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Do Hands-On, Technology-Based Activities Enhance Learning by Reinforcing Cognitive Knowledge and Retention?

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Anthony Korwin ,

East Aurora High School, US
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Coordinator, Industrial Cooperative Education, East Aurora High School, Aurora, Illinois. 

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Ronald Jones

University of North Texas, US
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Professor, Department of Industrial Technology, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas.

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Abstract

Technology education has passed through explicit phases from manual training through manual arts through industrial arts, to contemporary programs in industry and technology. These phases have been based on different psychologies and therefore, have produced varied rationales. Since the 1900's, one common link has been that the field is purported to be an important part of general education and therefore, can provide a meaningful educational experience.

How to Cite: Korwin, A., & Jones, R. (1990). Do Hands-On, Technology-Based Activities Enhance Learning by Reinforcing Cognitive Knowledge and Retention?. Journal of Technology Education, 1(2). DOI: http://doi.org/10.21061/jte.v1i2.a.3
Published on 22 Mar 1990.
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