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Sustainability Matters in Design and Technology

Edited By Ian Capewell
ISBN: 9781853397080
This CD Rom will help you deliver the increased emphasis on sustainability within the new GCSE courses. Covering D & T material areas,teachers’ notes and photocopiable sheets on the topics of inspirational products, four dimensions of SD - economic, environmental, cultural and social, product life cycle analysis, and six Rs definitions.

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  • Synopsis
    Sustainability Matters in Design and Technology will help you deliver the increased emphasis on sustainability within the new GCSE courses. The pack contains a CD with six presentations covering the D & T material areas, linked teachers’ notes and photocopiable sheets for students on the topics of inspirational products, four dimensions of Sustainable Design - economic, environmental, cultural and social impacts, product life cycle analysis, and the six Rs definitions.

    To accompany the CD the pack contains 13 postcards that will help your students to understand how designers use the six Rs to develop inspirational products.

    ‘This pack will be a really valuable resource to all teachers looking for ways of encouraging their GCSE students to think and design more sustainably’
    Maria James, Head of Art, Design & Technology, Churston Ferrers Grammar School, Brixham, and GCSE Chief Examiner
  • Table of Contents
    The pack contains a CD with six presentations covering the D & T material areas, linked teachers’ notes and photocopiable sheets for students on the topics of inspirational products, four dimensions of Sustainable Design - economic, environmental, cultural and social impacts, product life cycle analysis, and the six Rs definitions.
    To accompany the CD the pack contains 13 postcards that will help your students to understand how designers use the six Rs to develop inspirational products.
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