D&T Practice 2.2018 pdf copy

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D&T Practice 2.2018 pdf copy

D&T Practice is an A4 magazine publication offering practical ideas and solutions to classroom teaching in Design and Technology and the best of 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 Design and Technology Association and events and activities taking place in design and technology.

D&T Practice is published three times a year and is available to Association Secondary members and to other membership categories. It is also available by subscription.

Tony Ryan reflects on his first ten weeks into his new role as D&T Association Chief Executive 
Celebrating D&T Excellence
Winners from the Design and Technology Association Excellence Awards 2018
Curriculum Update
Assessment that helps pupils get better....
D&T Association Summer School
One of our most exciting agendas to date!
Inspiring innovation
Intellectual property business days
Building services engineering
A new set of teaching resources produced in association with Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE)
Getting started with robotics
Eight schools attend a CPD session introducing the Crumble programming system
STEM in Space
A new set of educational resources, developed with the UK Space Agency
Skills for Industry
Working with Nissan
The New GCSE Contextual Challenge (NEA)...
How to go about delivering it!
New resources for Secondary D&T
Future engineers and designers
3D In Education
3D printing isn’t the future, it’s the now!
Top bots
Students from Brentwood have appeared on Robot Wars and King of Bots, the No. 1 robot show in China
The Iterative Journey
Grappling with ‘Life after Levels’ and how to approach assessment
Greenford High School
A department profile
Curriculum planning
Getting it right with a little help
The Secret New Head of Department
#1 jumping in at the deep end
Engineering careers on track
The National College for High Speed Rail
Brighten up
Inspiring teaching and learning environments
Iterative design in action
Can tinkering benefit pupils’ learning?

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