A selection of technology and engineering projects for primary and secondary students.
Illustrates in dynamic form ten basic mechanisms which are used in making pop-up books. Each of the ten basic mechanisms is illustrated by a working model which can be cut out and made. When finished it can be glued back into the book with a special tab to make a 3D dictionary.
This book offers some simple ways of drawing curves and studying their properties. It also looks at what happens when changes are made to the construction rules.
This series is intended to cover historical perspectives, current practice and research and development in Technological Education in the primary, secondary, tertiary and continuing education areas.
This Beginner's Guide provides an easily readable introduction to the many aspects of technical illustration - including orthographic projection, 3-dimensional objects, perspective, and freehand drawing and sketching.
This book can help students acquire a background and perspective on the technologies within which they eventually will live and work. This basis of knowledge could help shape the directions of future educational and career choices made by students. (1985)
Exploring Technology is the second of a three-part series of publications for use in the study of technology in the middle school. This text explores modern technological systems. In all three texts, a historic perspective is developed to contribute to the complete understanding of modern systems, including projecting...
Examines the development of technology from its beginning through the development of industry and highly advanced systems which encompass automation and cybernetics.
This text was designed as part of a professional bookshelf for the college level. Its purpose is to order and structure the discipline of technology by identifying and analyzing the component parts and to examine technical means as critical variables in the affairs of humankind.
In a little over a decade, Craft, Design and Technology has become one of the most expansive and expensive subjects in the secondary curriculum. This hard-hitting, sometimes irreverent critique - a challenging polemic for CDT values - examines, within an historical context, the pressures for change and assesses the...