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Facts, myths,FAQ's and quotes. Sir Jim Rose's proposals for a new Primary Curriculum

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This leaflet written by Gareth Pimley of The Design and Technology Association answers some of the issues raised by the recently published proposed Primary Curriculum by Sir Jim Rose

DT Online Mechanisms

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About mechanisms

A large proportion of man made objects contain mechanisms - there are so many of them around that we tend to take them for granted. Simple items such as scissors, wheelbarrows and taps are all based on mechanisms, while more complicated objects such as a car or the human body, may contain hundreds of mechanisms but all are based on just a few basic types.

Link to DT Online Mechanisms

Link to BBC - GCSE Bitesize mechanisms


Free and Easy: CNC Machining

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Welcome to the Free and Easy project

The project aims to develop designs and software for the production of low cost computer controlled manufacturing equipment for use in schools.

Link to Free and Easy: CNC Machining


Dial Solutions Ltd.

Link to www.dialsolutions.com
Dial Solutions has had a long and fruitful association with NAAIDT and has long supported Design & Technology education in the UK.
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Additional resources are added by choosing from the drop down menu at the bottom of the input form when articles are submitted. The process can be repeated as often as is required.

Return to new NAAIDT Online - User Guide

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NAAIDT merger with The Design and Technology Association

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Dear Colleagues
I hope you are all aware that over the last 2 years The National Association of Advisers and Inspectors in Design and Technology (NAAIDT) and The Design and Technology Association have been working closely to bring both associations together as one. We have now reached agreement and from the end of the year, December 2013:
• NAAIDT will cease to trade as an Association and Charity
• All members who wish will be transferred to The Design and Technology Association with their membership being supplemented for the first year up to December 31st 2014
• Honorary members will become honorary members of the Design and Technology Association
• Corporate Memberships will transfer as Corporate members of The Design and Technology Association
• All assets will be transferred
• Key NAAIDT historical documents will be archived at The Design and Technology Association
• A new consultancy group, with Sandie Kendall as Chair, will be set up with representation from all areas of consultancy within The Design and Technology Association
• The NAAIDT website will be archived but accessible from www.data.org.uk

Anyone who has any outstanding issues or business with NAAIDT should contact Barry Lewis, Company Secretary naaidt@talktalk.net 07425599428
I would like to personally thank the many who have been involved with these negotiations, Jonathan Gershon as Chair, Bernard Cooper, Richard Green, Andy Mitchell, Hugh Johnson, Sandie Kendall, John Chidgey for the initial fact finding exercise and all members who have been so supportive and patient. NAAIDT has an important past and long legacy which we hope to protect and although it is very sad to bring the association to a close we all feel that we will be able to support the needs of Design and Technology better if both Associations work together as one.
Individual letters regarding membership will be sent out in the next week. We hope that most members will support this move and remain active advisers and consultants within this new regime. A huge thank you must go to everyone who has played an important part in the establishment, development, running and success of NAAIDT both present and in the past.

Best wishes.
Pam Bolton on behalf of all NAAIDT Directors

NAAIDT merger with The Design and Technology Assocation

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Dear Colleagues
I hope you are all aware that over the last 2 years The National Association of Advisers and Inspectors in Design and Technology (NAAIDT) and The Design and Technology Association have been working closely to bring both associations together as one. We have now reached agreement and from the end of the year, December 2013:
* NAAIDT will cease to trade as an Association and Charity
* All members who wish will be transferred to The Design and Technology Association with their membership being supplemented for the first year up to December 31st 2014
* Honorary members will become honorary members of the Design and Technology Association
* Corporate Memberships will transfer as Corporate members of The Design and Technology Association
* All assets will be transferred
* Key NAAIDT historical documents will be archived at The Design and Technology Association
* A new consultancy group, with Sandie Kendall as Chair, will be set up with representation from all areas of consultancy within The Design and Technology Association
* The NAAIDT website will be archived but accessible from www.data.org.uk

Anyone who has any outstanding issues or business with NAAIDT should contact Barry Lewis, Company Secretary naaidt@talktalk.net 07425599428
I would like to personally thank the many who have been involved with these negotiations, Jonathan Gershon as Chair, Bernard Cooper, Richard Green, Andy Mitchell, Hugh Johnson, Sandie Kendall, John Chidgey for the initial fact finding exercise and all members who have been so supportive and patient. NAAIDT has an important past and long legacy which we hope to protect and although it is very sad to bring the association to a close we all feel that we will be able to support the needs of Design and Technology better if both Associations work together as one.
Individual letters regarding membership will be sent out in the next week. We hope that most members will support this move and remain active advisers and consultants within this new regime. A huge thank you must go to everyone who has played an important part in the establishment, development, running and success of NAAIDT both present and in the past.

Best wishes.
Pam Bolton on behalf of all NAAIDT Directors

NAAIDT Newsletter 25th February 2007

News from John Chidgey about the next annual conference in Newcastle 'Building the Future', details of our new scheme to create a building consultants' register and notice of the retirement next year of our Administration Officer, John Culpin.
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The NAAIDT Newsletter is issued termly to all members. Past issues may be viewed as shown below. The current issue is available only to logged in NAAIDT members

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D&T Accommodation Case Studies

A selection of accommodation case studies for a range of material areas in secondary design and technology.
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