The Resource Fostering Human Development Through Engineering and Technology Education, edited by Moshe Barak, Michael Hacker, (electronic resource)

Fostering Human Development Through Engineering and Technology Education, edited by Moshe Barak, Michael Hacker, (electronic resource)

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Fostering Human Development Through Engineering and Technology Education
Title
Fostering Human Development Through Engineering and Technology Education
Statement of responsibility
edited by Moshe Barak, Michael Hacker
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • eng
Summary
Fostering Human Development Through Engineering and Technology Education (ETE) is a collaborative work offered to students, scholars, researchers, decision-makers, curriculum developers, and educators interested in the rich learning opportunities afforded by engineering and technology education. This book provides perspective about the roles ETE might uniquely play in applying contemporary pedagogical practices to enhance students' intellectual, cognitive, and social skills in the service of promoting equitable and sustainable human development. Education about engineering and technology has become an imperative for all people due to the exponential rate of technological change, the impact of globalization on culture and economy, and the essential contributions engineering and technology make in addressing global and environmental challenges. Many of today’s students wish to use their education to influence the future, and school-based engineering and technology education programs meet the needs of these “millennial students” who are civic-minded, team-oriented, and want to make a difference. Therefore, support has been rapidly increasing for the establishment of school-based engineering and technology education (ETE) programs in many countries across the globe. Chapters in this book provide discussion about dimensions of learning; capabilities, concepts and skills for third millennial learners; culturally relevant learning through ETE; and the promise of new pedagogies such as gaming and other project-based learning approaches in our digitally connected world. The author team includes renowned educational theorists, cognitive scientists, scientists and engineers, instructional designers, expert practitioners, and researchers who have coalesced best practice and contemporary thought from seven countries
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Dewey number
607.1
Language note
English
LC call number
LB5-3640
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Barak, Moshe.
  • Hacker, Michael.
Series statement
International Technology Education Studies
Series volume
6
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  • Education
  • Education
  • Learning & Instruction
Label
Fostering Human Development Through Engineering and Technology Education, edited by Moshe Barak, Michael Hacker, (electronic resource)
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Publication
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online resource
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cr
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text
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Contents
  • ""Fostering Human Development Through Engineering and Technology Education""; ""TABLE OF CONTENTS""; ""INTRODUCTION: Human Development and Engineering and Technology Education""; ""HUMAN DEVELOPMENT""; ""A PERSPECTIVE ON ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION""; ""ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION AND FOSTERING LEARNING COMPETENCES""; ""OBJECTIVES AND STRUCTURE OF THE BOOK""; ""CONCLUDING REMARKS""; ""REFERENCES""; ""PART I: DIMENSIONS OF LEARNING â€? A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK""; ""1: LEARNING THEORIES FOR ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION""; ""INTRODUCTION""; ""OVERVIEW""
  • ""ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION GOALS""""ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION LEARNING THEORIES""; ""INFORMATION PROCESSING (COGNITIVE) THEORIES OF LEARNING""; ""Attention Issues""; ""Working Memory Issues""; ""Consolidation/Fluid Fact Retrieval""; ""Proceduralization""; ""Prior Knowledge/Misconceptions""; ""Cognitive Task Analysis""; ""Summary of Information Processing""; ""DISTRIBUTED COGNITION LEARNING THEORIES""; ""Models & Modeling Perspective and Model-Eliciting Activities""; ""COGNITIVE APPRENTICESHIP LEARNING THEORIES""; ""Traditional Apprenticeship Learning""
  • ""Cognitive Apprenticeship Learning""""CONCLUSION""; ""REFERENCES""; "" 2: ACTIVITY THEORY AS A PEDAGOGICAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE DELIVERY OF TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION""; ""INTRODUCTION""; ""A SHORT DISCUSSION RELATING TO ACTIVITY THEORY""; ""Marxist Origins""; ""The Use of Tools, Intentionality and Systems""; ""ACTIVITY THEORY CONSIDERED IN A TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION SETTING: A PHILOSOPHICAL EXPLORATION.""; ""The Significance of Mediation""; ""CONCLUSIONS""; ""REFERENCES""
  • ""3: FOSTERING LEARNING IN THE ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY CLASS: From Content-Oriented Instruction Toward a Focus on Cognition, Metacognition and Motivation""""INTRODUCTION""; ""LITERATURE REVIEW: PERSPECTIVES OF LEARNING AND COGNITION IN THE ENGNIEERING AND TECHNOLOGY CLASS""; ""Self-Directed Learning (SDR)""; ""Self-Regulated Learning (SRL)""; ""Cognition""; ""Metacognition and Reflection in Learning""; ""Motivation""; ""REFLECTION ON A PROGRAM AIMED AT ENHANCING ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION IN ISRAELI HIGH SCHOOLS""; ""Background""
