ERIC Number: ED442988
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000
Reference Count: N/A
Technology Education for the 21st Century: A Collection of Essays. 49th Yearbook, 2000.
Martin, G. Eugene, Ed.
These 38 essays in 4 units are directed toward the future of technology education. Unit I: Evolving into the 21st Century has one essay, entitled "The Past Defines the Paths to be Taken" (Jerry Streichler). Essays 2-18, in Unit II: Exemplary Practices for the 21st Century, are "Developing a Curriculum Process" (Bryan Albrecht); "Design Problem Solving: The Signature of Technology Education" (Allen Bame, Robert Booth); "Primary Design and Technology--10 Years On" (Clare Benson); "Why Can't the Sun Shine Everywhere at the Same Time?" (Robert Booth, Allen Bame); "Hands-On, Minds-On Learning: Putting It All Together" (Barry N. Burke); "Imagineering: Creating the Future (Barry N. Burke); "Technology Modeling" (Robert A. Daiber); "Technology Education Is Powerful Teaching" (Michael A. De Miranda); "A School within a School: Teamwork at its Best" (W. Tad Foster); "Igniting the Passion through the Technology Education Collegiate Association" (William L. Havice, Gerald G. Lovedahl); "Making Connections: Situated Learning in Technology Education" (Roger B. Hill); "Of Artifacts and Emotions" (James E. LaPorte); "Design the Creative Soul of Technology" (James R. McCracken); "Electronic Portfolios" (Edward M. Reeve); "Service Learning" (Edward M. Reeve); "Systems Approach: A Clear View from the Mind's Eye" (Brigitte G. Valesey); and "The American Technology Honor Society" (Rosanne T. White). Unit III: Our 21st Century Agenda consists of Essays 19-37, entitled "Technology Education Supervisors: An Endangered Species?" (Jerry Balistreri); "Self-Renewal: Appreciating Yesterday, Celebrating Today, Anticipating Tomorrow" (M. James Bensen); "Blurring the Boundaries" (Rodney L. Custer); "Standards-Based Reform for Technology Education" (William E. Dugger, Jr.); "Teachers for Tomorrow" (William D. Greer); "The Age of Virtual Reality" (Richard Grimsley); "Envisioning the Whole Technologist" (Patricia A. Hutchinson); "The State Supervisor's Role in Managing National Change" (Gregory C. Kane); "A Curriculum at Risk? The Identity Crisis Continues..." (Linda Rae Markert); "The Changing Demographics in Technology Education" (Charles A. Pinder); "From Fluid Mechanics to Fluid Intelligence" (William S. Pretzer); "Power Play or No Play?" (Mark Sanders); "Know Where You're Going!" (Anthony E. Schwaller); "Technology Education for Some Americans?" (Michael L. Scott); "Do We Teach Technology? Yes, But We Also Teach Kids!" (Richard D. Seymour); "Concepts in Technology: Seeing the Order in the Chaos" (Marc J. de Vries); "Pursuing Profound Understandings in Technology" (Kenneth Welty); "Technology with a Human Face" (Robert C. Wicklein); and "Technology Education as an Integrator of Science and Mathematics" (Karen F. Zuga). Unit IV: A Call to Action has Essay 38, entitled "The New Millennium: A Time for Change" (G. Eugene Martin). An index is provided. (YLB)
Descriptors: Computer Mediated Communication, Curriculum Design, Curriculum Development, Demography, Demonstration Programs, Distance Education, Educational Change, Experiential Learning, Futures (of Society), High Risk Students, Integrated Curriculum, Minority Groups, Models, Portfolios (Background Materials), Postsecondary Education, Problem Solving, Secondary Education, Service Learning, Standards, Supervisors, Systems Approach, Teacher Education, Technological Advancement, Technological Literacy, Technology Education, Virtual Reality
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
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Authoring Institution: Council on Technology Teacher Education, Reston, VA.