Issue


An issue[2] in Technology refers to a specific subset of a context[3] that will enable students to identify a need or opportunity[1].

Terms definitions
1. need or opportunity. A need in technology refers to an identified requirement of a person, group or environment. A need is identified from an issue, and sits within a context. Technological practice can be undertaken in an attempt to meet an identified need. An opportunity in technology refers to an identified possibility for a person, group or environment. […]
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3. context. The setting for something, that makes it easy to understand the whole story. So if something can be situated in several different settings, understanding which setting you are talking about makes it easier to see the whole picture. Related Articles: Progress Outcomes – Design and Develop Digital Outcomes MatrixGlossary: AdoptionGlossary: AddressGlossary: Critical evaluationGlossary: Need or […]