  • ""The First Reform: From Conventional Instruction to Projects""""The Second Reform: Fostering Higher-Order Learning Skills""; ""The “Fostering Higher-Order Thinking in Learning Electricity and Electronicsâ€? Program""; ""Study Objectives and Data Collection Methods""; ""Outcomes from Working with Ministry of Education Supervisors""; ""Teachersâ€? In-Service Training Course""; ""The Position of Ministry of Education Supervisors""; ""Teachersâ€? Responses to the Suggested Reform""; ""Signs of Change in Schools""; ""DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS""; ""CLOSING REMARKS""; ""REFERENCES""
  • ""4: GENERAL VERSUS SPECIFIC INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES: The Question of Learning Transfer""
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (308 p.)
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online
Isbn
9786613695765
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computer
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c
Other control number
10.1007/978-94-6091-549-9
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remote
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Label
Fostering Human Development Through Engineering and Technology Education, edited by Moshe Barak, Michael Hacker, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Contents
  • ""Fostering Human Development Through Engineering and Technology Education""; ""TABLE OF CONTENTS""; ""INTRODUCTION: Human Development and Engineering and Technology Education""; ""HUMAN DEVELOPMENT""; ""A PERSPECTIVE ON ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION""; ""ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION AND FOSTERING LEARNING COMPETENCES""; ""OBJECTIVES AND STRUCTURE OF THE BOOK""; ""CONCLUDING REMARKS""; ""REFERENCES""; ""PART I: DIMENSIONS OF LEARNING â€? A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK""; ""1: LEARNING THEORIES FOR ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION""; ""INTRODUCTION""; ""OVERVIEW""
  • ""ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION GOALS""""ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION LEARNING THEORIES""; ""INFORMATION PROCESSING (COGNITIVE) THEORIES OF LEARNING""; ""Attention Issues""; ""Working Memory Issues""; ""Consolidation/Fluid Fact Retrieval""; ""Proceduralization""; ""Prior Knowledge/Misconceptions""; ""Cognitive Task Analysis""; ""Summary of Information Processing""; ""DISTRIBUTED COGNITION LEARNING THEORIES""; ""Models & Modeling Perspective and Model-Eliciting Activities""; ""COGNITIVE APPRENTICESHIP LEARNING THEORIES""; ""Traditional Apprenticeship Learning""
  • ""Cognitive Apprenticeship Learning""""CONCLUSION""; ""REFERENCES""; "" 2: ACTIVITY THEORY AS A PEDAGOGICAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE DELIVERY OF TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION""; ""INTRODUCTION""; ""A SHORT DISCUSSION RELATING TO ACTIVITY THEORY""; ""Marxist Origins""; ""The Use of Tools, Intentionality and Systems""; ""ACTIVITY THEORY CONSIDERED IN A TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION SETTING: A PHILOSOPHICAL EXPLORATION.""; ""The Significance of Mediation""; ""CONCLUSIONS""; ""REFERENCES""
  • ""3: FOSTERING LEARNING IN THE ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY CLASS: From Content-Oriented Instruction Toward a Focus on Cognition, Metacognition and Motivation""""INTRODUCTION""; ""LITERATURE REVIEW: PERSPECTIVES OF LEARNING AND COGNITION IN THE ENGNIEERING AND TECHNOLOGY CLASS""; ""Self-Directed Learning (SDR)""; ""Self-Regulated Learning (SRL)""; ""Cognition""; ""Metacognition and Reflection in Learning""; ""Motivation""; ""REFLECTION ON A PROGRAM AIMED AT ENHANCING ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION IN ISRAELI HIGH SCHOOLS""; ""Background""
  • ""The First Reform: From Conventional Instruction to Projects""""The Second Reform: Fostering Higher-Order Learning Skills""; ""The “Fostering Higher-Order Thinking in Learning Electricity and Electronicsâ€? Program""; ""Study Objectives and Data Collection Methods""; ""Outcomes from Working with Ministry of Education Supervisors""; ""Teachersâ€? In-Service Training Course""; ""The Position of Ministry of Education Supervisors""; ""Teachersâ€? Responses to the Suggested Reform""; ""Signs of Change in Schools""; ""DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS""; ""CLOSING REMARKS""; ""REFERENCES""
  • ""4: GENERAL VERSUS SPECIFIC INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES: The Question of Learning Transfer""
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (308 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9786613695765
Media category
computer
Media type code
c
Other control number
10.1007/978-94-6091-549-9
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CKB)3400000000025952
  • (EBL)974084
  • (OCoLC)775595797
  • (SSID)ssj0000878928
  • (PQKBManifestationID)11463992
  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0000878928
  • (PQKBWorkID)10850712
  • (PQKB)10170735
  • (DE-He213)978-94-6091-549-9
  • (EXLCZ)993400000000025952

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