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Creative resources for Design and Technology KS3 - 5
D&T NEA checklist GCSE AQA
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D&T NEA checklist GCSE AQA

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AQA GCSE NEA checklist that has all the pages needed linked to the mark scheme. There is one for textiles focus and one for product design. I use it as a Google sheet on Google Classrooms so that students can edit it and I can monitor their progress. Made on excel so it can be edited.
Product Design A Level Project Redesign the ketchup bottle
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Product Design A Level Project Redesign the ketchup bottle

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PowerPoint for Product Design A Level project that teachers designing for different stakeholder’s needs. I normally run the project for 4 weeks and teach ‘identifying requirements’ and ‘communication techniques’ through the project. I give each student a different stakeholder that they need to design for. It is a great project to show how the same initial brief will have different design outcomes depending on who you are designing for. PowePoint can be edited. I have included an example of a student’s submitted work for reference.
Product Design Transition Task - ALevel D&T COVID-19 Homelearning
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Product Design Transition Task - ALevel D&T COVID-19 Homelearning

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Transition task for Year 11s going into Year 12 . The tasks focus on the key skills that students will need for A Level and have links to help guide them. I have included a time slot for each task. I added an additional tasks and extensions so that this could be used as a term project for Year 11 during school closures. There are four tasks: - hand sketch technical drawing, CAD, problem solving design task, exploring designers and analysis It is a word document so that you can edit. Feedback welcome. Thank you. Twitter: @designsbystreet
Top tips for being an organised teacher
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Top tips for being an organised teacher

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Tips for trainee teachers on being organised. Many trainees struggle with the admin in teaching this is the sheet that I produced to go along side my training sessions. Feedback welcome. Thanks. Twitter: @designsbystreet
Design and Technology GCSE ALevel Iterative design. Student 'next step' cards for OCR coursework
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Design and Technology GCSE ALevel Iterative design. Student 'next step' cards for OCR coursework

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Help cards to support students with their ‘next step’ in the iterative design cycle. Use as a starter, lesson focus or to encourage independent learning. Each card has two focused questions and 3 differentiated options for next step activity/task. All cards are based on OCRs NEA assessment. Students have been really responsive to using these. Any feedback or ideas please share.