An (Articulated K-12) Curriculum to Reflect Technology
Sanders, Mark E.
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Precisely fifty years since Warner (1947) presented “A Curriculum to Reflect Technology,” and with phase two of the Technology for All Americans Project now underway, we enter the most critical phase in the history of our profession. Our work over the next decade will either thrust us into the mainstream of the technology in education movement—or, it won’t. The struggle for recognition of technology as legitimate subject matter in our schools is now behind us. Even the staunchest luddites recognize that “technology” isn’t some passing fad. Technology educators are no longer alone in the call for technology in the curriculum. Every parent wants his and her child reap the benefits of technology in education. The only questions remaining have to do with the what, who, and how “technology” will be infused across the curriculum.