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Illustrating educational development through ipsative performance in design based education.
The Technology subject in general post-primary education is unique based on its conception and treatment of knowledge. The task specific utility of knowledge is emphasised and at the same time, in reflection of the breadth ...
Visualization, inductive reasoning, and memory span as components of fluid intelligence: implications for technology education.
The philosophy and epistemology of technology education are relatively unique as the subject largely focusses on acquiring task specific relevant knowledge rather than having an explicit epistemological discipline boundary. ...
Developing a spatial ability framework to support spatial ability research in engineering education.
The association between high levels of spatial cognition and success in a number of engineering and technological fields is widely acknowledged within the pertinent literature. There is a now a need for further investigation ...
Curriculum development in technology teacher education: integrating epistemology, pedagogy and capability.
Technology education continues to establish itself internationally as a primary contributor to a broad and balanced curriculum that prepares students for the technological age that we are living in. It is critical that ...
Investigating the role of spatial ability as a factor of human intelligence in technology education: towards a casual theory of the relationship between spatial ability and STEM education.
(KTH Royal Institute of Technology., 2018)
Education is a particularly complex discipline due to the numerous variables which impact on teaching and learning. Due to the large effect of human intelligence on the variance in student educational achievement, there ...