Abstracts

  • Clare Allsop Loughborough University
  • Christine Arthington High Tunstall Comprehensive School, Hartlepool
  • David Barlex Brunel University
  • John Dakers Glasgow University
  • Wendy J. Dow
  • Louise Duvernet Australian Catholic University
  • J. W. Hamilton Stranmillis University College, Belfast
  • Tony Hodgson Loughborough University
  • Martin Howlett Tarporley Community High School, Cheshire
  • Steve Keirl University of South Australia
  • Tony Lawler Goldsmiths College
  • Tim Lewis Sheffield Hallam University
  • Mike Martin University of Central England
  • Andy Mitchell Sheffield Hallam University
  • Eddie Norman Loughborough University
  • Marion Rutland University of Surrey, Roehampton
  • Rose Sinclair Goldsmiths College London
  • David Spendlove
  • Torben Steeg University of Manchester

Abstract

The following publications are abstracts by the mentionned authors;

  • A Preliminary Study of an attempt to Introduce PGCE D&T Students to Designing and the Teaching of Designing in the Secondary School - Abstract by David Barlex and Marion Rutland
  • Remembering the C in D&T: Gendered Perceptions of Creativity and Design & Technology - Abstract by David Spendlove
  • Innovation in Design and Technology: the Polymer Acoustic Guitar and the Case for Relegation of 'The Design Process' - Abstract by Dr Eddie Norman
  • The Introduction of Practical Craft Skills into the Scottish Technology Curriculum: A New Beginning or the Beginning of the End - Abstract by John Dakers
  • Making Progress? A Discussion of the Concept of Progress in Relation to Design and Technology Education - Abstract by Steve Keirl
  • Globalisation of the Go: Implications for Design and Technology Education @ 2003 - Abstract by Steve Keirl
  • The Wow Factor - Textiles gets a Boost with CAD in the UK and Australia - Abstract by Rose Sinclair and Louise Duvernet
  • Interaction, Dialogue and a Creative Spirit of Inquiry - Abstract by J. W. Hamilton
  • Technology Students' Views of Intelligence and the Implications for Classroom Practice - Abstract by Wendy J. Dow
  • Is there a Core of D&T Knowledge? - Abstract by Tim Lewis
  • Deyond Pro/DESKTOP Computer Aided Design (CAD): the Transfer of CAD-based Design Modelling Skills from Schools to Higher Education - Abstract by Tony Hodgson and Clare Allsop
  • 'It aint what you do it's the way that you do it' - Abstract by Tony Lawler and Martin Howlett
  • The Presentation of Systems Thinking in Support Materials for Secondary Design & Technology Pupils: A Review - Abstract by Torben Steeg
  • Valuing Progression in Design and Technology Education - Abstract by Mike Martin
  • Electronic Portfolios for Design and Technology. What if...? - Abstract by Andy Mitchell
  • Gifted and Talented Pupils in Design and Technology at Key Stage Three - Abstract by Christine Arthington

Author Biographies

Clare Allsop, Loughborough University
Department of Design and Technology
Christine Arthington, High Tunstall Comprehensive School, Hartlepool
Head of Food/Textiles
John Dakers, Glasgow University
Lecturer in Technological Education
Louise Duvernet, Australian Catholic University
Lecturer in technology
Tony Hodgson, Loughborough University
Department of Design and Technology
Andy Mitchell, Sheffield Hallam University
Centre for D&T Education
Eddie Norman, Loughborough University
Senior Lecturer
Rose Sinclair, Goldsmiths College London
Lecturer
Published
2009-08-12
How to Cite
ALLSOP, Clare et al. Abstracts. Journal of Design & Technology Education, [S.l.], v. 8, n. 3, aug. 2009. ISSN 1360-1431. Available at: <https://www.ariadne.ac.uk/JDTE/article/view/645>. Date accessed: 23 oct. 2021.
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