Top 5 Design Technologies Resources
Design and technology is a broad subject area that enables students to hone their creativity, problem-solving and communication skills in ways that can benefit other areas of their lives. Here are our top five design and technologies resources.
1. Australian Curriculum Design and Technologies
This award-winning series gives students the opportunity to hone their process and production skills through hands-on, collaborative projects. Extensive teacher notes and explicit curriculum links are there to guide your explanations and teaching.
2. A+ Pre-apprenticeship Maths and Literacy for Bricklaying
This practical workbook helps prepare students seeking an apprenticeship or traineeship, with real-world scenarios and terminology specific to the Bricklaying industry. Ideal for learning and revision, it includes hundreds of example assessment questions. .
3. Automotive Mechanics Blended Learning Package
This market-leading resource introduces automotive students to the service, diagnosis and repair of passenger and light commercial vehicles. The content covers the latest vehicle computer systems and diagnostic techniques and is structured to closely reflect the national training package qualifications – making it easier than ever for instructors to deliver their courses.
4. Constructions Volume 1 & 2 Bundle – Print
With reference to Australian building code practices and regulations, this bundle utilises content from the highly-regarded Practical Australian Carpentry by Barrington, Mylius and Arden. The two volumes cover the Certificate II in Construction and Certificate III in Carpentry in the CPC08 Construction, Plumbing and Services training package.
5. Design & Technologies
Closely aligned to the Australian Curriculum, each book in this series contains level-appropriate photocopiable worksheets for a wide range of projects and activities. Students are encouraged to think creatively and draw upon their own real-life experiences to design, create, and evaluate.