Technacy: Towards a holistic understanding of technology teaching and learning among Aboriginal Australians
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Manager of Research and Development at the Centre for Appropriate Technology in Alice Springs. He is one of the founders and the principal developer of technacy education and the Aboriginal Technical Worker (ATWORK) Programme. At present he is a doctoral candidate in the School of Architecture at the University of New South Wales. He has worked in appropriate technology and education projects in the South Pacific and Aboriginal Australia since 1983.
Manager of Education and Training at the Centre for Appropriate Technology in Alice Springs. He is the founding deliverer and teacher of technacy education in the Aboriginal Technical Worker (ATWORK) programme. He has spent most of his life studying and working with different cultural groups and has developed a deep interest in technical education for Aboriginal Australians. He has completed a masters degree in education at Deakin University.
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- Technacy: Towards a holistic understanding of technology teaching and learning among Aboriginal Australians
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