Transfer in Technology Through a Concept-Context Approach
One of the challenges of technology education is to keep the content of the curriculum up to date. This challenge is particular for technology education, as technological developments tend to go increasingly faster. Of course, other disciplines develop as well, but the increase of new subject matter in, for instance, science education, is by no means as great as in technology education.
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