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“Knee Deep”, School Journal, level 4, October 2013

18 October 2013

Cover of the School Journal, Level 4, October 2013

The Christchurch City Council was the key stakeholder in the work on the city’s wastewater system. They wanted a cost effective system as good as, if not better than, the previous system – strong and likely to continue working after an earthquake and safe to build.

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Discussion starters

  • Brief development: Use this and other examples to guide students to consider key stakeholders and the environment where the outcome will be situated. (level 4)
  • Outcome development and evaluation: Use this and other examples to guide students to evaluate outcomes in situ against key attributes. (level 4)
  • Characteristics of technology: Use these and other examples to identify and categorise knowledge and skills from technology and other disciplines that have informed decisions in technological development and manufacture. (level 4)
  • Technological systems: Identify the inputs and outputs of a particular technological system. (level 1)

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