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PHYS-MA-TECH: An Integrated Partnership

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Jule Dee Scarborough ,

Northern Illinois University, US
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Professor in the Department of Technology, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL.
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Conard L. White

Northern Illinois University, US
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Professors in the Department of Technology, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL.
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Abstract

There is a national movement across the U.S. to reform education, especially for students of average ability and school achievement–the “forgotten majority”. Curricular integration across disciplines using teacher teams to broaden learning contexts as well as improving access to academic courses such as physics and mathematics has been a response to the call for reform (see, for example, American Chemical Society, 1988; Benson, 1989; Bottoms, 1989; Edgerton, 1990; Grubb, Davis, Lum, Plihal, & Morgaine, 1991).
How to Cite: Scarborough, J. D., & White, C. L. (1994). PHYS-MA-TECH: An Integrated Partnership. Journal of Technology Education, 5(2), 31–39. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21061/jte.v5i2.a.3
Published on 22 Mar 1994.
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