Design goes online

16th January 2004 at 00:00
Examples of innovative and creative lessons in design and technology across the country are to feature on a new website. The Records of Real Design and Technology project, to go online by July, will give examples of how teachers have helped pupils become creative problem-solvers.

It follows research by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority which showed design and technology lessons needed to give pupils more time and space to think creatively.

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