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Journal of Technology Education
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Content or Process as Approaches to Technology Curriculum: Does It Matter Come Monday Morning?
Content, which focuses upon conceptual structure, and process, which focuses upon intellectual skills, are two preeminent ways in which technology educators conceive of curriculum (e.g., Bensen 1988). Clearly, if...
Identification of Quality Characteristics for Technology Education Programs: A North Carolina Case Study
Since its beginning, technology education has consistently pursued quality outcomes in course offerings. Especially during the past 25 years, the process of establishing standards, or outcomes, has been a major area of...
NSF Funded Projects: Perspectives of Project Leaders
The potential for significant grants for technology education in the United States has increased in recent years. In addition to state agencies, federal agencies such as NASA, the National Science Foundation (NSF) 1 and...
Defining and Measuring Technical Thinking: Students' Technical Abilities in Finnish Comprehensive Schools
The terms "technical" and "technology" are widely used by educators, workplace practitioners, and the general public. Seldom, however, is there a written explanation of a technologist's or technician's attributes...
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