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Occupations in Design and Technology Research Task

PDF | 2 pages|Grades: 3 - 6

A research task exploring how people in various occupations need technology to perform their job successfully.

Use this teaching resource when studying Design and Technologies in your classroom.

Students choose an occupation from the list provided, then explore how people in this occupation need or use technology in order to successfully perform their job.

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    Opal Sternbaum

    Thanks for designing this. I find it highly problematic that the only two professions to show an image of a woman are ‘shop assistant’ and ‘teacher’. I refuse to expose my students to these gender norms and sterotypes. they see them enough as it is. I invite you to challange these and remake the sheet with a more diverse set of people in these roles.

    Opal Sternbaum · Oct 6th, 2021

    Dean Hughes

    Thanks so much for bringing this to our attention, Opal. I’ve mentioned this to the team and they will be working on the resource to show the expansive and differing roles of all people, reflecting what we see in our society. Thanks once again.

    Dean Hughes · Oct 7th, 2021

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