Selecting Instructional Strategies for Technology Education: 52nd Yearbook of the Council on Technology Teacher Education
Technology education involves much more than instruction of the artifacts and methods of technology. The increasing amount and complexity of technology require students to know how to use, manage, assess, and understand technology. Inquiry is a cognitive instructional strategy that can help students learn about current technologies and also provide them with tools for investigating emerging technologies as they are encountered.
Original Publication Citation
Reed, P. A. (2003). Inquiry in technology education. In K. Helgeson & A. Schwaller (Eds.), Selecting Instructional Strategies for Technology Education: 52nd Yearbook of the Council on Technology Teacher Education (pp. 117-129). McGraw Hill Glencoe. https://vtechworks.lib.vt.edu/handle/10919/19152
Reed, Philip A.; Helgeson, Kurt R. (Ed.); and Schwaller, Anthony E. (Ed.), "Inquiry in Technology Education" (2003). STEMPS Faculty Publications. 149.
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