Technology Craft Workshops T3 EDUC3045

  • Academic Session: 2019-20
  • School: School of Education
  • Credits: 10
  • Level: Level 3 (SCQF level 9)
  • Typically Offered: Runs Throughout Semesters 1 and 2
  • Available to Visiting Students: No

Short Description

· To meet the practical standards and competences required of a teacher of Technological Education
· Develop skills appropriate and beyond the current schools curriculum in technological education
· Have the knowledge, understanding and practical skills applicable to technological teaching
· Develop correct and safe working practices in the use of hand tools, portable power tools and fixed machinery.
· Appreciate the practical range, nature and limitations of common technological materials
· Develop skills in the use of wide range of technological materials.
· Interpret drawings and diagrams and produce components in Woodworking and Engineering
· Solve technological problems and evaluate solutions
· Appreciate the need for statutory legislation within workshop environments.

Knowledge and skills to become more Progressively demanding in years 2 and 3

Timetable

one complete day to be decided upon

Assessment

The majority of teaching/ learning will take place in workshops with the emphasis on practical, with short ?bench lectures?.

Main Assessment In: April/May

Course Aims

· To meet the practical standards and competences required of a teacher of Technological Education
· Develop skills appropriate and beyond the current schools curriculum in technological education
· Have the knowledge, understanding and practical skills applicable to technological teaching
· Develop correct and safe working practices in the use of hand tools, portable power tools and fixed machinery.
· Appreciate the practical range, nature and limitations of common technological materials
· Develop skills in the use of wide range of technological materials.
· Interpret drawings and diagrams and produce components in Woodworking and Engineering
· Solve technological problems and evaluate solutions
· Appreciate the need for statutory legislation within workshop environments.

Knowledge and skills to become more Progressively demanding in years 2 and 3

Intended Learning Outcomes of Course

· address the following benchmarks for ITE: 1.1.1; 1.1.2; 1.1.4; 2.4.1
· develop the following core skills: Numeracy; Problem Solving

Woodworking Design and manufacture a
Tasks Preparation of cutting lists
Manufacture artefact to acceptable standards.

· Function and purpose of woodworking joints
· Correct setting and adjustment of woodworking hand tools
· Correct selection of jointing methods
· Correct marking out and manufacture of woodworking joints
· Correct selection of materials.
· Correct method of clamping and gluing frames.
· Clear integration of joints and associated problems into practical models
· Drawing workshop rods for the production of woodworking projects.
· Correct and safe use of woodworking machines
· Correct and safe use of woodworking portable power tools

Engineering
Task Manufacture of 'Black & Decker' Workmate
· Correct setting, adjustment and use of engineering hand tools.
· Correct and accurate marking out methods.
· Safe working practices in the use of machinery including guards, electrical and personal hygiene
· Correct use of machine tooling
· Correct use and types of screw threads
· Integrate skills and associated problems into practical models

Minimum Requirement for Award of Credits

complete work of class