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A short introduction for Series 2 and a catch up about the 4th edition of the book Learning to Teach Design and Technology in Secondary Schools.Mentioned in the episode:Design and Technology Education: An International JournalMentoring Design and Technology Teachers in the Secondary SchoolSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
Welcome to the first episode of the first series of the Talking D&T podcast!In this episode I talk about the outline for the 4th edition of the book 'Learning to Teach Design and Technology in the Secondary School'. I also mention:David Layton's seminal work on values and design and technologyTranscript (pdf)More about the Learning to Teach D&T in the Secondary School book:Previously edited by Dr Gwyneth-Owen-Jackson, the 4th edition is due for publication in 2020 and is edited by Dr Alison Hardy. With new and updated chapters, this book will be an essential companion for new and established D&T teachers.Learning to Teach Design and Technology in the Secondary School(3rd edition edited by Dr Gwyneth Owen-Jackson)Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
This interview is with Rebecca Topps, who teaches D&T at St George's Academy in Sleaford. Rebecca is writing a new chapter 'Transitions from D&T post-16'.More about Rebecca:Trustee for the Design and Technology AssociationMore about the Learning to Teach D&T in the Secondary School book:This edition is about a chapter in the forthcoming 4th edition of the well-known book Learning to Teach D&T in Secondary School. Previously edited by Dr Gwyneth-Owen-Jackson, the 4th edition is due for publication in 2020 and is edited by Dr Alison Hardy. With new and updated chapters, this book will be an essential companion for new and established D&T teachers.Learning to Teach Design and Technology in the Secondary School (3rd edition edited by Dr Gwyneth Owen-Jackson)Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
Dr Marion Rutland is a world leading expert in food technology and D&T education. She led design and technology initial teacher education at the University of Roehampton and is currently editing a book about food education for Springer.More about Dr Marion Rutland:On ResearchGateOn Springer:Food in the School Curriculum: A Discussion of Alternative ApproachesFood technology on the school curriculum in England: Is it a curriculum for the twenty-first century?Perceptions of Primary Design and TechnologyMore about the Learning to Teach D&T in the Secondary School book:This edition is about a chapter in the forthcoming 4th edition of the well-known book Learning to Teach D&T in Secondary School. Previously edited by Dr Gwyneth-Owen-Jackson, the 4th edition is due for publication in 2020 and is edited by Dr Alison Hardy. With new and updated chapters, this book will be an essential companion for new and established D&T teachers.Learning to Teach Design and Technology in the Secondary School (3rd edition edited by Dr Gwyneth Owen-Jackson)Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
Dr Deborah Winn is Head of D&T at Neale-Wade Academy in Cambridgeshire. Debi is updating the chapter 'Developing links with other subjects'.More about Debi:PhD Thesis: CAD and creativity at Key Stage 3 : towards a new pedagogyAt Neale-Wade Academy More about the Learning to Teach D&T in the Secondary School book:This edition is about a chapter in the forthcoming 4th edition of the well-known book Learning to Teach D&T in Secondary School. Previously edited by Dr Gwyneth-Owen-Jackson, the 4th edition is due for publication in 2020 and is edited by Dr Alison Hardy. With new and updated chapters, this book will be an essential companion for new and established D&T teachers.Learning to Teach Design and Technology in the Secondary School (3rd edition edited by Dr Gwyneth Owen-Jackson)Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
Matt McLain is Head of Secondary Programmes at Liverpool John Moores University. He is writing a 'newish' chapter for the 4th edition of the Learning to Teach D&T book; its an amalgamation of sections from 3 chapters in the 3rd edition, with some additional focus using Matt's research about demonstrations and other signature pedagogies.Transcript (pdf)More about Matt McLain:On ResearchGateOn TwitterAt Liverpool John Moores UniversityMore about the Learning to Teach D&T in the Secondary School book:This edition is about a chapter in the forthcoming 4th edition of the well-known book Learning to Teach D&T in Secondary School. Previously edited by Dr Gwyneth-Owen-Jackson, the 4th edition is due for publication in 2020 and is edited by Dr Alison Hardy. With new and updated chapters, this book will be an essential companion for new and established D&T teachers.Learning to Teach Design and Technology in the Secondary School (3rd edition edited by Dr Gwyneth Owen-Jackson)Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
