D&T Practice 1.2022 pdf copy

Member Price: £0.00

Your Price: £6.00

Add to basket

Select your desired quantity below and then click 'add to basket'. You will then be able to continue shopping or checkout.

Log in to get members’ prices. Links to digital resources will be sent by email once payment is received.

View basket

D&T Practice 1.2022 pdf copy

D&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: Levelling up?
  •          Discussion paper: The state of design and technology in schools in England
  •          D&T People: Peter Williams, Wootton Park School
  •          Events and inset training
  •          How to use the posters in this issue
  •          A decade of D&T: diary of a D&T enthusiast: Janine Pavlis
  •          3D printing with conductive layers: Mike Cargill
  •          Anyone for cricket?: Annie Tauk
  •          The D&T journal: Kay Stables
  •          Young manufacturers forging careers
  •          Made Here Now survey and case studies:
  •          Book review – Drawing to learn anything: no drawing skills required: Brendan Anglim
  •          Laser focus in D&T: Using a visualiser in D&T classes
  •          D&T teacher survey: Matt McLain
  •          D-sign: Amy Downing
  •          Robots at Coundon Court: IET First Lego League
  •          A more sustainable department: Dale Mears
  •          Teaching theory in D&T: Paul Woodward
  •          Raising the profile: Sheena Ryde
  •          F1 in Schools national finals: SBA Avidity Racing from Scarborough UTC
  •          T Levels: the next big thing: Zac Aldridge
  •          Do your :bit: Kurt Robinson



  •          Sandwich Snacks
  •          Playgrounds


Prices include VAT at the appropriate rate where applicable, postage and packing for UK only. For overseas postage please call us.

Back to products