
  • Develop ICT skills in the preparation of related folios.

Numeracy

Students learn about:

  • Related calculation skills:
    • Ordering
    • Sizing
    • Quantities
    • Costing
    • Estimates

Students learn to:

  • Use the appropriate numeracy skills relevant to a business, including calculating the need for and costs of materials/components.

 

Focus Area: Timber Products and Furniture Technologies (Preliminary)

Students learn about:

Processes, tools and machinery:

Processes

  • Planning
    • Materials lists.
    • Calculations
    • Costings

Students learn to:

  • Use a broad range of processes through a variety of practical projects.

 

H3.3: Applies and justifies design principles through the production of a Major Project.

H5.1: Selects and uses communication and information processing skills.

H5.2: Examines and applies appropriate documentation techniques to project management.

 

Focus Area: All

Major Project (HSC)

Design Management and Communication

Students learn about:

  • Application of design principles in the production of the Major Project:
    • Quality and ongoing evaluation.
    • Development of time and finance plans.

Students learn to:

  • Apply time and finance plans when completing the Major Project.

Focus Area: Timber Products and Furniture Technologies (HSC)

Students learn about:

Processes, tools and machinery

  • Planning
    • Materials lists.
    • Calculations
    • Costings

Students learn to:

  • Plan the Major Project thoroughly before commencing construction, using appropriate planning techniques.

 

NSW Design and Technology Stage 6 Syllabus

P4.3: Evaluates the processes and outcomes of designing and producing.

Students learn about:

  • Evaluation.
  • Developing and refining ideas.
  • Methods of evaluation.

Students learn to:

  • Conduct continual evaluation throughout design and production.
  • Test and evaluate the appropriateness of design solutions.

 

P5.1: Uses a variety of management techniques and tools to develop design projects.

Students learn about:

  • Project management.
  • Management techniques and tools, including those used by designers in industrial and commercial settings.

Students learn to:

  • Identify a variety of management techniques and tools.

 

H4.3: Evaluates the processes undertaken and the impacts of the major design project.

Students learn about:

  • Project evaluation.
  • Ongoing evaluation.

Students learn to:

  • Conduct continual evaluation throughout the design and production of the major design project.

 H5.1: Manages the development of a quality major design project.

Students learn about:

  • Project management.
  • Including methods of managing action, time and finance appropriate to the nature of individual design projects.
  • Documentation procedures for developing management plans.

Students learn to:

  • Formulate management plans, including:
  • Apply and evaluate management plans.

 

Resource Type: Handout

Digital File Type: PDF (Acrobat) Document File,

 

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