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Students Attitudes Toward Technology in Selected Technology Education Programs

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Richard A. Boser ,

Illinois State University, US
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Associate Professor in Industrial Technology at Illinois State University, Normal, IL.
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Michael K. Daugherty,

Illinois State University, US
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Associate Professor in Industrial Technology at Illinois State University, Normal, IL.
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James D. Palmer

Granby High School, US
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A Technology Education Teacher at Granby High School in Norfolk, VA.
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Abstract

One of the goals of technology education is to promote technological literacy of a broad and encompassing nature (Technology for All Americans Project (TAAP), 1996; International Technology Education Association (ITEA), 1993). To achieve this goal, technology education must prepare students to understand, control, and use technology. Students need to learn how to adapt to technological change and how to deal with forces that influence their lives and potentially control their future (Waetjen, 1985).

How to Cite: Boser, R. A., Daugherty, M. K., & Palmer, J. D. (1998). Students Attitudes Toward Technology in Selected Technology Education Programs. Journal of Technology Education, 10(1), 4–19. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21061/jte.v10i1.a.1
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Published on 22 Sep 1998.
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