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Design and technology for children / Marilyn Fleer and Beverley Jane
Bib ID 7508048
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, still image, online resource]
Author
Fleer, Marilyn, author
 
Online Access
Edition Third edition. 
Access Conditions National edeposit: Available onsite at national, state and territory libraries. 
Description Frenchs Forest NSW : Pearson Australia, 2011 
©2014 
1 online resource (xvii, 228 pages) : illustrations 
ISBN 9781486023226 (PDF)
Technical Details

text file : PDF : 8MB 

Summary

Design and technology education is now an established field of study in primary schools and in many early childhood centres. Authors Marilyn Fleer and Beverley Jane offer the definitive text on this curriculum area. Design and Technology for Children 3e is a comprehensive and innovative account of teaching and research in design and technology education. It gives pre-service and in-service teachers opportunities to reflect upon and further develop their understanding of technology and technological knowledge, and to consider several different approaches in a practical and interactive way. The third edition has been written to reflect current research and practice in design and technology education for Australian children and pre-service teachers.

Notes

includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Technology -- Study and teaching (Primary)  |  Non-classifiable  |  Education  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Jane, Beverley, author
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