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Statements of Learning

The Statement Examples of relevant learning
SOL 15: The student recognises the potential uses of mathematical knowledge, skills and understanding in all areas of learning. Students will be able to apply numerical reasoning through marking out exercises from given dimensions.
SOL 19: The student values the role and contribution of science and technology to society, and their personal, social and global importance. Students will evaluate the impact of
technologies on their lives, society and the environment.
SOL 20: The student uses appropriate
technologies in meeting a design challenge.
Students will determine the most suitable technologies available to them and apply them to fulfil the criteria of a given challenge.
SOL 21: The student applies practical skills as she/he develops models and products using a variety of materials and technologies. Students model and engineer products. This process encourages the development of their practical skills while working with a range of materials and technologies.
SOL 23: The student brings an idea from conception to realisation. Students will develop a product to its finished stage from a working drawing, either their own or that of others.
SOL 24: The student uses technology and digital media tools to learn, work and think collaboratively and creatively in a responsible and ethical manner. Students will use digital media tools to
research, create and present engineering solutions that can impact positively on the environment and sustainability and contribute to a better future.