D&T Practice 1.2016 pdf copy

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D&T Practice is an A4 magazine publication offering practical ideas and solutions to classroom teaching in D&T and the best of design and technology practice. 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.

Contents
Editorial
Warm, Government rhetoric versus cold, school reality
Curriculum Update
Examination reform, I can’t wait!
Design and Technology Association Annual Survey of Provision 2015
Data from the annual survey of provision
Events
2016 CPD, conferences and events
Resources
D&T Key Resources: a major bank of activities for KS3
Self-Review Framework
Showcasing your department virtually using the Self-Review Framework
Challenges and Opportunities
Diana Choulerton, HMI, identifies the key challenges teachers face in ensuring that school students across the country experience a well taught, relevant and engaging D&T curriculum
D&T Association news
• School Food Champions update
• Refresher H&S videos
Designers of the future: Seven ways to make the best even better
Leading figures from industry and education talk about how we can make the best of our design education
Militant about textiles
Uckfield Community Technology College holds its first ever ‘STEM’ day
Destination Imagination
Destination Imagination (DI) held its first Exhibition Tournament to kick-start its 2015 launch in the UK
The how and why of servos
Gareth Evans of Trinity School investigates servo uses and applications
Low Carbon Projects
Using renewable energy as an excellent way to link together STEM subjects and stimulate cross-curricular project work
The Tech Bacc explained
David Harbourne, Senior Education Adviser to the Baker Dearing Educational Trust explains all

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