Exemplars of Past Technology Scholarships

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Length: 120 minutes|Difficulty: Hard

Files here are extracted from the NZQA website and are copyright[1] the original author and NZQA. Find the originals on the Scholarship Technology page.

Not all scholarship exemplars will be digital. However all Technology Scholarships are assessed against the same criteria and provide[3] useful background.

Note is it about the process and it’s impact on addressing an issue[4].

Assessment criteria can be found in the lesson media section at the bottom of this page.

YearDigitalProject[5] Title and LinkOverviewResult
2020N/ANo exemplars
2019YStaff Café Payment SystemDeveloping a system[6] to track orders from staff that can then be sent to accounts for payment.Top Scholar
2018YNutrition AppObtaining and utilising accurate nutritional information.Top Scholar
2018NCollapsible Dish RackProject inquiry started wide and pivoted to the issue of drying.Outstanding
2018YDrone Building WebsiteIntegrated feedback[2] with users, research into existing options overseas and comparing similar sites in different areas.Scholarship
2016YWikipedia MappingDevelop a more user friendly mapping tool for the generation of maps for use on WikipediaOutstanding
2015NCoffee Table / ChairIterative development and refinement of a coffee table and chair for environments with limited space.Scholarship
2014NWater Play ActivityDeveloping a suitable water play area for seniors students with additional learning needs.Top Scholar
2013YRobotic Glass CleanerDeveloping a robotic vacuum cleaner, looking at cleaning patterns, electronics, engineering, and coding required.Top Scholar
Terms definitions
2. feedback. Responses from people who have a specific interest or investment (time, financial, emotional) in a project[5]. Feedback[2] can be positive or negative. For example, your teacher may be a stakeholder[8] 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 […]
3. provide. When information have been given to the user, developer, designer, tester.
4. issue. An issue in Technology refers to a specific subset of a context[9] that will enable students to identify a need or opportunity[7].
5. Project. A series of tasks that need[10] to be completed in order to reach a specific outcome[11]
Terms definitions
1. copyright. Length: 120 minutes|Difficulty: Hard Files here are extracted from the NZQA website and are copyright the original author and NZQA. Find the originals on the Scholarship Technology page. Not all scholarship exemplars will be digital. However all Technology Scholarships are assessed against the same criteria and provide useful background. Note is it about the process […]
2. feedback. Length: 120 minutes|Difficulty: Hard Files here are extracted from the NZQA website and are copyright the original author and NZQA. Find the originals on the Scholarship Technology page. Not all scholarship exemplars will be digital. However all Technology Scholarships are assessed against the same criteria and provide useful background. Note is it about the process […]
3. provide. Length: 120 minutes|Difficulty: Hard Files here are extracted from the NZQA website and are copyright the original author and NZQA. Find the originals on the Scholarship Technology page. Not all scholarship exemplars will be digital. However all Technology Scholarships are assessed against the same criteria and provide useful background. Note is it about the process […]
4. issue. Length: 120 minutes|Difficulty: Hard Files here are extracted from the NZQA website and are copyright the original author and NZQA. Find the originals on the Scholarship Technology page. Not all scholarship exemplars will be digital. However all Technology Scholarships are assessed against the same criteria and provide useful background. Note is it about the process […]
5. Project. Length: 120 minutes|Difficulty: Hard Files here are extracted from the NZQA website and are copyright the original author and NZQA. Find the originals on the Scholarship Technology page. Not all scholarship exemplars will be digital. However all Technology Scholarships are assessed against the same criteria and provide useful background. Note is it about the process […]