A Model for Unified Science and Technology

Beven, Roy B.; Raudebaugh, Robert A.
January 2004
Journal of Technology Studies;Winter2004, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p10
Academic Journal
Reports on the integration of technology education in secondary science curricula. Interdependent relationship between science and technology; Students's performance in instructional activities; Development of hierarchical science and technology process skills.


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