This interview is with Suzanne Norris, who teaches D&T at Arnold Hill School in Nottingham. Suzanne is updating the chapter 'Assessing design and technology'.More about Suzanne:On Twitter Arnold Hill AcademyMore about the Learning to Teach D&T in the Secondary School book:This edition is about a chapter in the forthcoming 4th edition of the well-known book Learning to Teach D&T in Secondary School. Previously edited by Dr Gwyneth-Owen-Jackson, the 4th edition is due for publication in 2020 and is edited by Dr Alison Hardy. With new and updated chapters, this book will be an essential companion for new and established D&T teachers.Learning to Teach Design and Technology in the Secondary School (3rd edition edited by Dr Gwyneth Owen-Jackson)Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
When is the right time to teach pupils new knowledge in D&T? Well, I don't have an answer this week but I do have plenty of thoughts to share. There will be more in the next episode too!Episode transcriptDebates in D&T EducationRedesigning D&T surveyMe on TikTokNewsletterMentioned in this episodeIf you like the podcast, you can always buy me a coffee to say 'thanks!'Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics by connecting with me on Twitter @hardy_alison or by emailing me.If you want to ask a question or leave me a message, you can do this on Speakpipe.If you listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, please take a moment to rate and/or review the show.This podcast is funded by consultancy work I do outside my full time job at Nottingham Trent University and my beloved Patrons. Patrons receive exclusive content and various rewards, depending on their level of support, such as access to my special private Patreon-only  posts and signed copies of my books. Patrons can also suggest topics for my podcast. If you want to support me by becoming a Patron click here. Whilst ongoing support would be fantastic you can make a one-time donation instead, through PayPal (contact me to for details), if that works better for you. If you are not able to support me financially, please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or sharing a link to my work on social media. Thank you!Support the show
This is the third of 3 episodes launching the Redesigning D&T project.Listen to all 3 and fill in the survey: Do you agree with the contentious questions?You might find it helpful to download the discussion notes: Contentious questionsEpisode transcriptRelated episodes:TD&T18: How can design not be considered as central to engaging with the future?TD&T22 What designers know and how they know itTD&T28 Eddie and Alison talking about D&T and epistemologyTD&T31 Are there different ways of knowing?The Kurt Seeman episodes: 33 - 34, 36 & 37TD&T13: Talking design and/or technology 2.0 with David SpendloveTD&T107 Talking about the rise and fall of D&T with Professor David SpendloveIf you like the podcast, you can always buy me a coffee to say 'thanks!'Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics by connecting with me on Twitter @hardy_alison or by emailing me.If you want to ask a question or leave me a message, you can do this on Speakpipe.If you listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, please take a moment to rate and/or review the show.This podcast is funded by consultancy work I do outside my full time job at Nottingham Trent University and my beloved Patrons. Patrons receive exclusive content and various rewards, depending on their level of support, such as access to my special private Patreon-only  posts and signed copies of my books. Patrons can also suggest topics for my podcast. If you want to support me by becoming a Patron click here. Whilst ongoing support would be fantastic you can make a one-time donation instead, through PayPal (contact me to for details), if that works better for you. If you are not able to support me financially, please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or sharing a link to my work on social media. Thank you!Support the show
This is the second of 3 episodes launching the Redesigning D&T project.Listen to all 3 and fill in the survey: Do you agree with the contentious questions?You might find it helpful to download the discussion notes: Contentious questionsEpisode transcriptMentioned in this episodeTD&T13: Talking design and/or technology 2.0 with David SpendloveOur book: Redesigning D&TRelated episodes:TD&T18: How can design not be considered as central to engaging with the future?TD&T22 What designers know and how they know itTD&T28 Eddie and Alison talking about D&T and epistemologyTD&T31 Are there different ways of knowing?The Kurt Seeman episodes: 33 - 34, 36 & 37TD&T13: Talking design and/or technology 2.0 with David SpendloveTD&T107 Talking about the rise and fall of D&T with Professor David SpendloveIf you like the podcast, you can always buy me a coffee to say 'thanks!'Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics by connecting with me on Twitter @hardy_alison or by emailing me.If you want to ask a question or leave me a message, you can do this on Speakpipe.If you listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, please take a moment to rate and/or review the show.This podcast is funded by consultancy work I do outside my full time job at Nottingham Trent University and my beloved Patrons. Patrons receive exclusive content and various rewards, depending on their level of support, such as access to my special private Patreon-only  posts and signed copies of my books. Patrons can also suggest topics for my podcast. If you want to support me by becoming a Patron click here. Whilst ongoing support would be fantastic you can make a one-time donation instead, through PayPal (contact me to for details), if that works better for you. If you are not able to support me financially, please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or sharing a link to my work on social media. Thank you!Support the show
