• How to apply science in a Tasmanian context.
  • To apply scientific skills and knowledge to investigate inquiry questions or personal interest.
  • How to design, plan and conduct scientific investigations drawing multiple disciplines.
  • To use scientific processes and practices to communicate findings, including a scientific paper and poster presentation.
  • Skills in collaboration, critical thinking, observation and synthesis.
  • Analyse how we use science in the workplace to solve problems.
  • Research, analyse and implement an application of science in Tasmania that I had never considered. 
  • Learn ways that scientists undertake and communicate their work. 
  • Design, implement and refine a set of practical experiments to find out something that always made me wonder. 
  • Use mathematics to represent and model data to discover something and inspire further investigation. 
  • Is interested in a career in the broad range of sciences valued in Tasmania and beyond.
  • Is drawn to analyse and reflect on evidence to discover something new in a specific application of science. 
  • Is interested in a career that needs critical thinking and inquiry skills.

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Course Overview

You have

  • 'B/C' in Year 10 Australian Curriculum Science, Mathematics and English. 

TASC course

Transdisciplinary Science 3

May lead to

  • Other Science courses at Level 3 and 4. 
  • Vocational Learning and VET courses.
  • Careers that need science skills and knowledge as it relates to Tasmania.