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TD&T33 Kurt Seemann's view of technological knowledge (Part 1)

June 23, 2020 Dr Alison Hardy/ Assoc. Prof. Kurt Seemann Episode 33
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TD&T33 Kurt Seemann's view of technological knowledge (Part 1)
Jun 23, 2020 Episode 33
Dr Alison Hardy/ Assoc. Prof. Kurt Seemann

Further reading

Foundation Papers: 

2003: Basic Principles in Holistic Technology Education

1995: Technacy: towards a holistic understanding of technology teaching and learning among aboriginal Australians

Recent Papers by PhD teachers:

2020: Developing Computational Thinking in Children (Years 3 to 12) Through Programming using the Technacy Theory

Authors: Jayanti S Nayak, Therese Keane, & Kurt Seemann

Seemann, K., Cerovac, M, & Keane, T. (2019, in print) Understanding spatial inferential reasoning skills for Design Led STEM education, 1

Proceedings of the Technology Education New Zealand Conference, 1-3 October 2019 → Albany Senior High School, Albany, NZ.

URL: https://tenz.org.nz/2019-conference/#info.

Kurt's team's PhD Research project site is here:

http://technacy.org

Technacy Posters created by a teacher

Kurt also extends an invitation to all listeners to submit, participate,  and present via webinar and recorded presentation tp the Dattarc.org conference:

Transcript.doc
Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics by connecting with me on Twitter @hardy_alison or by emailing me.

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Show Notes

Further reading

Foundation Papers: 

2003: Basic Principles in Holistic Technology Education

1995: Technacy: towards a holistic understanding of technology teaching and learning among aboriginal Australians

Recent Papers by PhD teachers:

2020: Developing Computational Thinking in Children (Years 3 to 12) Through Programming using the Technacy Theory

Authors: Jayanti S Nayak, Therese Keane, & Kurt Seemann

Seemann, K., Cerovac, M, & Keane, T. (2019, in print) Understanding spatial inferential reasoning skills for Design Led STEM education, 1

Proceedings of the Technology Education New Zealand Conference, 1-3 October 2019 → Albany Senior High School, Albany, NZ.

URL: https://tenz.org.nz/2019-conference/#info.

Kurt's team's PhD Research project site is here:

http://technacy.org

Technacy Posters created by a teacher

Kurt also extends an invitation to all listeners to submit, participate,  and present via webinar and recorded presentation tp the Dattarc.org conference:

Transcript.doc
Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics by connecting with me on Twitter @hardy_alison or by emailing me.

If you listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, please take a moment to rate and/or review the show.

Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/alisonhardy)