This is the first of 3 episodes launching the Redesigning D&T project.Listen to all 3 and fill in the survey: Do you agree with the contentious questions?You might find it helpful to download the discussion notes: Contentious questionsEpisode transcriptMentioned in this episodeRelated episodes:TD&T18: How can design not be considered as central to engaging with the future?TD&T22 What designers know and how they know itTD&T28 Eddie and Alison talking about D&T and epistemologyTD&T31 Are there different ways of knowing?The Kurt Seeman episodes: 33 - 34, 36 & 37TD&T13: Talking design and/or technology 2.0 with David SpendloveTD&T107 Talking about the rise and fall of D&T with Professor David SpendloveOur book: Redesigning D&TPhil Robert's paper: Aspects of  research concerning design educationDelphi methodIf you like the podcast, you can always buy me a coffee to say 'thanks!'Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics by connecting with me on Twitter @hardy_alison or by emailing me.If you want to ask a question or leave me a message, you can do this on Speakpipe.If you listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, please take a moment to rate and/or review the show.This podcast is funded by consultancy work I do outside my full time job at Nottingham Trent University and my beloved Patrons. Patrons receive exclusive content and various rewards, depending on their level of support, such as access to my special private Patreon-only  posts and signed copies of my books. Patrons can also suggest topics for my podcast. If you want to support me by becoming a Patron click here. Whilst ongoing support would be fantastic you can make a one-time donation instead, through PayPal (contact me to for details), if that works better for you. If you are not able to support me financially, please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or sharing a link to my work on social media. Thank you!Support the show
Drew Wicken is back, this time talking about a deep dive with Ofsted into his team's D&T curriculum.Episode transcriptMentioned in this episodeSTEM EnthuseCurriculum: keep it simpleIf you like the podcast, you can always buy me a coffee to say 'thanks!'Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics by connecting with me on Twitter @hardy_alison or by emailing me.If you listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, please take a moment to rate and/or review the show.This podcast is funded by consultancy work I do outside my full time job at Nottingham Trent University and my beloved Patrons. Patrons receive exclusive content and various rewards, depending on their level of support, such as access to my special private Patreon-only  posts and signed copies of my books. Patrons can also suggest topics for my podcast. If you want to support me by becoming a Patron click herbuzze. Whilst ongoing support would be fantastic you can make a one-time donation instead, through PayPal (contact me to for details), if that works better for you. If you are not able to support me financially, please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or sharing a link to my work on social media. Thank you!Support the show
Recorded earlier this year, David and I reflect on the EPI report commissioned by the D&T Association and some of the wider issues that influenced D&T's status. Mentioned in this episodeA spotlight on Design and Technology study in EnglandIf you want to read David's chapter in the forthcoming Debates in D&T book, sign up for my newsletter or pre-order on the Routledge website. If you like the podcast, you can always buy me a coffee to say 'thanks!'Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics by connecting with me on Twitter @hardy_alison or by emailing me.If you listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, please take a moment to rate and/or review the show.This podcast is funded by consultancy work I do outside my full time job at Nottingham Trent University and my beloved Patrons. Patrons receive exclusive content and various rewards, depending on their level of support, such as access to my special private Patreon-only  posts and signed copies of my books. Patrons can also suggest topics for my podcast. If you want to support me by becoming a Patron click here. Whilst ongoing support would be fantastic you can make a one-time donation instead, through PayPal (contact me to for details), if that works better for you. If you are not able to support me financially, please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or sharing a link to my work on social media. Thank you!Support the show
