Technology and Science In Education Magazine: Bloodhound Supersonic Car Design Supplement Iconic Design [NOOK Book]

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TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE IN EDUCATION MAGAZINE: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths). With FREE STEM: Educational Software for your school worth £700. A publication devoted to the teaching of science, engineering education and design technology, including art and design, business studies, craft design technology, textiles, food technology, mathematics and ICT.

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Technology and Science In Education Magazine: Bloodhound Supersonic Car Design Supplement Iconic Design

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Overview

TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE IN EDUCATION MAGAZINE: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths). With FREE STEM: Educational Software for your school worth £700. A publication devoted to the teaching of science, engineering education and design technology, including art and design, business studies, craft design technology, textiles, food technology, mathematics and ICT.

To find out how to download and unlock the accompanying STEM: Educational Software with your eBook receipt Google 'eptsoft'.

Published eight times a year it provides schools, colleges, universities and other educational buyers worldwide with a single access point for all their Design Technology needs.

Towards the back of this eBook you will find a list of advertisers and their websites where suppliers offer additional discounts for schools regular purchases. Each issue features a particular aspect of the use of technology in education. In just forty pages it is impossible to cover all the latest developments in design technology. We have therefore chosen page titles that will point you in the direction of further information and how it can be applied to teaching technology in education.

Articles include methods on how to integrate the teaching and learning resources into the school curriculum and making lessons more enjoyable for students. Many suppliers also offer products and licenses for students own use. For parents at home a useful resource to keep abreast of latest technology used for in their children's schooling. Many more eBook titles with accompanying software can be found from the link above.

Find out about the latest technology used in education. 3D printing – knife cutters – software – electronics – mechanics – food technology – laser plastics – millers – routers – printing – ICT – CNC - lathes – engineering – technology teacher training – workshops – tools – catering – laminating – kitchens – design – electrical – etch tanks – drilling – forming – computer networks – e-books - machining – shaping – whiteboards – art – fabrics – crafts- textiles - projectors – programming – metal working – design software – refurbished machines – tablet computers – smartphones – display materials – welding – workbenches – storage – science labs – engraving ...
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148495819
  • Publisher: eBookIt.com
  • Publication date: 8/7/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 8 MB

Meet the Author

Clive W. Humphris was born in Maldon Essex UK in 1946 leaving school at fifteen to begin an apprenticeship as an instrument maker with Marconi in Chelmsford working in both electronics and mechanical engineering fields. At a very early age he developed a passion for electronics and engineering that was to go on to provide an interesting and enjoyable career in both the personal electronics and commercial sectors where special projects and technical management training and education were his particular specialist areas.

Leaving school with little more than a basic education has proved to be a massive advantage in being able to understand the needs and learning difficulties of many students and encourages the production of training materials that have a very strong practical application. Further teaching study and two post graduate management qualifications ensured the author linked a practical background with understanding how people learn and develop and apply that to the individual personal development of the reader.

The early nineties were the start of the computer based education and began to feature distance learning where STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) being practical, but with a need for an academic understanding lent themselves to the emerging computer market where the PC graphics which were to be the start of the author spending the next twenty years developing computer based training packages. These packages now provide the core material for all his eBooks and Paperback publications available on worldwide. Downloaded and activated with the eBook receipt at no additional cost. A unlimited user networked version of the software is also available as part of the 'Teachers Pack’ series of titles.

eBooks are portable Learning, Reference and Revision Tools where students have access the identical content on their eReaders as can be available on their PC at home. eReaders will become more central in schools and colleges as they replace traditional textbooks as a learning resource.

Schools, Colleges and Universities worldwide use the STEM networked software packages for both whole class teaching and individual study (now available as Kindle eBooks). Whiteboard features used by the author’s software Windows Cut & Paste enable the production of not only the eBooks but also extensive learning materials that can be fully customised to the needs of the teacher and student.
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