Design and Technology in the Primary School Case Studies for Teachers by Margaret Rogers, Makiya Hind, Hind (Lewisham Local Education Authority) Makiya
  

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Design and Technology in the Primary School Case Studies for Teachers by Margaret Rogers, Makiya Hind, Hind (Lewisham Local Education Authority) Makiya

The inclusion of technology among the National Curriculum foundation subjects is an exciting , but at the same time somewhat daunting challenge for primary teachers. This series of case studies shows how real teachers across the primmary age range have put design and technology into practice as a focus for their topic work. Through these examples Margaret Rogers and Hind Makiya show what is meant by design and technology in the primary school and how problem solving activiies can be used to fulfil the requirements of the National Curriculum across several subjects. Useful appendices summarize the technology requirements of the National Curriculum and give extra guidance in common areas of difficulty such as the introduction of electricity and the use of electricity and the use of technical lego.

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Format

Hardback
160 pages

Author

Margaret Rogers, Makiya Hind, Hind (Lewisham Local Education Authority) Makiya
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Publisher

Routledge an imprint of Taylor & Francis Ltd
www.routledge.com

Publication date

7th January 1993

ISBN

9780415080897


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