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PGCE Secondary Education Design and Technology

Course Description

If you have a feel for working in three dimensions, in a variety of materials, and have a creative flair you will find this course suits you. Design and Technology is an exciting, diverse subject and part of the National Curriculum. It is a subject where intellectual planning meets practical applications, where you must identify a need and then design and manufacture products to meet that need.

Design and Technology at the University of Wolverhampton focuses on two of the areas of Design & Technology: Materials Technology - designing and making in wood, metal and plastics - and Electronics and Communications Technology - working with electronics, mechanisms and pneumatics.

If you want to become a Design and Technology teacher then this course will prepare you to work in schools and to deliver high quality lessons for all pupils. The aim of the Design and Technology course is to develop thoughtful teachers who can respond effectively to the learning needs of young people in school by providing a balanced Design and Technology programme.

Completion of the course will award Qualified Teacher Status along with 60 credits towards a Masters.

You will learn to draw on the theoretical principles underpinning Design and Technology, and how to use this knowledge in your teaching. You will contribute to the teaching of the wider range and content of the National Curriculum for Design and

Technology key stage 3 strategy as well as traditional examination DTcourses within the 11-16 programme. We aim to provide a range of experiences, including post 16 teaching.

Typical modules may include:

Observation of teaching, before undertaking ‘sheltered’ teaching activities, for example teaching parts of lessons or groups of pupils within a class

Progression to teaching single or short sequences of lessons

Further development through planned classroom activities

Development of teaching skills as you move to sustained sequences of lessons

A classroom based investigation into an aspect of your subject pedagogy

Generic pedagogical topics including PSHE

Visit the PGCE Secondary Education Design and Technology page on the University of Wolverhampton website for more details!

Student Profiles

Entry Requirements

A UK recognised Honours degree in an appropriate area A high level of confidence in any of the following areas would be suitable Product design Electronic Engineering 3D Design EngineeringA training bursary of £9000 wil be available for trainees with a first class honours degree and a £5000 bursary for those with a 2:1. There will be no bursary for those with a 2:2 or lower

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