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Studies in Design Education Craft & Technology
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Vol 4 No 2 (1972)
The Theory of Loose Parts, An important principle for design methodology.
Innovative School Courses and Industrial Performance - A report on a Project to investigate the relevance of school learning to performance and attitudes in industry
Gordon Charrot, Erica Glynn, David Mathews
Who Cares About the Craft Apprentice? A report of a study of the attitudes to further education of 2,000 Scottish craft apprentices
A. D. Weir
Technical Drawing - Alive or Dead? The case for technical graphics
The Indivisual and Design Education - Designing should never be only the teacher's process for producing work but should include the opportunity for the individual child to invest his learning with personal meaning.
The Application of Camera Work to Design Studies in Metal - Photography retains that magical property of being able to stimulate, excite and exhilarate the most blase.
G. J. Williams
Integrated Studies: The Craft Dimension
Leslie Deem, S. J. Eggleston, Violet M. Endacott, A. N. Glover, E. James, B. T. Keay, M. Sayer