An update from me after a holiday and break from podcasting. Episode transcriptMentioned in this episodeHow (and why) should we build research capacity and engagement in Design and Technology education?Researching D&T podcasthttps://www.researchingdandt.co.uk (nothing to see yet 😀)PATT40If you like the podcast, you can always buy me a coffee to say 'thanks!'Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics by connecting with me on Twitter @hardy_alison or by emailing me.If you listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, please take a moment to rate and/or review the show.If you want to ask a question or leave me a message, you can  do this on Speakpipe.This podcast is funded by consultancy work I do outside my full time job at Nottingham Trent University and my beloved Patrons. Patrons receive exclusive content and various rewards, depending on their level of support, such as access to my special private Patreon-only  posts and signed copies of my books. Patrons can also suggest topics for my podcast. If you want to support me by becoming a Patron click here. Whilst ongoing support would be fantastic you can make a one-time donation instead, through PayPal (contact me to for details), if that works better for you. If you are not able to support me financially, please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or sharing a link to my work on social media. Thank you!Support the show
Guest host Liam Anderson talks with award winning teacher, Trudi Barrow, about her leadership of a D&T network and career in D&T. Episode transcriptMentioned in this episodeLink to Google Folder with the files Trudi talks about: Google Folder@TrudiBarrow@LiamTAndersonIf you like the podcast, you can always buy me a coffee to say 'thanks!'Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics by connecting with me on Twitter @hardy_alison or by emailing me.If you listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, please take a moment to rate and/or review the show.This podcast is funded by consultancy work I do outside my full time job at Nottingham Trent University and my beloved Patrons. Patrons receive exclusive content and various rewards, depending on their level of support, such as access to my special private Patreon-only  posts and signed copies of my books. Patrons can also suggest topics for my podcast. If you want to support me by becoming a Patron click here. Whilst ongoing support would be fantastic you can make a one-time donation instead, through PayPal (contact me to for details), if that works better for you. If you are not able to support me financially, please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or sharing a link to my work on social media. Thank you!Support the show
Mentioned in this episodeNew podcast: Researching D&T educationPATT39Episode transcriptIf you like the podcast, you can always buy me a coffee to say 'thanks!'Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics by connecting with me on Twitter @hardy_alison or by emailing me.If you listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, please take a moment to rate and/or review the show.This podcast is funded by consultancy work I do outside my full time job at Nottingham Trent University and my beloved Patrons. Patrons receive exclusive content and various rewards, depending on their level of support, such as access to my special private Patreon-only  posts and signed copies of my books. Patrons can also suggest topics for my podcast. If you want to support me by becoming a Patron click here. Whilst ongoing support would be fantastic you can make a one-time donation instead, through PayPal (contact me to for details), if that works better for you. If you are not able to support me financially, please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or sharing a link to my work on social media. Thank you!Support the show
After my episode about the EPI report (the state of D&T) I am delighted to be joined by Tony Ryan, chief exec of the Design and Technology Association. Listen to me ask him some awkward questions, his frank replies and honesty about how he feels about the report's findings, plus shares some news about what's next.(Update - we recorded this a few weeks ago and D&TA are now in the middle of the events asking for views from head teachers, business and other organisations about D&T.)Episode transcriptMentioned in this episodeEPI reportConversation articleMillenium Cohort DataD&T Research Strategy GroupSpeak up for Design and Technology: Teacher ConsultationsIf you like the podcast, you can always buy me a coffee to say 'thanks!'Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics by connecting with me on Twitter @hardy_alison or by emailing me.If you listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, please take a moment to rate and/or review the show.This podcast is funded by consultancy work I do outside my full time job at Nottingham Trent University and my beloved Patrons. Patrons receive exclusive content and various rewards, depending on their level of support, such as access to my special private Patreon-only  posts and signed copies of my books. Patrons can also suggest topics for my podcast. If you want to support me by becoming a Patron click here. Whilst ongoing support would be fantastic you can make a one-time donation instead, through PayPal (contact me to for details), if that works better for you. If you are not able to support me financially, please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or sharing a link to my work on social media. Thank you!Support the show
