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STEM110wk1notes.pdf stem 110

Tonya Williams
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Technology and Your World
Farid Safarmamad, M.S.Ed.

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Detailed notes from the first week of STEM 110 with diagrams.
Technology and Your World
Farid Safarmamad, M.S.Ed.
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Tonya Williams on Saturday August 29, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to stem 110 at Old Dominion University taught by Farid Safarmamad, M.S.Ed. in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 20 views. For similar materials see Technology and Your World in Occupational Studies at Old Dominion University.


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Date Created: 08/29/15
STEM 110 Science Technology and Society Chapter 1 826 Technological Literacy Knowledge of technical amp scientific terminology Awareness of impacts on society good amp bad 0 Confidence amp skill in use of technology 0 Control over equipment 0 Insight into potential future states of specific technology in order to project social impacts Knowledge Triad scientific technological sociocultural Definition of technology pg13 The cumulative sum of human means developed in response to society s needsdesires to systematically solve problems STEM 110 Social Response to Technological Change Breakthroughs amp Risks Chapter 11 828 Downside of Technology 0 Information overload Durational expectancy Busyness syndrome The Stability of Traditional Social Institutions Chapter 12 828 I i quot l r l 39 l 39vjLnT F 1 7 My Inem orar oc1a i l m l ll ll l l g A k visa egg y Saba gt1 VJ LJQKVJ4LQ D Institutes clubs bars 0 church 0 research labs 0 school 0 social media 0 family 0 sports teams 0 government The Family Technology and Personal Relationships Modern childhood kids have more access to technology ie television tablets cellphones the internet Children are growing up faster and are less sheltered Women s roles more opportunities for women in the workplace and in education However some roles still remain the same


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