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Design and Technology


Wind Powered Vehicle

Wind Powered Vehicle

BBC Bitesize: Change Champs

Join Liv and Alexander as they meet up with Quinn at Chew Valley Lake to learn about how wind energy can move a boat.
Let's Go Fly a Kite

Let's Go Fly a Kite

Let's Discover: Flying

Making and flying your own kite can be lots of fun on a windy day, remember to ask an adult for help if you need it.
How Do Wind Turbines Work?

How Do Wind Turbines Work?

Our Changing Climate

Every 24 hours, wind generates enough kinetic energy to produce roughly 35 times more electricity than humanity uses each day. And unlike coal or oil, this resource is totally renewed each day. So how can we harness this incredible amount of...Show More
A Brief History of Plastic

A Brief History of Plastic

Clean up Challenge

For centuries, billiard balls were made of ivory from elephant tusks. But when excessive hunting caused elephant populations to decline, they began to look for alternatives. John Wesley Hyatt took up the challenge. In five years, he invented a...Show More
Properties of Materials in Design

Properties of Materials in Design

Miniclips

Have you ever stopped to think about the products you use every day? Why are they designed the way they are? And why are they made of particular materials? This Miniclip examines the properties of materials including being flexible, strong,...Show More
What Is Binary?

What Is Binary?

Miniclips: Algo's Coding Adventures

Binary is the language of computers! In this episode, students will learn what binary code is and how it allows us to see images, hear sound, watch movies, and read text on our computers. They will also discover how transistors and the processor...Show More
Why Do We Need so Many Languages?

Why Do We Need so Many Languages?

Miniclips: Algo's Coding Adventures

There are so many programming languages out there – so how do you pick the right one? In this episode, students will discover different programming languages such as HTML, Javascript, Python, C#, Ruby, and more. They will learn how each...Show More
What Are Algorithms?

What Are Algorithms?

Miniclips: Algo's Coding Adventures

Polly and Paul program Algo to cook them breakfast using instructions written as an algorithm – but what exactly is an ‘algorithm’? In this episode, students will discover what an algorithm is, the importance of writing them logically and...Show More
Why Learn Coding?

Why Learn Coding?

Miniclips: Algo's Coding Adventures

Computers are all around us and we use them every single day. But why should students learn how to code? In this episode, students will learn what coding is, why it’s important to develop computational thinking skills, and an overview of the...Show More
What Is a Computer?

What Is a Computer?

Miniclips: Algo's Coding Adventures

Have you ever wondered what makes up a computer? In this episode, students will learn why computers were invented, the different parts of a computer – including hardware and software – the role of the CPU, and the four functions that every...Show More
Means of Transport

Means of Transport

Spot the Different One: Visual Attention

Educational video for kids to spot the different transport icon emoji. This challenge is a wonderful resource to practice visual attention skills and mental agility. Students will have 15 seconds to spot the different emoji. Will players be able...Show More
What's a Smartphone Made of?

What's a Smartphone Made of?

Earth School

As of 2018, there are around 2.5 billion smartphone users in the world. If we broke open all the newest phones and split them into their component parts, that would produce around 85,000 kg of gold, 875,000 of silver, and 40,000,000 of copper....Show More
Facilitators Guide

Facilitators Guide

The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Emer Maguire presents a teachers guide into what the fourth Industrial Revolution is and how we should prepare our students for new jobs that will exist in the year 2030.
Manufacturing

Manufacturing

The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Ravin Jesuthasan gives us expert insight into how we will make and sell things in the year 2030.
Home

Home

The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Emer Maguire and Phillip Oldfield provide insight into what smart technology we use at home and the potential uses by 2030.
Transport

Transport

The Fourth Industrial Revolution

An in depth look at how we will get around in the year 2030 with Lukas Neckermann providing insight into the area.
Work

Work

The Fourth Industrial Revolution

This video explores what types of jobs will be available for people in the year 2030, including a short interview with Lucy McKenna.
Food

Food

The Fourth Industrial Revolution

A short video providing insight into how our food be grown in 2030, with Tim Benton providing industry knowledge.
Education

Education

The Fourth Industrial Revolution

This video takes a look at what education look like in the year 2030 with expert Sugata Mitra providing insight.
Energy

Energy

The Fourth Industrial Revolution

A look at how will we be making and using energy in 2030 with expert Juda Stowborough providing insight.
Health

Health

The Fourth Industrial Revolution

This video explores what medical advances we could make by the year 2030 with guest speaker Professor Richard Kennedy providing insight.
What Is the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

What Is the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Emer Maguire gives us an Introduction to the fourth Industrial Revolution, including an overview of the technologies that changed the world over the last 200 years and what the world could look like in the year 2030.
The Life Cycle of a T-shirt

The Life Cycle of a T-shirt

Earth School

Consider the classic white t-shirt. Annually, we sell and buy 2 billion t-shirts globally, making it one of the most common garments in the world. But how and where is the average t-shirt made, and what’s its environmental impact? Angel Chang...Show More
Put It to the Test! (Testing, Trials and Variables)

Put It to the Test! (Testing, Trials and Variables)

Crash Course Kids: The Engineering Process

More trials! This time we need to figure out what to do if you don't have all the things you'd like to have to perform your tests. How do you isolate a variable across multiple tests? A good engineer will work to find a way to make it happen.
Problem? Try Trials!

Problem? Try Trials!

Crash Course Kids: The Engineering Process

We've talked about variables and solving problems. But how do we keep working on a problem if the first solution doesn't fix it? Trials!

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