Each of the ten basic paper engineering mechanisms shown in this book has an important explosive quality. Each folds flat, but when it is eased out of its envelope it suddenly jumps into a three dimensional shape.
This report has been published as a contribution to the national debate on technology in schools. The authors were asked to investigate what is happening in regard to technology at A level and what could be done to secure A level technology as an important, worthwhile and valuable subject in its own right.
This is the fourth in the series Delivering the Technology Curriculum. In it is presented the accounts of the approaches to Design and Technology of two schools and the teacher training department of a university college.
The journal of the Foundation for Science and Technology, published quarterly.
This edition covers advanced level syllabuses for design and technology. It has been updated to reflect recent developments in the field, including 350 recent exam assignments and extracts from student's own design portfolios.
Defines technology through the use of knowledge, tools and skills, aiming to solve day-to-day problems by integrating individual aspects of technology into systems. It has been designed to teach students how to approach technological problems analytically.
Bringing the art of The Magic Eye to a new level of creativity and complexity, a collection of interactive perceptual paradoxes invites readers to transverse unusual mazes, solve riddles, and decipher mind-boggling puzzles.
An introduction to the Japanese art of paper folding. It provides a history of the art, an explanation of the basic origami shapes and forms, a set of origami rules, helpful ideas and a starter pack of eight sheets of coloured origami paper.
Offering a complete course for students following GCSE or an equivalent course, this text begins with basic electronics principles. It develops the concepts through semiconductors, analogue electronics and digital electronics.