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e-Mature Learning in Design and Technology
Submitted by: Geoff Howard
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The first paper produced on behalf of NAAIDT and DATA in support of the BECTa initiated project on eMaturity.

Design and Technology has long been recognised as making a significant contribution to the development of an individual’s ICT capability. Design and Technology applies a variety of software, together with a range of hardware, not only to process information but also to manufacture 2 and 3 dimensional products. The development of design and technology capability runs alongside the development of ICT capability and contributes to the individual’s e-maturity. It is both the increased level of sophistication at which the learner can work and the nature and quality of their designing and making arising from a developing e-maturity that is so significant.

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