Yet again I'm talking about a book I've edited! This time I'm inviting you to join the debates - which chapters do you want to hear more about? Take a look at the contents page and let me know. Episode transcriptMentioned in this episodeDebates content pageIf you like the podcast, you can always buy me a coffee to say 'thanks!'Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics by connecting with me on Twitter @hardy_alison or by emailing me.If you listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, please take a moment to rate and/or review the show.This podcast is funded by consultancy work I do outside my full time job at Nottingham Trent University and my beloved Patrons. Patrons receive exclusive content and various rewards, depending on their level of support, such as access to my special private Patreon-only  posts and signed copies of my books. Patrons can also suggest topics for my podcast. If you want to support me by becoming a Patron click here. Whilst ongoing support would be fantastic you can make a one-time donation instead, through PayPal (contact me to for details), if that works better for you. If you are not able to support me financially, please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or sharing a link to my work on social media. Thank you!Support the show
Wow! This was an amazing conversation with Derek Jones from The Open University about design education and design studios - I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.We mooted the idea of recording a follow up with a live audience talking about design studios and design spaces - let me know if you're interested in this. Episode transcriptMentioned in this episodeEdSIG: https://www.designresearchsociety.org/cpages/design-pedagogy-sig The Distance Design Education site is here: https://distancedesigneducation.com/ There is the Futures of Design Education discussion series (this has hosted a few early and K12 educators): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjBkO1Ss6GoduO6Er4xz_8AAzg9Ay8e55 If you like the podcast, you can always buy me a coffee to say 'thanks!'Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics by connecting with me on Twitter @hardy_alison or by emailing me.If you listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, please take a moment to rate and/or review the show.This podcast is funded by consultancy work I do outside my full time job at Nottingham Trent University and my beloved Patrons. Patrons receive exclusive content and various rewards, depending on their level of support, such as access to my special private Patreon-only  posts and signed copies of my books. Patrons can also suggest topics for my podcast. If you want to support me by becoming a Patron click here. Whilst ongoing support would be fantastic you can make a one-time donation instead, through PayPal (contact me to for details), if that works better for you. If you are not able to support me financially, please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or sharing a link to my work on social media. Thank you!Support the show
TD&T100 I made it!

TD&T100 I made it!

2022-05-2314:02

I made it and thank you for helping me reach this milestone.In this episode I reflect on the previous 99, share some news about what's coming up and explain my D&T focus for the next 12-18 months. Episode transcriptIf you like the podcast, you can always buy me a coffee to say 'thanks!'Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics by connecting with me on Twitter @hardy_alison or by emailing me.If you listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, please take a moment to rate and/or review the show.This podcast is funded by consultancy work I do outside my full time job at Nottingham Trent University and my beloved Patrons. Patrons receive exclusive content and various rewards, depending on their level of support, such as access to my special private Patreon-only  posts and signed copies of my books. Patrons can also suggest topics for my podcast. If you want to support me by becoming a Patron click here. Whilst ongoing support would be fantastic you can make a one-time donation instead, through PayPal (contact me to for details), if that works better for you. If you are not able to support me financially, please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or sharing a link to my work on social media. Thank you!Support the show
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