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D&T Practice is an A4 magazine publication offering practical ideas and solutions to classroom teaching in D&T. Covering all focus areas it includes case studies of classroom projects, product and resource reviews and profiles of companies in the field, as well as news about the D&T Association and events and activities taking place in design and technology. D&T Practice is published three times a year and is available to D&T Association Secondary members and to other membership categories. It is also available by subscription.

D&T Practice 1-2013

Contents

  1. Editorial A message from Richard Green, Chief Executive, D&T Association
  2. D&T Association News Find out some the latest news regarding design and technology
  3. Review The Skills Show 2012
  4. Membership News Responses to the D&T Association Membership Benefits Survey
  5. Website New resources added to the D&T Secondary website
  6. Training Food Safety – are you prepared?
  7. Get Designing – Generating real design ideas Designerly thinking inspired by design greats
  8. Exploring augmented reality Further investigation into Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL)
  9. Food technology for all Developing a modern secondary food technology curriculum fit for purpose in the 21st Century
  10. LEGO® Robotics in STEM Education Exploring the many applications of the Lego NXT system in STEM education
  11. The illustration of ideas in 3D Using Google Sketch-up to create 3D mind-maps
  12. Chilled Education inspires cool schools Following up on the progress of the Chilled Education programme over the last fifteen months
  13. Design Learning in Finland Matt McLain visits the 5th Intercultural Arts Education Conference at the University of Helsinki
  14. VEX Robotics expand into the classroom curriculum in the UK Teaching students the core range of vocational skills through the use of Vex Robotics
  15. Innovative approaches to raising the profile of D&T Teachers aim to increase the number of students opting to study D&T at Key Stage 4
  16. The Hillside challenge Transporting produce and equipment up and down the hillside from the car park to the allotment below

Design and Technology Practice Magazine is a great way to keep up-to-date with exemplar D&T projects, and helps maintain the provision of a broad and balanced 21st Century D&T curriculum.

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