National Criteria for Craft, Design and Technology

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1985, Vol. 18, No. 1,

Abstract


The aims of any course in Craft, Design and Technology should reflect the complex abilities required to exercise control over the man-made environment but the common core of activity can be identified as designing and communicating, making, testing and evaluating. Although these skills and the related value judgements are common to all courses in Craft, Design and Technology, the 'knowledge' content of differing courses will vary. To make provision for the range of activities it is necessary to offer examinations to cover particular areas of study which will have in common the central aims of Craft, Design and Technology as a subject.


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