Proceedings of the First AAAS Technology Education Research Conference

Contributors' Papers

Towards a Research Agenda
Andrew Ahlgren
Project 2061/AAAS

Reflections on the AAAS Technology Education Research Conference
Gary Benenson
City College of New York

Themes in Technology Education Research
Dorothy T. Bennett
Education Development Center, Inc./Center for Children and Technology
New York, NY

Cognitive Science: Implications for Technology Education
David Crismond
Georgia Institute of Technology

Developing a Research Agenda for Technology Education
W. Tad Foster
Indiana State University

What Changes of Direction Are Necessary in Technology Education Research?
Pat Hutchinson
The College of New Jersey

The Design Experiment as a Research Methodology for Technology Education
Janet Kolodner
Georgia Institute of Technology

Some Thoughts on Research Methodology in Technology Education
James E. LaPorte
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Research Topics in Technology Education
Franzie L. Loepp
Illinois State University

Theoretical and Empirical Issues of Technology Education Research
Robert McCormick
The Open University, UK

Technology Education Research Conference: Reflections
Pam B. Newberry
International Technology Education Association

Priority Research Needs in Technology Education: Thoughts on the AAAS Conference
Senta A. Raizen
The National Center for Improving Science Education

Looking Back, Looking Forward: Reflections on the Technology Education Research Conference
Patricia M. Rowell
University of Alberta

Cultivating Research in Technology Education
Mark Sanders
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Technology Education Research: Focusing on the Learner
Brigitte G. Valesey
International Technology Education Association

Journeys and Destinations in Technology Education: Implications for Research
Kenneth Welty
University of Wisconsin-Stout

Thoughts on Technology Education Research
Karen F. Zuga
The Ohio State University

View the list of contributors' papers from the second TERC.