Finland has a well-known reputation in technology, but technology is still not taught as a separate subject in the national curriculum. The position of technology education in Finland is quite different from that in most other European countries, even Finland’s Nordic neighbours. Technology education is incorporated within the scopes of other subjects such as physics, chemistry, biology, home economics, and craft education. Craft education is, in practice, further divided into technical work and textile work.
How to Cite:
Autio, O. (2011). The Development of Technological Competence from Adolescence to Adulthood. Journal of Technology Education, 22(2), 71–89. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21061/jte.v22i2.a.5