Pedagogical analysis around the world is filled with a variety of critiques on the balance between the learning of knowledge and the learning of skills, where polarised views are often pitched against each other. In real terms within our education systems, is it this black and white? Is it one or the other?
To best support the future of Design and Technology teaching with products, resources and solutions we need to travel forwards in time and plan for what that framework, curriculum and associated spaces might look like…
As a fundamental part of practical Design and Technology projects, teaching students how to use hand tools safely and effectively is an integral part of lesson planning.
Key Stage 3 lighting projects concentrate on the design and manufacture of lighting using simple electronics but with complex and functional part modelling.
Hygiene has always been an essential part of delivering practical science in educational settings.
A living hinge is a flexible hinge made from the same parent material it connects.
Simple scroll saw projects are a fantastic introduction for students who are proficient using a drill and other hand tools and are ready to start learning safety and how to use powered saws.
The visualiser has been around for some time; however, recent events have seen a surge in the use of visualisers in classrooms.
Key Stage 3 lighting projects concentrate on the design and manufacture of lighting using simple electronics but with complex and functional part modeling.
Bring hands-on learning experience to your classroom, unleash your students’ creativity through a world of possibilities using fabrication techniques.
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