Effective delivery of Electronics and Control at Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 - Essex

Date and Time

Start Date: 12th July 2019

Time: 09:30 - 16:30

Member Price: £200.00

Your Price: £250.00

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Course outline

Expectation/content

A highly practical workshop that will support you in developing knowledge, skills and confidence in the delivery of Electronics and Control and be able to embed within a functional product. This course has been designed to aid the transition between Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 so therefore will cover the minimum requirements for the D&T programmes of study at and KS2 and at KS3. It’s a course that would be appropriate for both Primary Key Stage 2 colleagues and Secondary Key Stage 3 colleagues.

You will:

Develop an understanding of how to effectively deliver electronics at Key Stage 2 through to Key Stage 3.

Develop an understanding for the various inputs, processes and outputs and how these can be integrated into functional products.

Design a product that will make use of an electronic circuit with selected inputs and outputs.

Develop an understanding of how you can use control to embed intelligence into a product.

Gain a strong understanding of how the crumble board and software can be used at Key Stage 2 through to Key Stage 3.

Have an opportunity to plan how these will be implemented effectively back in your school.

We will also discuss and explore how the delivery of these skills connects to learning across the Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths curriculum at Key Stage 2 through to Key Stage 3.

 

Learning outcomes:

Understand how to deliver electronics at Key Stage 2 through to Key Stage 3 effectively

Design and make an electronic product that is effective in meeting the six principles

Use a crumble board to embed intelligence into a product using various inputs and outputs to change the functionality

Connect the learning in Design and Technology to all areas of the Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths curriculum.

 

No prior expertise is necessarily. The course will be delivered by Leanne Mee who has a strong background working as a secondary Design and Technology Teacher and Leader. Leanne gained her National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership in her recent post for bringing about sustainable changes STEM subjects within the Academy she worked. Following on from this Leanne left her post and founded The STEM Workshop Ltd in January 2018 to have a wider impact on children’s learning and works with both Primary and Secondary schools supporting them in embedding Design and Technology into their curriculum and making strong connections between Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. Leanne is really passionate about ensuring all children are supported in gaining broad skills to allow for progression in learning through to employment. All learning that is developed is closely linked to careers and addresses the needs of the Gatsby Benchmarks of good career guidance.

Please wear appropriate clothing and shoes as this is a practical training session.

Delegates that have not booked prior to the event cannot be guaranteed a space.

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Address

Harris Academy Chafford Hundred, Mayflower Road
Chafford Hundred
Nr Grays
Essex
RM16 6SA

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