D&T Practice 3.2015 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
Designed and Made in Britain…?
Curriculum Update
Will your Year 8 students be ready in time for the new GCSE?
Skills Gap
Renishaw steps up support for Skills Gap teaching resources
Events
D&T Summer School success
The Self Review Framework
Departmental Self-Evaluation Made Easy
Resources
Key Stage 3 D&T Key Resources
Introducing the BBC Micro:bit
A small hand held computer that will be given to all Year 7 students
Exam Results
2000-2015 D&T GCSE and GCE examination entries and results
Design and Technology Association Annual Survey of Provision 2015
Headline data from the annual survey of provision
Plastics Challenge…
Students find solutions to problems caused by waste plastics
Planning the Food Curriculum
My role as a School Food Champion!
First Steps in Systems and Control – Part 4
Continuing further projects with the DT Starter Picaxe and other PCBs
The World is NOT flat – it is round!
Designing outside the ‘box’
Chocolate Easter Eggs
Students at Hamilton Lodge School and College for the Deaf in Brighton exemplify that working between material areas can create some great products
Concrete Speakers
Students at Dixons Trinity Academy design and make concrete speakers
Monster Invasion!
Year 7 students to create ‘junky’ monsters, made using recycled materials

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