By Gwyneth Owen-Jackson
Containing a wealth of useful actions and fabrics that offer first-class possibilities to examine studying and function inside layout and know-how, this publication additionally comprises case reports and examples of present strong perform and a number tried-and-tested ideas. specifically designed to be written in without delay it presents an invaluable checklist of development and is followed by means of a Companion Website. Designed for use by way of pupil lecturers, NQTs and starting lecturers, this workbook covers each one major professional quarter of layout know-how: electronics and communications expertise (ECT), foodstuff expertise, fabrics know-how and textiles expertise. subject matters coated contain: layout and know-how within the university curriculum the significance of wellbeing and fitness and security using ICT within the educating of layout and know-how making plans classes handling the school room evaluation concerns the combination of literacy, numeracy, citizenship and sustainability into layout and expertise your personal specialist improvement. This ebook enhances the market-leading textbook studying to educate layout and know-how within the Secondary college (also released through Routledge), yet is usually used both effectively by itself.
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Uk This site provides information on food technology issues and resources for use in the classroom. org This Department of Health/Department for Education and Skills provides information on the Food in Schools programme. uk This is the website of the British Nutrition Foundation and provides information on nutrition, as well as details of resources and conferences. 28 Chapter 4 Materials technology in the classroom NIGEL ZANKER INTRODUCTION The aim of this chapter is to guide you through strategies which enable you to apply your knowledge and skills to your teaching of materials technology (in some schools this may still be referred to as ‘resistant materials’).
Org) is a useful classroom resource. Social and economic issues can be raised through encouraging pupils to use recycled materials and components in their work. Limiting them to only using recycled materials can be challenging and creative, and contribute to the development of their designing and making skills. At Key Stage 4, case studies can be used to illustrate sustainability, for example, the ‘Recycled Fleeces’ case study on the STEP website. Cultural and historical influences on design can easily be addressed in textiles lessons; visual aids and classroom displays can be developed from old fashion items and textiles from around the world.
10 Investigate, disassemble and evaluate a range of products made from resistant materials, including modern and smart materials. 11 Analyse and investigate advanced manufacturing industrial technologies used to make mass-produced consumer products. 12 Analyse and investigate the visual and other sensory principles when analysing artefacts. 13 Recognise the importance of new technologies, innovations and inventions in the design of consumer products. 14 Consider a range of products and evaluate their impact on the environment.
A Practical Guide to Teaching Design & Technology in the Secondary School (Routledge Teaching Guides) by Gwyneth Owen-Jackson