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Does Integrating Technology, Science, and Mathematics Improve Technological Problem Solving? A Quasi-Experiment

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Vincent W. Childress

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, US
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Assistant Professor at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.

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Abstract

Most educational reform reports since the mid 1980’s call for higher standards for curricula, higher standards for student achievement, and new approaches to teaching and learning. Many of these reports call for reform in technology, science, and mathematics education and integration of the three curricula. These calls for educational reform and curriculum integration have led many technology educators to understand the urgent need for research like the study reported herein.

How to Cite: Childress, V. W. (1996). Does Integrating Technology, Science, and Mathematics Improve Technological Problem Solving? A Quasi-Experiment. Journal of Technology Education, 8(1), 16–26. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21061/jte.v8i1.a.2
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Published on 22 Sep 1996.
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