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Dakers, John R.

Defining Technological Literacy

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Defining Technological Literacy
John R. Dakers

Part I. Considering Aspects of Knowledge and Experience for Developing Technological Literacy

2. What Is Philosophy of Technology?
Andrew Feenberg

3. Technological Knowledge and Artifacts: An Analytical View
Marc J. Vries

4. Technology and Knowledge: Contributions from Learning Theories
Robert McCormick

5. How to Understand Mundane Technology: New Ways of Thinking about Human-Technology Relations
Mike Michael

6. Walking the Plank: Meditations on a Process of Skill
Tim Ingold

7. Ethical Technological Literacy as Democratic Curriculum Keystone
Steve Keirl

Part 2. Considering Aspects of Design in Developing Technological Literacy

8. Understanding Technological Design
Carl Mitcham, J. Britt Holbrook

9. The Designer Fallacy and Technological Imagination
Don Ihde

10. Human Beings as Technological Artifacts
Joseph C. Pitt

Part III. Considering Aspects of Pedagogy for Developing Technological Literacy

11. Towards a Philosophy for Technology Education
John R. Dakers

12. Innovative Technological Performance
Richard Kimbell

13. Pedagogy to Promote Reflection and Understanding in School Technology-Courses
David Barlex

14. “Technology, Design, and Society” (TDS) versus “Science, Technology, and Society” (STS): Learning Some Lessons
Frank Banks

15. Gender and Technology: Gender Mediation in School Knowledge Construction
Patricia Murphy

16. Implicit Theories: Their Impact on Technology Education
Wendy Dow

Part IV. Considering Globalization, Computers, the World-Wide Web, and their Impact in Developing Technological Literacy

17. Reconstructing Technoliteracy: A Multiple Literacies Approach
Richard Kahn, Douglas Kellner

18. Rethinking Technological Literacy for the Global Network Era
Leonard J. Waks

19. From Knowledge to Information: Virtual Classrooms or Automated Diploma Mills?
Michael A. Peters

Keywords: Social Sciences, Sociology, general, Education, general, Educational Technology, Curriculum Studies, Regional and Cultural Studies, Media Studies

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2006
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
344 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781403983053
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-53206-3

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