I’ve recently started to get interested in self contained units of work delivered by interactive PDFs. Here’s the design a Postage Stamp unit for my graphics class with a new tutorial which is shorter and clearer. Click on the Stamp … Continue reading →
Just finished a few touches to a newish project for my Year 8 woodwork class. I found the basic plan a few years ago in an old Makita school resource and used it to help a casual teacher get through a … Continue reading →
The resources that are freely available online (sometimes of dubious copyright) amaze me. It’s no wonder modern students can sometimes feel overwhelmed. Never fear, I hope that this blog can find and share some of the most useful for your studies … Continue reading →
Are you using Dropbox and Office 2013 on your PC at home or school? If you are, then below is a small batch file to help Office 2013 programs to save straight into you Dropbox folder and get sync’d to … Continue reading →
Two excellent resources I found on Youtube recently that show the manufacture of several timber products. Although a little long in the tooth they make excellent resources for student and teachers covering Industrial Technology and Design and Technology. How Timber … Continue reading →
Here are some longer videos on the design process. From ideation to full scale concept car. It’s a pretty good introduction to some of the concepts and ideas we cover in Design & Technology related courses.
Scanning documents and collecting evidence of learning and assessment for a teacher is becoming more and more necessary, and will only continue to do so. I like many others use a multifunction printer/scanner to do this, however, it’s at home … Continue reading →