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Title: Developing your own curriculum
Authors: Baldwin, N
Barlex, D
Keywords: Design & technology;Curriculum development
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Cliffe & Co (Advertising & Marketing) Ltd
Citation: Design & Technology for the next generation A collection of provocative pieces, written by experts in their field, to stimulate reflection and curriculum innovaton 2007, Whitchurch, Shropshire, Cliffeco Communications, Nov 2007
Abstract: This chapter will explore the processes by which a newly qualified teacher can make a contribution to the design & technology curriculum. It is in six parts. First the chapter will consider the classroom conditions a teacher must create if his or her teaching is to be successful. Second we will explore four key features that determine the success of a subject in the curriculum. Third we will investigate how a newly qualified teacher might develop and articulate their vision for the subject. Fourth we will consider the importance of working with colleagues as part of the design & technology team in a school. Fifth we will discuss the areas in which you might make a contribution to developing the curriculum. Finally we will consider how you can become a reflective and effective practitioner through curriculum development.
URI: http://www.dandt-thebook.com
http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/1650
ISBN: 978-1901351002
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Dept of Education Research Papers

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