Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome!

    • Welcome to 'Implementing C.A.D. in primary D&T'

    • Where are you in your learning at the moment?

  • 2

    What is C.A.D.?

    • What is C.A.D.?

    • C.A.D. in secondary schools

    • C.A.D. in industry

  • 3

    Software choices

    • Exploring 2D and 3D applications

  • 4

    C.A.D. 2D applications

    • How to deliver it...

    • Principles and basic tools

    • Creating and editing more complex shapes

    • Outputting your designs and testing them

    • How would these same skills transfer to another software type?

  • 5

    C.A.D. 3D applications

    • Beginning with 3D

    • Creating component parts

    • Creating a product

    • How would these transfer to another software?

  • 6

    Progression

    • Ensuring progression

  • 7

    Embedding into units of work

    • Including into units

  • 8

    Computer Aided Manufacture

    • What is C.A.M.?

    • Different output devices

  • 9

    Summary

    • Next Steps

    • Where are you in your learning now?

Instructor(s)

Leanne Mee

Leanne is Managing Director of 'The STEM Workshop', which she founded in 2018 to have a wider impact on school engagement across the STEM subjects and to provide support in raising children's aspirations. Having become increasingly frustrated with the demise of design and technology at the time in many schools locally, particularly in primary schools Leanne decided to work independently to support schools in developing their provision. Leanne works with various schools, training centres and organisations on a regular basis, she also supports schools nationwide through offering training and consultancy to support in developing their Design and Technology provision to ensure that is relevant and engaging. All of the work she has done is on the back of a very successful career as a teacher and leader holding various roles including, head of design and technology, STEM Coordinator and assistant head teacher.