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Editors:Thomas Ginner, Jonas Hallström, Magnus Hultén
Conference:PATT 26 Conference, Technology Education in the 21st Century, Stockholm, Sweden, 26-30 June, 2012
Publication type: Conference proceedings
Issue:073
Language:English
Introduction:The PATT26 Conference in Stockholm, 26-30 June 2012, is part of a two-conference arrangement organized by the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm and The Centre for School Technology Education (CETIS), Linköpings universitet - and under the common heading Technology Education in the 21st Century.

The PATT conference will as usual focus on school technology education and teacher education. The target group for the other conference, organized by KTH, is teachers and others involved in engineering education primarily within KTH. Even if the main part of that conference will be in Swedish our ambition is to arrange common seminars and social events. You will find important information about the PATT26 conference under the links to the left.

Welcome to Stockholm in June!

Dr Thomas Ginner
Ass prof Jonas Hallström
The Centre for School Technology Education, CETIS, Linköpings universitet

Dr Magnus Hultén
The Royal Institute of Technology, KTH, Stockholm

This Conference Proceeding is also available in DiVA Publication System.

Contents


073:001
Colette Andreucci, M. Chatoney
Artifacts for all and for each, boys and girls in technology schoolbooks: some precaution for the 21st century
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073:002
Jan Ardies, Sven De Maeyer, Hanno van Keulen
Reconstructing the Pupils Attitude Towards Technology-Survey
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073:003
Martin Perrine, Hélène Cheneval-Armand
Prevention activity, design activity: to the emergence of creative design in the prevention of risks
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073:004
Stephanie Atkinson, Angela Sandwith
A Passion for Designing
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073:005
Penny Bailey
To what Extent does the Pedagogy adopted by Trainee Teachers affect Children’s Creativity in Primary Design and Technology Activities?
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073:006
David Barlex
Engaging design & technology trainee teachers with the nature of technology – a case study
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073:007
David Barlex, Martin Stevens
Making by printing – disruption inside and outside school?
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073:008
Dawne Bell
Perceptions of STEM, within the context of teaching D&T in secondary schools: A phenomenographically inspired study
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073:009
Clare Benson
The development of quality design and technology in English primary schools: issues and solutions
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073:010
Veronica Bjurulf
Hands-on material in technology education: the first cycle of a learning study
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073:011
Eva Björkholm
Exploring the capability of evaluating technical solutions: A collaborative study focusing on teaching and learning in the primary technology classroom
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073:012
Berit Bungum, Bjørn-Tore Esjeholm, Dag Atle Lysne
Technology & design as contexts for science and mathematics? An empirical study of the realisation of curriculum intentions in Norwegian schools
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073:013
Amanda Roberts, Diana Cantu
Applying STEM Instructional Strategies to Design and Technology Curriculum
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073:014
Donal Canty, Niall Seery, Pat Phelan
Democratic Consensus on Student Defined Assessment Criteria as a Catalyst for Learning in Technology Teacher Education
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073:015
Vicki Compton, Ange Compton, Moira Patterson
Reading Technological Artifacts: Does technology education help?
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073:016
Osnat Dagan, Asi Kuperman, David Mioduser
Technological thinking in the kindergarten – training the teaching-team
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073:017
Thomas Delahunty, Niall Seery, Raymond Lynch
The growing necessity for graphical competency
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073:018
Christine Edwards-Leis
Challenging learning journeys in the classroom: Using mental model theory to inform how pupils think when they are generating solutions
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073:019
Helene Elvstrand, Kristina Hellberg, Jonas Hallström
Technology and Gender in Early Childhood Education: How Girls and Boys Explore and Learn Technology in Free Play in Swedish Preschools
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073:020
Bjørn-Tore Esjeholm
The relation between students’ creativity and technological knowledge in crosscurricular technology and design projects
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073:021
Wendy Fox-Turnbull
Funds of Knowledge in Technology Education
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073:022
Michael Gaotlhobogwe
The Role Of Indigenous Knowledge Systems In Addressing The Problem Of Declining Enrolments In Design And Technology
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073:023
Jacques Ginestié
What can we hope of a technology education, which breaks off design to espouse science, mathematics and engineering?
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073:024
Alison Hardy, Jamie Tinney, Sarah Davies
Using e-portfolios to support trainee Design and Technology teachers in developing their subject knowledge
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073:025
Eva Hartell, Joakim Svärdh
Unboxing technology education part I – Starting point
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073:026
Gill Hope
Transformation by Design
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073:027
Åke Ingerman, Maria Svensson, Anders Berglund, Shirley Booth, Jonas Emanuelsson
Technological systems across contexts: Designing and exploring learning possibilities in Swedish compulsory echnology education
