C, G & D Criteria

CRITERION 1

COLLECT, ANALYSE, ORGANISE, AND EVALUATE INFORMATION

C RATING

Using a range of sources, a student can collect and analyse information, organise it into categories, evaluate the quality of the information and its source, and use it.

B RATING

Using a diverse range of sources, a student can collect and analyse relevant information, organise it into categories, evaluate the quality of information and its source and participate in evaluation of information gathering and analysing.

A RATING

Using diverse sources, a student can collect and analyse relevant information, organise it into appropriate categories, critically evaluate its quality and validity, and analyse the process.

CRITERION 2

SOLVE PROBLEMS

C RATING

A student can recognise existing problems and work towards a desired outcome. A student can choose methods to solve problems and evaluate their solution.

B RATING

A student can recognise and separate existing and potential problems and desired outcomes. A student can choose appropriate methods and use them to solve problems and evaluate the solution.

A RATING

A student can anticipate, identify and separate problems and issues. A student can also choose appropriate methods to solve problems, initiate action to efficiently solve existing and potential problems and to critically evaluate solutions.

CRITERION 3

DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT A PROJECT MANAGEMENT PLAN

C RATING

A student can follow the design process, using provided resources, to achieve goals within a set timeframe. They can also contribute towards an evaluation of planning and processes. This process can be completed as part of a design team approach.

B RATING

A student follows the design process to achieve goals within a set timeframe. They can also adapt plans to meet changed conditions. They are able to critically evaluate their process and planning. They are also competent in archiving storage and retrieval of data and working as part of a team.

A RATING

A student can determine and achieve goals by using the design process. They can critically evaluate and adapt plans to ensure the outcomes desired. They constructively evaluate planning and processes, and confidently archive, store, retrieve and share data.

CRITERION 4

GENERATE AND COMMUNICATE IDEAS

C RATING

A student can select and use design content to communicate ideas visually. A student can communicate conceptual and expressive intentions by the production of design works and by exploring and experimenting with ideas.

B RATING

A student can select and use appropriate design content and styles to communicate ideas visually. A student can creatively adjust communication in response to changed conditions, and effectively communicate conceptual and expressive intentions by the production of design works and by exploring, experimenting with, and developing ideas.

A RATING

A student considers, selects and competently uses a range of appropriate design content and styles to communicate ideas visually. A student can creatively and appropriately adjust communication in response to changed conditions, and effectively communicate conceptual and expressive intentions by the production of design works and by exploring, experimenting with and refining ideas.

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CRITERION 5

DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING OF DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND ELEMENTS

C RATING

A student is aware of the elements and principles of design and attempts to use them in finding solutions to design problems. They can produce a folio with reference to a specialised computer graphics area.

B RATING

A student uses the elements and principles of design appropriately in finding solutions to design problems. They can produce a comprehensive folio from a specialised computer graphics area.

A RATING

A student consistently uses the elements and principles with competence and capability to find design solutions that both embrace and challenge conventional modes. They can produce a comprehensive folio which illustrates specified design implications for specialised computer graphics areas.

CRITERION 6

DEMONSTRATE UNDERSTANDING OF THE CONTEXT AND PROCESS OF DESIGN

C RATING

A student can follow the design process with provided resources and has an understanding of how design impacts on society, including historical aspects.

B RATING

A student follows the design process in their work, and has a clear understanding of how design fits within an ethical and social framework. They have a clear understanding of the historical evolution of design.

A RATING

A student always follows the design process in their work, and incorporates ethical and social issues into their design projects. They have a comprehensive understanding of the historical evolution of design.

CRITERION 7

DEMONSTRATE A KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING OF CONTEMPORARY

COMPUTER GRAPHICS SYSTEMS

C RATING

A student can demonstrate a basic understanding of a range of computer graphics systems. They have an understanding of hardware design and configuration, and software applications including design and industrial standards.

B RATING

A student can demonstrate an understanding of a range of computer graphics systems and how these impact on a designer. They have an understanding of hardware design and configuration, and software applications including design and industrial standards.

A RATING

A student can demonstrate a high level understanding and knowledge of complex computer graphics systems, and apply this knowledge to a range of design problems.  This includes hardware, software, industrial standards and future developments.

CRITERION 8

COMPETENTLY USE TECHNOLOGY TO CREATE DIGITAL CONTENT

C RATING

A student can choose appropriately from a wide range of systems technologies to express and develop their own ideas. A student can use a variety of techniques in the application of computing technology.

B RATING

A student can choose appropriately from a wide range of technologies and techniques to express and responsibly develop their own design ideas. A student can competently and creatively apply these to their practice. They can meet the standards and conventions of their area of specialisation.

A RATING

A student can choose appropriately from a wide range of technologies and techniques to express and responsibly develop their own design ideas. A student can achieve subtle and complex intentions with refinement of technique, materials and technologies in a body of work. They can meet high level standards and conventions for their area of specialisation.

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