Where does it fit with the new single GCSE? Planning a 5 year model 2017

Provider: The Design and Technology Association
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Description Please note: If you are a member, please login to receive the member rate. By becoming a member you can attend CPD and purchase teaching resources at a greatly reduced rate. This course is for Teachers wishing to modernise their textiles provision teachers with little or no experience of teaching textiles teachers from boys’ schools looking to implement textiles into their curriculum in a meaningful way teachers from a traditional needlework/sewing background who need to consider the change required for the new GCSE Course outline: Textiles can be misrepresented in the design and technology curriculum. This workshop will explore why all students need to develop a much better understanding of textiles and how teachers can achieve this. By adopting a structured and creative approach in year 7, issues of continuity and progression can be addressed so that the core knowledge required for the new D&T GCSE can be delivered. This will enable students at KS4 to work in a much more creative and independent manner. They will gain a better understanding about how textiles can be used, either on their own or in combination with other materials, in order to design and make contemporary products at GCSE and beyond. The relevance of textiles to other industries and professions will be explored in order to provide teachers with up to date information on career opportunities, both within the textiles and fashion industry and beyond. Learning Outcomes Completing this course will enable you to: plan for progression across KS3 and map this against the NC 2014 Programme of Study. know which fibres, fabrics and materials to focus on and how best to engage students in their application – including technical textiles understand the links between textiles and STEM based learning with ideas for implementation (Including e-textiles) challenge stereotypical perceptions about textiles and have a clear understanding of their use in 21st century society plus their increased importance for future generations. Gain ideas for creatively utilising current equipment across the department to produce exciting products and a basis for iterative design. Terms and Conditions: Please read our cancellation policy before booking onto this event: https://www.data.org.uk/terms-and-conditions/
Duration 1 day
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Categories Secondary, KS3, KS4, Technology, Teaching staff, Personal Development, Out of school
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Please note:  If you are a member, please login to receive the member rate.  By becoming a member you can attend CPD and purchase teaching resources at a greatly reduced rate.

This course is for Teachers wishing to modernise their textiles provision teachers with little or no experience of teaching textiles teachers from boys’ schools looking to implement textiles into their curriculum in a meaningful way teachers from a traditional needlework/sewing background who need to consider the change required for the new GCSE Course outline: Textiles can be misrepresented in the design and technology curriculum. This workshop will explore why all students need to develop a much better understanding of textiles and how teachers can achieve this. By adopting a structured and creative approach in year 7, issues of continuity and progression can be addressed so that the core knowledge required for the new D&T GCSE can be delivered. This will enable students at KS4 to work in a much more creative and independent manner. They will gain a better understanding about how textiles can be used, either on their own or in combination with other materials, in order to design and make contemporary products at GCSE and beyond. The relevance of textiles to other industries and professions will be explored in order to provide teachers with up to date information on career opportunities, both within the textiles and fashion industry and beyond. Learning Outcomes Completing this course will enable you to: plan for progression across KS3 and map this against the NC 2014 Programme of Study. know which fibres, fabrics and materials to focus on and how best to engage students in their application – including technical textiles understand the links between textiles and STEM based learning with ideas for implementation (Including e-textiles) challenge stereotypical perceptions about textiles and have a clear understanding of their use in 21st century society plus their increased importance for future generations. Gain ideas for creatively utilising current equipment across the department to produce exciting products and a basis for iterative design.

Terms and Conditions: Please read our cancellation policy before booking onto this event:  https://www.data.org.uk/terms-and-conditions/

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Dec 05, 2017 09:30 Hook ST01051217 - Lord Wandsworth College Info