From the 59 different stellations of the icosahedron, the sixth and final are presented here as cut-out models to glue together. Each of the models is coloured to draw attention to all the planes and surfaces which are related to each other.
A kit book containing two large models to cut out and glue together: the compound of five cubes and the compound of ten tetrahedra.
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.
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.
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.
Technology is a new and rapidly changing area of the curriculum. For experienced teachers in school as well as for students and novices, it has involved the need for a whole new range of knowledge and skills in teaching. This reader draws together already published articles and newly commissioned material from...
This book addresses a new school subject, Technology Education, which is emerging in the NATO countries in response to the need to develop technologically literate citizens. Technology Education programmes prepare students to evaluate, control, and function confidently with the technology that characterizes...
Teachers are often required to give presentations to adult groups. Covering all aspects of the presentation event, this book examines areas such as: overcoming fears of speaking in public; researching the audience and subject; and planning, structuring and timing the presentation.
Celebrating the centenary of the birth of one of the most influential 20th-century sculptors, Alexander Calder, this illustrated text explores both his life and works, including lesser known pieces, examined and analyzed in detail.