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Digital Designer

Simon Cam is a digital designer, working on interactive video production for an advertising agency. This Department for Education clip shows the importance of science and mathematics in a range of creative industries.

Simon works with film, special effects and 3D graphics, to develop a range of visual...

Robot Challenge

In this Teachers TV video, a team of two schools from Yorkshire, design build and test a robot before travelling to America to take part in a competition against hundreds of other schools. The robot, made from a kit of 150 parts common to all teams, must be capable of competing in a basketball type game and the...

Designing Your Own Prom Dress

In this Teachers TV video, secondary design and technology students with a passion for fashion, textiles and design make their own prom dresses as part of a vocational project at Key Stage Four. Helped by award-winning fashion designer, Seema Izaiah, the Year Eleven students from Holywells High School in Ipswich...

Design and Technology

This Teachers TV programme shows a complete lesson, uninterrupted and unedited with the intention of developing classroom observation skills. At the beginning of the film, the teacher gives a brief overview of the class and objectives for that lesson and afterwards, reflects on how she felt the session went. In...

Designing for CAD/CAM 1

This Teachers TV video follows Steve Scott, a local authority design and technology advisor, as he works with staff and students in a school in Barking and Dagenham. Steve believes that although CAD/CAM has revolutionised classroom teaching, it can sometimes lead to traditional design skills being ignored. He has...

Designing for CAD/CAM 2

In this Teachers TV video, design and technology trouble-shooter Steve Stott has devised some innovative ideas to help students design for CAD/CAM. Steve is trying out a new scheme of work at John Kelly Technology College in Brent, where over a third of students speak English as a second language. Students here...

How Pop Art Changed the World

This film clips describes the technical innovations that enabled pop art to change the look of peoples’ homes. Being able to print bright colours onto fabrics and wallpapers and the discovery of new plastic pigments meant that colour was everywhere. New materials and advances in...

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