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Innovations in Science and Technology Education: Volume V

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A technology education driven exclusively by economic imperatives might fail to address crucial value issues such as control of technology and its use in relation to more global and environmental concerns. This volume looks at the emergence of technology education as a subject in the school curriculum, taking into account the principal actors: economic instrumentalists, pr...more
Hardcover, 258 pages
Published by UNESCO (first published January 28th 1992)
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