Level Criteria in the Modelling Category

These cover modelling a real life situation on the computer. A model can be part of a computer program, a financial model on a spreadsheets, a simulators etc.

Level 3

- I can recognise what is the same on storyboards of everyday actvities
- I can read a sequence of instructions.
- I can predict what the instructions do.
- I can predict what the instructions do correctly.

Level 4

- I can use arithmetic formula (spreadsheet)
- I can trace what the variables, selections and repetitions will do.
- I can predict what the variables, selections and repetitions will do correctly.

Level 5

- I can use simple functions (spreadsheets)
- I can recognise simple problems.
- I can solve a simple problem.
- I can explain a solution to a simple problem.

Level 6

- I can identify similar problems.
- I can solve more than one problem with similar solutions.
- I can solve a simple problem and adapt the solution to another similar problem.

Level 7

- I can identify a solution to a complex problem.
- I can solve the complex problem with a model.
- I can solve a complex problem with a simple solution.

Level 8

- I can create an accurate solution to a complex problem.
- I can use a detailed model to solve a complex problem.
- I can explain the solution to my teacher.