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Content description VCCCTQ034

Critical and Creative Thinking / Levels 7 and 8 / Questions and Possibilities
Content description
Synthesise information from multiple sources and use lateral thinking techniques to draw parallels between known and new solutions and ideas when creating original proposals and artefacts
  1. identifying how scientists collaborate and may use natural forms as an inspiration to solve a problem, for example using the structure of humpback whale fins to develop and improve wind turbines
  2. creating a set of words and images of simple objects that can be shuffled, selected at random and linked to the problem at hand, to stimulate thinking when experiencing a creativity block
  3. discussing how acquiring data from a range of sources can improve the range of proposed digital solutions
  4. investigating the similarities between algorithms used for different purposes, and synthesising this information into a more general algorithm for broader applications
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