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Title: Technological Education
Authors: Bruno-Jofré, Rosa
Wynne, Kathleen
Hope, Gill
Welch, Malcolm
Norman, Eddie
Olson, John
Holtermann-Delong, Ena
Higham, Jeremy
Yeomans, David
Whitaker, Chris

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Keywords: Technological
Education
Issue Date: 2010
Series/Report no.: Issue
9
Abstract: Technological education encompasses a wide range of skills development, among which are imaginative problem solving, design and production. Creative ways of engaging young people in both the conceptual and practical elements of technology are essential for society. This issue of the Education Letter ranges from the ethics of science and technology, to design and its impact on thinking, to the benefits of education in this field for both younger children and at risk youth, to an exploration of existing programs.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1974/5450
ISSN: 978155339157-9
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