KS3 D&T Learning Planner and Assessing Without Levels – Teacher Guide

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KS3 D&T Learning Planner and Assessing Without Levels – Teacher Guide and Resource Bank
First published 2015; updated 2016

This free guide and associated tools have been produced to support design and technology teachers in developing practice in school.  It has been designed to enable you to use the provided KS3 learning programme or to part-populate your own.  The resource comprises a Key Stage 3 plan for D&T learning, planning and auditing tools, and guidance on using the D&T Association Progression Framework and associated D&T Key Resources bank of learning resources which contains 45 activities from which you can choose to populate a unique learning programme (scheme of work) for your school.

“The Key Resources have really engaged our students because not only are the PowerPoints and the teacher resources there for us to use, we've been able to adapt them to meet our students' needs and requirements when then has allowed us to really provide an enriched curriculum.”

The guide includes sections on :
•    Planning effective learning in D&T from the National Curriculum 2014
•    Assessment without levels in the National Curriculum 2014
•    The 2014 National Curriculum Design and Technology – Programmes of study
•    The Design and Technology Association Progression Framework
•    Long term planning
•    Time allocation
•    Short term planning – Creating a lesson plan from the guidance provided in the learning unit
•    Assessment without levels
•    Mastery in the NC2014

It also includes auditing tools, an example lesson plan and details of linked resources in different areas of learning that address Product Design, Food, Textiles and System & Control activities with different types of focus as:
•    Mainly designing
•    Mainly making
•    Design and make
•    Technology in society
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