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091 Applied Arts include Commercial Art Drafting Decorating Photography Design (including Clothing-Industrial Design) etc 092 English and Literature include Journalism 093 Fine Arts 094 Foreign Languages 095 Liberal Arts N E C 096 Performing Arts include Music General Theater and Radio and Television Arts 097 Philosophy 098

Moreover some public-school industrial arts teachers feel that technology has been handed down to them without an instruction booklet except for ivory-tower curriculum documentation So far this has succeeded in further clouding the issue of what public school teachers are supposed to teach (e g Hutton 1992 Nee 1993 ) MST may do the

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Technology Education AKA Industrial Arts

The definition of the term "industrial arts" evolved further with the publi-cation of Jackson's Mill Industrial Arts Curriculum Theory in 1981 As opposed to considering industrial arts "phases of general education " as Wilber had in 1948 and Maley had in 1973 the Jackson's Mill

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Jackson's Mill Industrial Arts Curriculum Theory A Base Discusses various elements which must be considered in the development of industrial arts curriculum society and culture human adaptive systems the universal systems model system processes the role of schooling and curriculum theory

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It is hoped that educators within technology education will appreciate the value of this rationale and begin to reorganize their curricula to focus on engineering I consider the publication of the Jackson Mill Industrial Arts Curriculum Theory document (Snyder and Hales 1981) as the starting point of the modern era of technology education

About Contemporary Art (Education at the Getty)

Note Words in bold below are defined in the glossary for this curriculum (see For the Classroom links) Strictly speaking the term contemporary art refers to art made and produced by artists living today Today's artists work in and respond to a global environment that is culturally diverse technologically advancing and multifaceted

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Discusses various elements which must be considered in the development of industrial arts curriculum society and culture human adaptive systems the universal systems model system processes the role of schooling and curriculum theory (CT)

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Comparing technology education in the U S and U K Authors Authors and affiliations Theodore Lewis Article 'Jackson's Mill Industrial Arts Curriculum Theory A Base for Curriculum Derivation' Man Society Technology 41(5) 6–10 Google Scholar

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