Technological development and teacher education curriculum in Spain

Antonio Bautista García-Vera

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The purpose of this article is to present questions and reflections to justify a proposal for technological contents to be included in a teacher education curriculum. Technological development is the central topic of subject matters, because technological development at any given time is really the memory of all the roads taken by technology through recent centuries up to the present. Specifically, three thematic points must be included: the economic-labour, political and cultural dimensions of the development of new computer products. These three groups of subject matters are historically justified because they have antecedents and because their inclusion in mandatory university courses responds, in part, to the need to compensate for the social and labour imbalance created with the expropriation of the artisan’s knowledge in past centuries.

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