Design and Technology: Approaches to IT Capability Key Stage Three

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This booklet was published by the National Council for Educational Technology (NCET) in 1995 and is part of a series, Approaches to IT Capability, which aimed to show how information technology (IT) could be used within National Curriculum subjects at Key Stage Three.

The resource identifies ways in which IT could be used to facilitate teaching and learning in design and technology and help to develop the students' capability. Suggestions are given for using IT in design and technology projects.

Communicating and handling information:
* Personal security
* Executive toys
* Marketing the product
* Presenting the product

Measurement:
* Designer bread

Control:
* Safety first
* Quality and quantity

Modelling:
* Waste not!
* Room design
* Light IT up

References are made to software which may now be out-of-date.

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