Technological literacy and digital democracy: A relationship grounded in technology education
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© John R. Dakers 2014.The history of technology education has been characterized by continual reinvention; because the nature of technology is dynamic, the nature of technology education also should be dynamic. Current developments in digital communication technologies present further opportunities for technology education to contribute to dispositions in students that are fundamental to their participation in the developing global digital democracy. The nature of the global context, within which the exercise of democracy takes place, warrants discussion.
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