Learners need to develop the ability to make informed judgements and choices in the digital domain. They also need to be able to apply critical, aesthetic and ethical perspectives to the production and consumption of digitised material.

Components of Analysing

Deconstructing Selecting Interrogating
Capable of discerning the elements that contribute to the meanings, uses and messages in digital products and communications. Making judgments and drawing conclusions about digital tools, environments and artefacts. The ability to evaluate, choose, recommend or reject digital systems, content, networks or artefacts. To employ skills of analysis and rigour in questioning the provenance, purpose and impact of digital content and interactions. Perceiving and exploiting affordances and opportunities.