Technology education curriculum issues in secondary schools: a comparative study between Britain and Kuwait
conference contributionposted on 2006-05-05, 16:29 authored by Omar Albannai
The aim of this research paper is to explore how Kuwaiti Technology Education within a National Curriculum can be improved. The paper describes research into differences between Technology Education in Britain and Kuwait. The research procedure has been to look at selected key points in the philosophy and practice of Technology Education and a number of experts have contributed ideas from both countries; their responses have been recorded and the answers have been analysed in terms of each context, culture and historical traditions of education. The main research method used was an open-ended questionnaire. The questionnaire was devised in consultation with colleagues and issued to selected professionals working in the area of Technology Education in Britain and Kuwait.
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CitationALBANNAI, 0., 1997. Technology education curriculum issues in secondary schools: a comparative study between Britain and Kuwait. IDATER 1997 Conference, Loughborough: Loughborough University
Publisher© Loughborough University
NotesThis is a conference paper.