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The simulation of commercial design as an integrative strategy in National Curriculum Technology: some observations from literature and fieldwork
conference contributionposted on 2006-03-21, 13:19 authored by Howard G. Denton
The nature of simulation is discussed. Simulation is then related to National Curriculum Technology and a potential role is established for the use of simulation techniques: a. in the integration of the `subject` areas of Technology at appropriate times. b. in the delivery of economic aspects of Technology. c. in building moral, social and environmental awareness of technological impact. This is followed by some observations from the literature and a current programme of fieldwork. These include the role of the teacher within simulations; the role of the learner within simulation; the question of competition and its effects on learning; and transfer limitations both into and from simulation.
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CitationDENTION, H.G., 1991. The simulation of commercial design as an integrative strategy in National Curriculum Technology: some observations from literature and fieldwork. DATER Conference 1991, Loughborough: Loughborough University
Publisher© Loughborough University
NotesThis is a conference paper.