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ERIC Number: ED042015
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 332
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The Development of a Framework for and a Model Teaching-Learning System in Electronics Technology for the Elementary School.
Inaba, Lawrence Akio
Developing a rationale and a structure of knowledge as the basis for an instructional system in electronics technology and designing and developing a packaged instructional system in electronics technology for the sixth grade is the two-fold purpose of this study. The study identifies electronics technology within the broad framework of industrial technology and communications technology, which are both within the still broader framework of technology. Sequential steps included: (1) identifying the total context of technology, (2) proceeding on the premise the industrial technology and communications technology were both sub-elements of the economic institution, (3) conceptualizing the context of electronics technology, (4) defining the body of knowledge, and (5) developing the instructional system. Recommendations include: (1) a refinement and restructuring of the present model, (2) a field test of the instructional system, (3) development of instructional programs for Grades 1 through 6, (4) development of alternative strategies for the design and other forms of visual presentations, (5) verification of terminology, and (6) organization of workshops for introducing elementary teachers to the instructional system. This Ph.D. thesis was submitted to The Ohio State University. (GR)
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