Technology Education for Teachers
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Teachers are under no obligation to accept or develop a philosophy about what they do, but there is an obligation to think about what they do and why they do it; it is irresponsible not to. So teachers need to: 1. think through the issues and alternatives of the various approaches to what they do in the belief that intelligent thought can improve success, 2. consistently base their educational practice on the outcome of that thinking. A clearly articulated philosophy is one way toward a heightened sensitivity to the challenges of professional responsibility, resulting in consistent, logical practice. This introductory chapter attempts to place technology education in a context – technology education must relate to technology, and is enacted in a school context of general education for all students.
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