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Author: Dr Alison Hardy

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Talking D&T is a podcast about design and technology education. Join Alison Hardy as she shares ideas, news and views about D&T and interviews teachers and researchers from the D&T community. The views on this podcast are my own and of those I am interviewing and are not connected to my institution. Much of the content is work in progress. As well as sharing news, views, ideas and opinions about D&T, I use it to explore new ideas and thoughts related to D&T education and my research, which are still embryonic and may change. Consult my publications for a reliable record of my considered throughs on the topic featured in this podcast. Podcast music composed by Chris Corcoran (http://www.svengali.org.uk)
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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)
Introduction to this episodeIn this week's episode I talk with Liz Allton about her D&T work and leading an ENTHUSE project and how she swiftly moved CPD online.Episode transcriptTo find out more about Liz and her work:Twitter: @lizsaddlerLiz's D&T apartment on Twitter: @DandT_FP2Follow #DTenthusED to hear about future CPD sessionsIf are interested in running some online CPD with Liz in the future can contact her via Twitter or email: l.allton@finhampark2.co.ukIf you want more information about STEM enthuse partnerships to visit: https://www.stem.org.uk/employers/enthuse-partnershipsPlease 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.Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
Episode transcriptMentioned in this episodeHow did the expert panel conclude that D&T should be moved to a basic curriculum? (chapter in Design Epistemology and Curriculum PlanningReview of Pedagogy for Technology Education in Secondary SchoolsRelated Talking D&T episodesTD&T049 Getting started with writing about D&TTD&T52 What & why we need to write about D&TPlease 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.Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
Episode transcriptMentioned in this episodeWhat’s Wrong With DT?  by John MillerKitronik website (Kitronik on Twitter)Find more about Sarah Davies:Twitter - @sdsdaviesBlog - https://sdsdavies.com/ TES Resources for teaching Electronic Textiles Electronic Textiles Research Paper 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.Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
Introduction to this episodeWhat makes you twitch when you hear others talking about D&T?Episode transcriptPlease 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.Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
Episode transcriptMentioned in this episode:Celia Axell https://liu.se/en/employee/cecax27PATT conference porceedings https://www.iteea.org/39488.aspxOECD report Givord, P. (2020), "Do boys and girls have similar attitudes towards competition and failure?", PISA in Focus, No. 105, OECD Publishing, Paris, https://doi.org/10.1787/a8898906-en.Where you can find Ulrika:Twitter @teknikpedagogLinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/ulrika-sultan-513b9a195Work webpage https://liu.se/en/employee/ulrsu70Please 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.Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
Introduction to this episodeIn this episode I share some of my thoughts about why we need more teachers to write about their practice in D&T.Episode transcriptMentioned in this episodePlease 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. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
TranscriptVideo links:02 November: Teaching D&T by Alison Hardy09 November: Planning Lessons in D&T by Sarah Davies16 November: Key Pedagogies in D&T by Matt McLain23 November: Planning for Progression in D&T by Alison HardyWebinar on Tuesday 1st December 2020 @ 19.30 (GMT)The event is aimed at beginning teachers (student teachers and NQTs) and you can register for one of the limited places at https://bit.ly/3lgWn6U. Contribute to Talking and thinking about design and/or technology 2.0 by emailing me alison@alisonhardy.workSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
How to contact/find Dave Parry: Email: dt@cleapss.org.uk or dave.parry@cleapss.org.ukTwitter: @CLEAPSS_DTWebsite: http://dt.cleapss.org.uk/Futureminds: http://dt.cleapss.org.uk/Resources/FutureMinds/CLEAPSS podcasts: http://cleapss.podbean.com/Episode transcriptPlease 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 iTunes, please take a moment to rate and/or review the show.Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
Mentioned in this episode:Advice from Dave Parry at CLEAPSComments from Willy Adams at D&TA:Articles are typically 900 or 1400 words over two or three pages, with plenty of good quality images to inform and support the text. We like to feature department profiles, showing readers what is taking place in different schools across the country; as well as case studies of projects that others might follow and take inspiration from. Other articles might feature particular viewpoints on aspects of D&T, such as the value of craft-based making skills vs computer aided pure design work, and the range of approaches that teachers use in interpreting the curriculum and its delivery. While Designing is largely focused on celebrating excellence in design and upon outcomes, D&T Practice is more concerned with processes and the delivery of teaching D&T in the classroom.The magazines go out at half term (Designing) and at the start of term (D&T Practice) with copy deadlines approximately two months prior to the publication dates. Further details can be obtained from willy.adam@data.org.ukEpisode transcriptPlease 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.Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
Episode transcriptPlease 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 iTunes, please take a moment to rate and/or review the show.Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
Episode transcriptPlease 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 iTunes, please take a moment to rate and/or review the show.Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
In this episode we mention:David LaytonCaroline Criado-PerezKen Robinson - The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything (we recorded this episode before Sir Ken Robinson's death last month) You can find Diana onLinkedInHer websiteTranscript.docPlease 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.Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
In this episode I mention:Transcript.docPlease 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.Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)
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