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073:028
Steve Keirl
Technology Education as ‘controversy celebrated’ in the cause of democratic education
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073:029
Nina Kilbrink
Theory and Practice in Technical Vocational Education: Pupils’, Teachers’ and Supervisors’ Experiences
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073:030
Marja-Ilona Koski, Marc de Vries
Primary pupils’ thoughts about systems. An exploratory study
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073:031
Tony Lawler, Alix McTaminey, Stephen de Brett, Annabel Lord
Design Mentoring and Designerly Attitudes
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073:032
Suzanne Lawson
Investigating pupils’ perceptions of their experience of food technology in the English secondary curriculum
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073:033
Keelin Leahy
Are we educating to promote students’ creative capacities?: A study in Technology Education in Ireland
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073:034
Joël Lebeaume, William-Gabriel Perez
How do the Interactive White Board and the Radio Frequency Identification and tracking system work? Exploration of pupils’ spontaneous knowledge and didactical proposals for Technology Education
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073:035
Tomé Awshar Mapotse, Mishack Thiza Gumbo
Action Research study with Technology teachers in Limpopo Province of South Africa: an Emancipation recipe for Technology teachers
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073:036
Mike Martin
Values in design and technology education: Past, present and future
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073:037
Ruth Mateus-Berr, Wilfried Grossmann
Applied Design Thinking LAB Vienna: INTERACCT. Interdisciplinary Technology Education in the 21st Century
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073:038
Toshiki Matsuda, Shota Hirabayashi, Kazue Tamada
Design Principles of Instructional Materials for Cultivating Attitude and Ability to Utilize ICT while Considering Ethical Issues and Safety
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073:039
Matt McLain
The importance of technological activity and designing and making activity, a historical perspective
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073:040
Howard Middleton
Examining thinking in primary-level Design and Technology learning activities
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073:041
Louise Milne, Michael Forret
Parents as teachers: Using parent helpers to guide young children’s technological practice
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073:042
Ayako Mio, Toshiki Matsuda
Cultivating Problem-solving Ability by Utilizing Scientific Views and Ways of Thinking: Introducing Science Communication into Earthquake Disasters Game
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073:043
Christophe Moineau, Perrine Martin
Design teaching and industrial enterprises: a relevant relationship? An exploratory study of two didactic situations of design
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073:044
Gwyneth Owen-Jackson, Melanie Fasciato
Learning to teach design and technology in university or in school: is emerging teacher identity shaped by where you study?
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073:045
Moira Patterson, Jude Black, Vicki Compton, Ange Compton
Aspiring to be the Best: The impact of research on the teaching of technology
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073:046
Margarita Pavlova
Perception of Sustainable development and Education for Sustainable Development by African technology education academics
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073:047
John M. Ritz
Issues Confronting Technology Education: An International Perspective
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073:048
Marion Rutland, Gwyneth Owen-Jackson
Current classroom practice in the teaching of food technology: is it fit for purpose in the 21st Century?
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073:049
Paul Snape
Twenty-first century learning in the senior secondary school: a New Zealand teacher’s innovation
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073:050
Kay Stables
Designerly well-being: Can mainstream schooling offer a curriculum that provides a foundation for developing the lifelong design and technological capability of individuals and societies?
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073:051
Greg Strimel
Engineering by Design™: Preparing Students For the 21st Century
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073:052
Perrine Martin, Éric Tortochot
Learning to teach the design in technology education
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073:053
Gerald van Dijk, Maaike Hajer
Exploring the language of technology with student-teachers through genre pedagogy
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073:054
Tuomo Leponiemi, Sonja Virtanen, Aki Rasinen
Design and assessment in technology education – case: the “Birdhouse Band” project
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073:055
P John Williams, John Lockley
An Analysis of PCK to elaborate the difference between Scientific and Technological Knowledge
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073:056
P John Williams, Mishack Gumbo
Discovering Technology teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge: A comparative study between South Africa and New Zealand
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073:057
Deborah Winn, Frank Banks
CAD and Creativity – A New Pedagogy
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Year:2012
No. of pages:495
ISBN (print):978-91-7519-849-1
Series:Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings
ISSN (print):1650-3686
ISSN (online):1650-3740
File:http://www.ep.liu.se/ecp/073/ecp12073.pdf
Available:2012-06-18
Publisher:Linköping University Electronic Press, Linköpings universitet

REFERENCE TO THIS PAGE
Thomas Ginner, Jonas Hallström, Magnus Hultén (2012). PATT 26 Conference, Technology Education in the 21st Century, Stockholm, Sweden, 26-30 June, 2012 http://www.ep.liu.se/ecp_home/index.en.aspx?issue=073 (4/19/2014)