Technology: A Significant Factor for Developing Education

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The problem to which this study is addressed is that of education in a technological age. The principal concern is for the recognition of technology in developing general education for the student with particular reference to industrial arts education. The purposes of the study are to assess technology's significance for education, concepts of education which postulate technology as significant, and the impact of technology on education. Finally, the study discusses critically the implications of these assessments for industrial arts education. Four categories of sources provide the data: the history and philosophy of technology, social sciences, the work of generalists, and ... continued below

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Herrington, Glen D. (Glen Dale) May 1982.

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The problem to which this study is addressed is that of education in a technological age. The principal concern is for the recognition of technology in developing general education for the student with particular reference to industrial arts education. The purposes of the study are to assess technology's significance for education, concepts of education which postulate technology as significant, and the impact of technology on education. Finally, the study discusses critically the implications of these assessments for industrial arts education. Four categories of sources provide the data: the history and philosophy of technology, social sciences, the work of generalists, and education. Selection of data includes both common and divergent viewpoints of facts and judgments. The data are formed into a composite structure of ideas which have implications for education in a technological world.

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Herrington, Glen D. (Glen Dale). Technology: A Significant Factor for Developing Education, dissertation, May 1982; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc332227/: accessed July 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .