Materials for a KS2/3 CPD cross-curricular session on using free tools for manipulating and data-capture from digital images and video clips.
This is a presentation that I use to introduce the topic of robots in Unit 1 for L2 BTEC Engineering.It contains an overview of different types of robots and sets up a debate amongst teams about the advantages and disadvantages of robots in industry.This can also be used for KS3 engineering / D&T lessons.
This is a presentation that I use to introduce the topic of sustainability for Unit 1 L2 BTEC Engineering.It contains an overview of 5 R', some industry examples and a number of short activities for the students to try.
Ohbot is a new build-it-yourself educational robot which models some of the physical movements of the human head from the neck up. It can nod and turn its plastic head, open its mouth, turn its eyes and raise its eyebrows - all controlled by servo motors and linkages. Programming is in a Scratch-based...
Aimed at Science and D and T professionals these 4 day residential courses take place at Napier, Manchester and London Metropolitan Universities in June and July 2015. A mixture of lectures from leading academics and industry professionals combined with laboratory sessions and visits to polymer processing factories...
Here are some resources that I have used when teaching 1st and 2nd point perspective.
These resources have been created to support the teaching of branding at KS3 in D&T lessons.
This is a sample of homework challenges that I have used with my low ability learners in KS3 D&T Graphics. The challenges give the learners the chance to practise simple graphic skills, with self assessment at the end of each file.
This is a version of the board game Articulate, remixed for L2 BTEC Engineering, unit 1.
This is set of resources that I use to introduce the topic of PCB manufacture for Unit 1 L2 BTEC Engineering.It contains an overview of the different stages of PCB manufacture and a brief explanation of surface mount technology. The question sheet can be used alongside the presentation.