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An Excel based tool which enables teachers to see how a holistic approach to delivery can enable teaching and learning of other subjects alongside Cambridge Nationals in Engineering.
An Excel based tool which enables teacher to monitor student progress.
This guide gives a range of ideas for lessons structured by learning outcome for this unit.
This Project Approach shows how using the F1 in Schools Technology Challenge helps learners to achieve the Cambridge Nationals in Engineering, Engineering Design.
This Project Approach is mapped to the Land Rover 4x4 in Schools Technology Challenge. A range of learning activities are provided with links to many suitable resources.
In this project approach learners are asked to design or modify a system that recovers or converts energy from existing energy sources.
Project brief for the learner.
This resource contains both long term and medium term schemes of work.
This activity enable students to develop their knowledge of production costs.
This lesson element gives students the opportunity to research and compare products.
This document gives teachers background information about this lesson element.
This teaching activity gives students the opportunity to practice life cycle analysis.
Students are required to consider the different methods of research.
Students are required to identify the most appropriate tools to use in the disassembly of a product.
This document gives teachers background information about this teaching activity.
This document enable students to consider what could be done with an out of update mobile phone.
This activity gives students the opportunity to learn about 3D drawings.
This teaching activity is presented as a design competition challenge.
This document describes how students could use IT software to produce drawings.
This document gives teachers background information about this activity.
This activity focuses on planning to make a prototype.
This activity shows students how they could manage the development of a prototype product.
This teaching activity enables students to consider the difference between a hazard and a risk.
An overview of the resources provided for Cambridge Nationals in Engineering.
Resources links provides ideas of other resources which teachers might find useful to support the delivery of these units.
This document provides links to resources provided by Siemens.