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Engaging trainee teachers of science and design & technology in cross curricula collaboration – a case study

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This presentation explores the possibilities of developing innovative curricular by means of collaboration between teachers from different disciplines through the activities and outcomes of a one day …

This presentation explores the possibilities of developing innovative curricular by means of collaboration between teachers from different disciplines through the activities and outcomes of a one day workshop between trainee teachers in science and design & technology at a university in the East Midlands of England. Presented at TERC 2012: http://www.griffith.edu.au/conference/technology-education-research-conference-2012

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  • 1. ENGAGING TRAINEE TEACHERS OF SCIENCE AND DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY IN CROSS CURRICULA COLLABORATION – A CASE STUDY David Barlex Visiting Lecturer Roehampton University david.barlex@btinternet.com @davidbarlex Sarah Davies Nottingham Trent University @sdsdavies sarah.davies@ntu.ac.uk Alison Hardy Nottingham Trent University alison.hardy@ntu.ac.uk @hardy_alison
  • 2. Overview• Why bother?• Course structure• Workshop experience• Collaborations and comments• John-Steiner, White, STEM, Layton & Hardy• Next steps
  • 3. Why bother?Intimate relationship Utility - Purpose Initiate conversations as soon as possible
  • 4. Course Structure WorkshopEducation and Professional Studies
  • 5. Workshop experience
  • 6. The collaboration task
  • 7. Collaborations and commentsGroup 1 Group 2 Group 3Smart putty as starting point Olympics with focus on Designing for the otherScience: cycling, running and field 90%Investigations Cycling – textiles and physics Water purificationStates of matter Running – food technology Science:Particle Theory and chemistry Separation techniquesD&T: Field events – resistant D&T:Investigation of products materials and biology Designing in response toDeveloping new products Justification real world issueJustification Enterprise JustificationUnderstanding ‘properties’ as a Community links Applying sciencesignificant idea Understanding howDesigning from science provided science worksdifferentiation Designing for society‘Real’ world applications give Enabling autonomousmotivation learning
  • 8. Discussion
  • 9. Next steps• Exploring trainees’ attitudes to cross curricula collaboration• Possibilities for pursuing collaboration• Exploring influence of staff responsible for ITE• Values of other stakeholders
  • 10. Thanks for your attention David Barlex Visiting Lecturer Roehampton University david.barlex@btinternet.com Sarah Davies Nottingham Trent University sarah.davies@ntu.ac.uk Alison Hardy Nottingham Trent University alison.hardy@ntu.ac.uk

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