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    It's the start of the new academic year! Arty Classes was set up by Emma K L Taylor for worldwide students studying in art,fashion and textiles. Invest in a creative 'Super Tutor' with Arty Classes and you can be the best. Lets be CREATIVE!!
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    I am a designer and photographer with 20 years experience, and approx 8 years tutoring, mentoring and creative coaching experience across a range of design software, photography and branding, to professionals, students or amateurs.
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    I am currently a NQT teacher of Design and Technology at an outstanding secondary school. I hold a degree in Bsc Human Nutrition and A levels of Biology, Business, history and accounting. Two of these A levels were self taught.
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  • Key Stage 3

    "KS3" redirects here. For other uses, see KS-3 (disambiguation). Key Stage 3 (commonly abbreviated as KS3) is the legal term for the three years of schooling
  • Key Stage 4

    this Key Stage in each of the following areas: The Arts Design and Technology The Humanities Modern Foreign Languages At the end of this stage, pupils
  • Key Stage 2

    this Key Stage must follow a programme of education in these 12 areas: English Mathematics Science Design Technology History Geography Art and Design Music
  • Key Stage 1

    this Key Stage must follow a programme of education in these areas: English Mathematics Science Design Technology History Geography Art and Design Music
  • Instructional design

    integrating technology, internet, and human-computer interaction with education gained momentum with the introduction of Learning Design and Technology (LDT)
  • Single-stage-to-orbit

    (Reusable Orbital Module, Booster, and Utility Shuttle), another design from Philip Bono. This wasn't technically single stage since it dropped some of its
  • Object-oriented analysis and design

    analysis models for OOA and design models for OOD respectively, will be refined and evolve continuously driven by key factors like risks and business value.
  • Nord Stage

    Stage 3 are the Nord Stage 3 88, with 88 Hammer Action keys, the smaller and lighter HP 76, with 76 Hammer Action Portable keys, and the Compact, with 73
  • Design for X

    Design for excellence, Design for Excellence, or Design For Excellence (DFX or DfX), are terms and expansions used interchangeably in the existing literature
  • Stage piano

    and weighted keys. While the sounds or "voices" available on stage pianos is often wider than that of a digital piano designed for home use, stage pianos