This is where design and technology teachers get together on TES. This group covers all the key areas of D&T including food technology, textiles, graphics and electronics. It’s a great source of lesson ideas and inspiration.
Given that the season for telling teachers they now have responsibility for stuff is upon us, thought I would give this thread a new lease of life.
In response to an enquiry from a new coordinator last summer I put together a quick guide to starting off as a new D+T coordinator, zipped together with a bunch of relevant documents such as a policy, assessment pro formas, various lesson resources, coordinator file contents page, online resources inter al
Anyone wanting the toolkit, please leave an addy here or in a message or by mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
I would appreciate this very much
honeyloop @ hotmail. co. uk
needs a bump
Thanks in advance
After a conversation with the Head last week it looks like I could do wth some inspiration on this. I am Secondary D&T.
on its way, Polly
have been given the great task of DT coordinater.... would be mightily greatful for the toolkit....all help is totally welcome. thanks very much!!! email@example.com
on its way
oooh, yes please firstname.lastname@example.org thank you!
Hope you don't mind me jumping into you thread, but you all may also be interested in the new Design and technology assessment software we have just released that is suitable for assessing Primary DT.
details from the website. www.hemmingeducation.co.uk
really easy to use see the thread below for more info...
cotbdevon Hope you don't mind me jumping into you thread
there's a marketplace for that kind of advert and another one at http://primaryresourcecentre.myfreeforum.org/index.php
happyday your toolkit is on its e-way.
Oh yes please, that would be a great help!
Could I please have a copy!?
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