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Food technology: resource tasks

This project, designed for 14-16 year olds, builds upon the previous age group's project, but its resources focus on each of the subject areas and provide students with a more in-depth study of these.

This element shows pupils how to design and make various food products.;The resource tasks are short,...

Food science, nutrition and health

Rewritten to keep abreast of changing attitudes towards food as well as technological advances, this provides the necessary basis of elementary chemistry and goes on to meet the needs of most food science, home economics and nutrition courses.

It covers not only the nature of food and its functions, but...

Fashion futures

Today fashion is moving forward at a faster pace than ever before, with advancing technologies and new materials reinventing clothing as we know it. Futuristic garment designs are often inspired by surprising sources: biological science, climate change, space suits, artificial intelligence, genetic engineering, and...

Electronic products: teacher's guide

This project, designed for 14-16 year olds, builds upon the previous age group's project, but its resources focus on each of the subject areas and provide students with a more in-depth study of these.

This element shows students how to design and make electronic products for basic sensing, simple...

Electronic products: resource tasks

This project, designed for 14-16 year olds, builds upon the previous age group's project, but its resources focus on each of the subject areas and provide students with a more in-depth study of these.

This element shows students how to design and make electronic products for basic sensing, simple...

Education by design: a guide to technology across the curriculum

A guide to using 'Introducing design', by the same author, and a source of information and advice for all teachers involved in implementing National Curriculum design and technology. The philosophy and methodology behind 'Introducing design' is explained, and the ways in which it can be used in the classroom to...

DIY thirsty plant kit

Students can make their own moisture sensor out of plaster of Paris and nails. Twist together the circuit and power it all with a solar panel that will tell an LED to flash when the plants need watering. – 

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DIY synth kit

No soldering required, students can make changes to the circuit and add new parts. Add a light dependent resistor to control the volume, add a custom keyboard or even hook it up with an Arduino. Then design a case to house it in.

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DIY speaker kit

Build a custom amplifier out of electronic components. Then design a set of speakers to house it in.

DIY instrument kit

Solder together the circuit board to make a light-sensitive musical device.

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