DATA Annual International Research Conference 2004 - Paper Extracts

  • Stephanie Atkinson Sunderland University, England
  • Dr David Barlex Nuffield Foundation, England
  • Colin Chapman Sheffield Hallam University, England
  • Chris Chimwayange Massey University
  • Elspeth Collins University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, Wales
  • Osnat Dagan Moshinsky Pedagogical Centre
  • John Dakers University of Glasgow, Scotland
  • Dan Davies Bath Spa University College
  • Janet Davies Massey University
  • Louise Davies QCA
  • John Dawson Sheffield Hallam University/ Sheffield LEA, England
  • Jenny Dein Sheffield Hallam University/Sheffield LEA, England
  • Ruth Dineen University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, Wales
  • Wendy Dow University of Glasgow, Scotland
  • Mike Doyle University of Leeds, England
  • Ester Ehiyazaryan
  • Melanie Fasciato Mancheste Metropolitan University
  • James Fox Sheffield Hallam University, England
  • Peter Grover Sheffield Hallam University, England
  • Debbie Haffenden University of Brighton
  • J. W. Hamilton Stranmillis University College, Belfast, Northern Ireland
  • Alison Hardy Lodge Park Technology College
  • Gill Hope Canterbury Christ Church University College, England
  • Metthew Hopper Liverpool John Moores University, England
  • Alan Howe Bath Spa University College
  • Neal P. Juster University of Strathclyde, Scotland
  • John Lee Sheffield Hallam University/Sheffield LEA, England
  • Tim Lewis Sheffield Hallam University
  • Susan V. McLaren University of Strathclyde, Scotland
  • David Miosuser Tel Aviv University
  • Andy Mitchell Sheffield Hallam University, England
  • Bill Nicholl University of Cambridge, England
  • Tom Page Loughborough University
  • Maggie Rogers Goldsmiths' University of London, England
  • Prakash Ross Sheffielf Hallam University/Sheffield LEA, England
  • Marion Rutland University of Surrey, Roehampton, England
  • Kirsty Smart Sheffield Hallam University
  • David Spendlove University of Manchester
  • Stephen Thompson University of Wales, Newport, Wales
  • Gisli Thorsteinsson Iceland University of Education
  • Dr Noel Williams Sheffield Hallam University, England
  • Malcolm Welch Queens University

Abstract

  • A Comparison of the Relationship Between Creativity, Learning Style Preference and Achievement at GCSE and Degree Level in the Context of Design and Technology Project Work - Abstract by Stephanie Atkinson
  • Girls' Decision Processes for Participation in Design and Technology Subjects in Zimbabwe's Secondary Schools - Abstract by Chris Chimwayange and Janet Davies
  • Do We Have an Alternative Methodology for Teaching Design? - Abstract by David Mioduser and Osnat Dagan
  • Exploring Creativity as a Component of the Manufacturing or Making Process: Implications for Assessment - Abstract by John Dakers
  • How do Trainee Primary Teachers Understand Creativity? - Abstract by Dan Davies, Alan Howe, Melanie Fasciato and Maggie Rogers
  • Out of the Box: the Promotion of Creativity in Learners - Abstract by Ruth Dineen and Elspeth Collins
  • The Role of Implicit Theories in the Development of Creative Classrooms - Abstract by Wendy Dow
  • The Evolution of Technicity: Whence Creativity and Innovation - Abstract by Mike Doyle
  • Defining User Requirements and Strategies for a Multimedia Learning Environment Aimed at Enhancing Creativity in A' Level Design and Technology Teaching and Learning - Abstract by Ester Ehiyazaryanm Tim Lewis and Dr Noel Williams
  • Compliance and Creativity? Compliance or Creativity? - Abstract by Debbie Haffenden
  • Enhancing Learning Through Dialogue and Reasoning Within Collaborative Problem Solving - Abstract by J. W. Hamilton
  • Questioning Styles: Observations of Differences in Practice at Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 - Abstract by Alison Hardy
  • 'Little c' Creativity and 'Big I' Innovation Within the Context of Design and Technology Education - Abstract by Gill Hope
  • D&T Making a Difference in Black Ethnic Minority Education: the Sheffield LEA ICSYS Partnership - Abstract by Tim Lewis, John Lee, Prakash Ross, Jenny Dein and John Dawson
  • Design and Technology (D&T) and Citizenship: Changing Attitudes? - Abstract by Colin Chapman, Tim Lewis and Kirsty Smart
  • Forensics and Autopsies: Exploiting Popular Culture to Teach Design and Commercial Manufacture? - Abstract by Susan V. McLaren and Neal P. Juster
  • Approaches to Teaching Pupils with Behavioural, Emotional and Social Difficulties in Design and Technology - Abstract by Louise Davies, James Fox, Peter Grover and Andy Mitchell
  • Teaching and Learning Creativity - Abstract by Bill Nicholl
  • Creativity: is it on the Key Stage 3 (11-14 years) Design and Technology (D&T) Agenda? - Abstract by Marion Rutland
  • Creativity in Design and Technology and ICT: Imagining Possibilities in a Digital Age - Abstract by David Spendlove and Matthew Hopper
  • Emerging Technologies - Some Strategies for a Future of Design and the Formation of Somatic Experience - Abstract by Stephen Thompson
  • Innovative Design and Technology Education in a Virtual Learning Environment - Abstract by Gisli Thorsteinsson and Tom Page
  • Portfolios in Design and Technology Education: Investigating Differing Views - Abstract by Malcolm Welch and Dr David Barlex

Author Biography

Tim Lewis, Sheffield Hallam University

Principle Lecturer

How to Cite
ATKINSON, Stephanie et al. DATA Annual International Research Conference 2004 - Paper Extracts. Journal of Design & Technology Education, [S.l.], v. 9, n. 3, aug. 2009. ISSN 1360-1431. Available at: <https://ojs.lboro.ac.uk/JDTE/article/view/691>. Date accessed: 10 dec. 2018.
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