Stephen Petrina's Advanced Teaching Methods for the Technology Classroom PDF

By Stephen Petrina

As a result of nature in their topic, know-how academics have stumbled on how one can make studying lively and fascinating, usually via new actions and tasks that experience real-world relevance. As know-how fields develop, the luck of expertise lecturers is tied in with innovation instead of the accomplishments of the earlier.

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Database Management A. Integration with CAD B. ) V. 3D modeling A. Wireframes B. Extrusions C. Surfaces/meshes D. Solids VI. Design and analysis I. Product and Service Life Cycles A. Designing, engineering, and planning 1. Data management 2. CAD and DTP 3. Parts acquisition 4. Concurrent engineering design B. Developing and testing C. Producing D. Reintegrating, reconceptualising, recycling E. Constructive technology assessment II. Economy, workforce, and workplace A. Workplaces (Structure, tasks, culture) B.

Use multiple teaching aids Copyright © 2007, Idea Group Inc. Copying or distributing in print or electronic forms without written permission of Idea Group Inc. is prohibited.  Petrna Table 2. Examples of sequences for integration Sequence #1 Sequence #2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Introduction/Review Application Implications Explanation (Relevance) Relations (Content) Conclusion Introduction/Review Application Explanation (Relevance) Relations (Content) Implications Conclusion and multimedia.

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