Oct
25
9:30 AM09:30

CPD - Making Sense

A day-long CPD training session in our latest DOT box, 'Making Sense'.

Students will be challenged to identify opportunities to make the world better using technology. Idea generation will encourage divergent thinking and how to avoid design fixation. Students will prototype their design solutions using the iterative design process, originating from the Engineering Design Centre, Cambridge. Students are encouraged to become effective and resourceful problem solvers using a BBC micro:bit and sensors.

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Nov
15
9:30 AM09:30

CPD - Inclusive Design

A day-long CPD training session in our DOT Box 'Inclusive Salt & Pepper'.

It is normal to be different. By using Cambridge simulation gloves & glasses, students are able to become empathetic engineers, stepping into someone else's shoes, in this case with a visual impairment and lowered dexterity. Students must generate inclusive design solutions to allow food to be seasoned, regardless of ability. Stakeholder requirements are juggled and solutions prototyped. Students learn key skills in problem-solving and resilience through the iterative design process, pioneered at the Engineering Design Centre, Cambridge.

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Nov
29
9:30 AM09:30

CPD - Making Sense

A day-long CPD training session in our latest DOT box, 'Making Sense'.

Students will be challenged to identify opportunities to make the world better using technology. Idea generation will encourage divergent thinking and how to avoid design fixation. Students will prototype their design solutions using the iterative design process, originating from the Engineering Design Centre, Cambridge. Students are encouraged to become effective and resourceful problem solvers using a BBC micro:bit and sensors.

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Dec
13
9:30 AM09:30

CPD - Inclusive Design

A day-long CPD training session in our DOT Box 'Inclusive Salt & Pepper'.

It is normal to be different. By using Cambridge simulation gloves & glasses, students are able to become empathetic engineers, stepping into someone else's shoes, in this case with a visual impairment and lowered dexterity. Students must generate inclusive design solutions to allow food to be seasoned, regardless of ability. Stakeholder requirements are juggled and solutions prototyped. Students learn key skills in problem-solving and resilience through the iterative design process, pioneered at the Engineering Design Centre, Cambridge.

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