2.10 Present a summary of developing a digital outcome (91899 L2 3cr)

This is a 3 credit external

This achievement standard involves .

Click here to access the NZQA Digital Technology Achievement Standards page.

What is meant by advanced[2] processes changes depending on the type of digital outcome[1] you are producing or design[7] methodology you are using. Browse the specific topic pages for more information.

You must develop the digital outcome[8] you write about yourself throughout the course of the year.


Present a summary of developing a digital outcome

This involves you:You can show this by:
describing the digital outcome that was developed
explaining decisions that were made in the development process

Examples of decisions include:

DecisionsExample / Explanation
selection of tools and techniques
ways of addressing implications and end-user considerationsYou can find more information on relevant implications here.
You must choose implications that are relevant to the outcome you are designing.
influence of stakeholder[3] feedback[4]
choices of tools and techniques
sequencing[5] of key tasks in the project[9]
which experts to work with (when and why)
selection of methods to address[10] requirements
selection of methods to address implications
selection of methods to address end-user considerations
which resources[6] to use and why

Examples of relevant implications include:

Achievement with Merit

Present an in-depth summary of developing a digital outcome

This involves you:You can show this by:
discussing how the digital outcome addressed relevant requirements and implications

Achievement with Excellence

Present an comprehensive summary of developing a digital outcome

This involves you:You can show this by:
evaluating decisions made in the development process and discussing what could be done differently to improve the digital outcome, based on insights gained
Terms definitions
1. digital outcome. Digital Products and systems developed through Technological Practice for a specific purpose. A technological outcome is evaluated in terms of its fitness for purpose, and can be described by their physical and functional nature.
2. advanced. In senior Technology programmes, the term “advanced” is used to identify curriculum level 7 (NCEA Level 2) specialist knowledge and skills. Further explanation can be found in the explanatory notes of the subject specific standards. The progression is from “basic” (curriculum level 6) to “advanced” (curriculum level 7) through to “complex” (curriculum level 8).
3. stakeholder. A person or groups of people (families, whānau, communities, iwi, organisations, businesses) with a vested interest in a technological outcome, and/or its development.
4. feedback. Responses from people who have a specific interest or investment (time, financial, emotional) in a project. Feedback can be positive or negative. For example, your teacher may be a stakeholder in one of your in-class projects. When your teacher is discussing with you what they think about it, they are giving you feedback. When a […]
5. sequencing. using logical thinking to decompose a task into a sequence (or a series of steps)
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