Teachng tricky bits of the new D&T curriculum in KS1 and KS2(PT00170915)

Provider: The Design and Technology Association
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Description Projects on a Page in Action! Practical CPD for primary D&T subject leaders and classroom teachers Aims: • To develop practical expertise and subject knowledge in more challenging aspects of the D&T curriculum • To gain first-hand experience of carrying out D&T activities based on ‘Projects on a Page’ • To begin to develop a resource pack that can be used back at school to support teaching and learning Course content: This practical, hands-on, full day course will provide subject leaders and classroom teachers with the practical skills and know-how to teach challenging and technically demanding aspects of the new National Curriculum for D&T. Delegates will consider how the content of several projects within the popular national scheme of work ‘Projects on a Page’ can be translated into practice through high quality teaching and learning. During the day delegates will begin to build a resource pack including teaching aids that can be used back at school in their own and other teachers’ classrooms. The course leader, Gareth Pimley, was a major contributor to the final draft of the programmes of study and central to the development of ‘Projects on a Page’. The day will include the following workshop sessions: • Workshop 1: Progression across the D&T curriculum, what it looks like and how it can be achieved • Workshop 2: Practical strategies for promoting an iterative process of designing and making • Workshop 3: Understanding and using electrical systems in KS2 • Workshop 4: Understanding and using mechanisms in KS1 and mechanical systems in KS2 Please note that a sample of project planners from ‘Projects on a Page’ will be handed out to delegates during the course.
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Projects on a Page in Action!

 

~~Practical CPD for primary D&T subject leaders and classroom teachers
Aims:

• To develop practical expertise and subject knowledge in more challenging aspects of the D&T curriculum
• To gain first-hand experience of carrying out D&T activities based on ‘Projects on a Page’
• To begin to develop a resource pack that can be used back at school to support teaching and learning
Course content:

This practical, hands-on, full day course will provide subject leaders and classroom teachers with the practical skills and know-how to teach challenging and technically demanding aspects of the new National Curriculum for D&T. Delegates will consider how the content of several projects within the popular national scheme of work ‘Projects on a Page’ can be translated into practice through high quality teaching and learning. During the day delegates will begin to build a resource pack including teaching aids that can be used back at school in their own and other teachers’ classrooms. 

The course leader, Gareth Pimley, was a major contributor to the final draft of the programmes of study and central to the development of ‘Projects on a Page’. The day will include the following workshop sessions:

• Workshop 1: Progression across the D&T curriculum, what it looks like and how it can be achieved
• Workshop 2: Practical strategies for promoting an iterative process of designing and making
• Workshop 3: Understanding and using electrical systems in KS2
• Workshop 4: Understanding and using mechanisms in KS1 and mechanical systems in KS2    

Please note that a sample of project planners from ‘Projects on a Page’ will be handed out to delegates during the course.

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