||Exploring options and alternatives
||Students experience and experiment with visual art processes such as observing, imagining, making and investigating through a wide range of media including digital methods.
||Expressing my ideas clearly and accurately
||Students demonstrate through conversations, discussions, and presentations of and about their work or the work of others that they understand and can interpret the artistic processes involved.
||Developing a personal disposition towards investigating, reasoning and problem-solving
||Students develop their ideas and work using their knowledge, skills and personal experiences, e.g. measuring and estimating materials for three-dimensional work.
||Performing and presenting
||Students present a range of explorations from their work that best describes and supports their ideas and finished work in a variety of ways, e.g. exhibition, installation, performance art, e-Portfolio, Visual Art sketchpad.
|Managing information and thinking
||Thinking creatively and critically
||Through observational drawing, students learn to record and analyse what they see, either as an end in itself or for use in developing work.
||Being able to reflect on my own learning
||Students, through the development of their own work, reflect on their artistic choices and decisions both at the time of creation and at the end of the process itself.
||Students, within the safe space of the art class, can explain, use and understand appropriate content, tools and materials in an ethical and responsible way.
|Working with others
||Contributing to making the world a better place
||Working collaboratively within a cultural context and with members of their wider community, students use their artistic skills to improve the spaces they inhabit for all.