David’s Publications

Presentations

Presentations are released under Creative Commons licenses that spell out exactly what may and may not be done with them; generally these are released under a ‘Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0’ License. This licence lets you remix, tweak, and build upon the work non-commercially, as long as you credit the author and licence your new creations under the identical terms. This means that any derivative works will also be non-commercial in nature. That is, you can use these materials flexibly but you can’t profit from them.

Banks Barlex Beyond the subject silos in STEM – the case for ‘looking sideways’ in the secondary school curriculum presented at STEM Education and our Planet Making connections across contexts 3rd International Conference July 12 – 15, 2014, UBC, Vancouver, BC Canada available here    VancouverSTEM

D&T-SciLinksGoldsmiths16Jan presented at Goldsmiths to D&T PGCE students

Teach Design Presentation July 2013, presented for Teach Design 6 July and 13 July 2013

Books and chapters in book

Disruptive Technologies in P John Williams and Kay Stables (Eds) Critique in Design and Technology Education Springer 2017

Contemporary Research in Technology Education Helping teachers develop research informed practice (with P John Williams) Springer (2017)

Industry’s Role in Pre-university Engineering Education: The UK Experience in Marc J de Vries (Ed) Pre-University Engineering Education Sense (2016)

Developing a Technology Curriculum in P John Williams, Alister Jones and Cathy Bunting (Eds) The Future of Technology Education Springer (2015)

Developing work with disruptive technologies (with Nick Givens and Torben Steeg) in Gwyneth Owen-Jackson (Ed) Learning to Teach Design and Technology in the Secondary School, 3rd edition Routledge (2015)

Enabling both reflection and action: a challenge facing technology education in John R Dakers (Ed) New Frontiers in Technological Literacy Breaking with the Past Palgrave (2014)

School science and technology (with Marion Rutland) in Mike Watts (Ed) Debates in Science Education Routledge (2014)

Primary D&T New Curriculum booklet (with Davina Salmon) a pamphlet providing advice and guidance.

Teaching STEM in Secondary Schools Helping teachers meet the challenge (with Frank Banks) Oxford: Routledge (2014)

‘Curriculum Development’ in J Williams (Ed) Technology Education for Teachers Rotterdam: Sense (2013)

‘The Young Foresight Project A UK Initiative in design creativity involving mentors from industry’ In B France and V Compton (Ed) Bringing Communities Together: Connecting learners with scientists or technologists. Rotterdam: Sense (2012)

‘The STEM Programme in England’ in M J deVries (Ed) Positioning Technology Education in the Curriculum Rotterdam: Sense (2011)

‘Achieving Creativity in the Technology Classroom: The English Experience’ in M Barak and M Hacker (Ed) Fostering Human Development Through Engineering and Technology Education. Rotterdam: Sense (2011)

‘Nuffield Primary Design & Technology’ in C Benson and J Lunt (Ed) International Handbook of Primary Technology Education Rotterdam: Sense (2011)

Design and technology inside the black box Assessment for learning in the design and technology classroom (with Judy Moreland and Alister Jones) GL Assessment London England (2008)

Design and Technology for the Next Generation: A Collection of Provocative Pieces, Written by Experts in Their Field to Stimulate Reflection and Curriculum Innovation, CliffeCo, Shropshire England (2007)

Developing your Creativity Using a Sketchbook: Innovative materials for Students and Teachers  First Draft (with Malcolm Welch) (2003)

Papers

Modernisation of the school D&T curriculum with special reference to disruptive technologies; a case study of trainee teachers’ responses (with Nick Givens, Alison Hardy and Torben Steeg) In Marc J de Vries, Arien Bekker-Holtland and Gerald van Dijk (Eds) PATT 32 Proceedings Technology Education for 21st Century Skills August 2016

Barlex D (2015) Pupil visions of a robot future in Marjolaine Chatoney (Ed) Plurality and Complementarity of Approaches in Design and Technology Education: PATT29 conference proceedings. April 2015,

Banks, F. & Barlex, D (2014) Beyond the subject silos in STEM – the case for ‘looking sideways’ in the secondary school curriculum. Presented at STEM Education and our Planet Making connections across contexts 3rd International Conference July 12 – 15, 2014, UBC, Vancouver, BC Canada available as Banks_Barlex

Barlex, D., Givens, N. & Steeg, T. (2013) Disruptive technologies: engaging teachers and secondary school students in emerging affordances. P. John Williams & Dilani Gedera (Eds) PATT 27 Technology Education for the future a play on sustainability. New Zealand: University of Waikato; University of Canterbury available here

Barlex, D. & Stevens, M. (2012 Making by printing – disruption inside and outside school? in Thomas Ginner, Jonas Helstrom and Magnus Hulten (Eds) Technology Education in the 21st Century Proceedings of the PATT 26 Conference 2012, 64 – 73, Stockholm, Linkoping University  available here

Barlex, D. (2012) Engaging design & technology trainee teachers with the nature of technology – a case study in Thomas Ginner, Jonas Helstrom and Magnus Hulten (Eds) Technology Education in the 21st Century Proceedings of the PATT 26 Conference 2012, 57 – 63, Stockholm, Linkoping University available here

Barlex, D. (2011) Dear Minister, This is why design and technology is a very important subject in the school curriculum. Design and Technology Education: An International Journal, 16.3, 9 – 18 Design & Technology Association Wellesbourne

Barlex, D., Sharkawy, A., Welch, M., McDuff, J. & Craig, N. (2009) Adapting a Curriculum Unit to Facilitate Interaction Between Technology, Mathematics and Science in the Elementary Classroom: Identifying Relevant Criteria. Design and Technology Education: An International Journal, 14.1, 7 – 20 Design & Technology Association Wellesbourne

Barlex, D. & Rutland, M. (2008) Design and technology trainee teacher’s use of a subject construct model to enable reflective critique of school experience. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, Volume 18, Number 3, July 2008, 0957-7572 (print), 1573-1804 (online), pp 231-246 available here 

Barlex, D. & Rutland, M. (2008) Perspectives on pupil creativity in design and technology in the lower secondary curriculum in England. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, Volume 18, Number 2, March 2008, 0957-7572 (Print) 1573-1804 (Online), pp 139-165, available here

Barlex, D. (2007) Assessing capability in design & technology The case for a minimally invasive approach Design and Technology Education: An International Journal, 12.2, 9 – 56 Design & Technology Association Wellesbourne

Barlex, D. & Trebell, D. (2007) Design-without-make: challenging the conventional approach to teaching and learning in a design and technology classroom. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, available here 

Barlex, D., Lewis, T., Chapman, C & Christer K. (2007) Investigating interaction between science and design and technology (D&T) in the secondary school – a case study approach. Research in Science and Technological Education, 25, 1, 37 – 58 Routledge, UK

Barlex, D. (2007) Creativity in School Design & Technology in England: a discussion of influences International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 17, 149-162 Klewer, The Netherlands

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