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BSc induction 2013 14

  1. 1. BSc (Hons) Secondary Design and Technology Education Welcome talk and registration Programme Leader: Alison Hardy
  2. 2. BSc(Hons) Secondary Design & Technology Education17 September 2013 2 Welcome • Expectations, hopes & questions • Programme Aims • Course Structure • Assessment Schedule • Using NOW • Organisation • Induction Programme
  3. 3. BSc(Hons) Secondary Design & Technology Education Staff Programme Leader Alison Hardy Senior lecturers Sarah Davies Beverley Lawe Jamie Tinney Paul Boyd Course Administrators Carolyn Owen/ Jo Reeves Senior Workshop Technicians Andrew Lambley/ Kerry Truman 17 September 2013 3
  4. 4. BSc(Hons) Secondary Design & Technology Education BSc (Hons) Secondary Design and Technology Education 17 September 2013 5
  5. 5. BSc(Hons) Secondary Design & Technology Education Course Aims • Aim 1 – To enable you to become an exciting and effective secondary school teacher by providing you with appropriate professional skills, knowledge and values in order to meet the current DCSF standards for QTS. • Aim 2 - To provide you with the knowledge and skills of Design and Technology to enable you to apply the subject innovatively, dynamically and responsibly within the 11-16 phase and to contribute to the 16-19 curriculum. • Aim 3 - To have a critical understanding of Design and Technology, its place in the secondary school curriculum and in a wider social context. 17 September 2013 6
  6. 6. BSc(Hons) Secondary Design & Technology Education Year 1 Learning Outcomes • Knowledge and Understanding: • A1 Develop awareness of the ways in which children learn and with reference to pupils, schools and teachers, identify the factors that facilitate this learning (A 1 & 3); • A2 Demonstrate specialised foundation skills and knowledge in Design and Technology needed to teach Design and Technology in the Secondary school to Key Stage 3. • A3 Evaluate the school curriculum and demonstrate an understanding of the distinctive contribution made by Design and Technology (A 1 & 3). • Skills, Qualities and Attributes: • A4 Develop awareness of effective, innovative and motivating D&T learning tasks (A 1 & 2); • A5 Demonstrate a capability for engaging with the full technological design process from identification to evaluation under direction and some self-direction (A2); • A6 Demonstrate your ability to explore the relationship between technology and society in the 21st century in an informed and balanced manner your evaluation (A 1); • A7 Demonstrate transferable key skills of planning and effective communication (A 3). 17 September 2013 7
  7. 7. BSc(Hons) Secondary Design & Technology Education Organisation - workshop Senior Workshop Technicians Andrew Lambley/ Kerry Truman Resistant Materials / Systems and Control Food Technology/Textile Technology Black aprons provided by SoE Strong safety shoes (preferably 'Totector') Safety glasses/ear protection Electronics tool kit (guidance given at induction) Craft apron for textiles food apron or chef’s jacket 17 September 2013 8 Locker keys – see Kerry Safety Equipment – detail from Andrew and Kerry
  8. 8. BSc(Hons) Secondary Design & Technology Education Organisation – Mainly Designing • Portfolio • Sketchbooks • Layout pads • HB pencils • Pens 17 September 2013 9
  9. 9. BSc(Hons) Secondary Design & Technology Education Group activity • As a group – Research one area of Nottingham, focussing on local businesses and shops. Present your findings to tutors on Friday am. You will each be given a specific area of Nottingham to research. • Think about your audience and what they might need to know about the different area of Nottingham. You are now Design and Technology Education students (so a good knowledge of where to buy materials, get inspiration, research consumers, identify problems etc). Also remembering that your audience may have just moved to Nottingham and needs to know where to go out, take visitors, shop etc. • Consider how you will present your information (wiki, digital photos, text, hyperlinks, power point etc.) The final resource needs to be electronic so that it can be stored in the NOW (VLE) area. 17 September 2013 10