All curriculum areas contribute to the totality of the experiences that make up the new curriculum. You can download the experiences and outcomes for technologies.
An introduction to the technologies section of National Qualifications with links to information on how NQs are changing.
This resource outlines significant aspects of learning and describes what breadth, challenge and application look like to support practitioners in assessing learners’ progress in technologies.
A recording of the Glow TV event delivered by Pamela Anderson, post-doctoral researcher within the Advanced Space Concepts Laboratory at the University of Strathclyde.
A group of not-for-profit organisations, developing computer science resources and learning opportunities for young people in Scotland and the UK.
Read the key findings of our latest research outlining the gender imbalance in STEM subjects at school.
Evaluation of current practice in the technologies identifying good practice.
The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV, allowing people of all ages to explore computing.
Born to Build is a careers resource targeted at young people between the ages of 14 and 19 challenging outdated perceptions to portray construction as a dynamic and exciting industry at the forefront of technological innovation.
- Assistance for practitioners in the process of planning learning, teaching and assessment.
These support materials are here to help implement the experiences and outcomes under Curriculum for Excellence.