Students Learn To
- test possible solutions to problems
- use tools, materials and processes to produce a solution to an identified problem
- develop methods to communicate solutions to problems through a visual display
- conduct continual evaluations throughout the design and production of the minor project
- evaluate the project in terms of the identified criteria for success
Biosecurity monitoring and surveillance with the NSW Department of Primary Industries - Teachers Guide
How do you approach testing possible solutions to problems? Join the NSW Department of Primary Industries biosecurity team as they undertake a surveillance visit to a site in Sydney. During the visit the team look for evidence of the presence of invasive pests and plant diseases and explain the importance of the monitoring and surveillance program. This is an example of testing possible solutions to problems as the team work to identify potential biosecurity risks which is critical in establishing future safety measures.