D&T Practice 3.2020 pdf copy

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DD&T Practice is an A4 magazine publication offering practical ideas and solutions to primary and secondary 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 Primary and Secondary Association members and to other membership categories. It is also available by subscription.
  • Editorial - What’s the point of school? Tony Ryan
  • News - D&T to the rescue
  • Primary planning with Projects on a Page - Henry Clark, Moorlands Junior School
  • Sustainability Design Challenge - Andy Buckler and Caroline Astall, Torkington Primary School
  • Engaging with sustainability - Tom Turnham, Belham Primary School
  • A Brave New World - Primary engineering
  • Teachers in Residence - Mark Preston - Heraeus Conamic; Stuart Dashwood - Prodrive; Rebecca Topps - Bulletproof
  • Passionate about D&T - Martin Stobbs, Cardinal Hume Catholic School
  • ExtraOrdinary Spaces - Engaging pupils with realworld engineering
  • Seizing opportunities; generating ideas - Amanda Britton, Twynham School
  • V&A National Schools Challenge - Liam Anderson and Nicky Johnson, Trinity School
  • CanSat: a satellite in a soft drink can? - Matthew Bury, STEM Ambassador
  • A game of throws? - Paul Woodward, Rugby School Thailand
  • Design for dignity - Paul Pentelow, Invisible Creations
  • Embedding sustainability - Michelle Woodard, The King John School
  • Precious Plastic and the Maker Movement - Tom Fox, Beechwood Park School
  • More House School - Charles Stewart
  • The USB lantern: a new way of learning - Paul Woodward & Stuart Douglas, Rugby School Thailand

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