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How has technology evolved? How does technology apply today?
The hardware used? The source of many problems today? The hope for a better life? The process of creating new tools and products to meet the needs of people
Thinking systematically Planned actions Creativity Innovation Inventions Adaption, exploration, and modification Meeting basic social needs
Stone Age – up to 3500 B.C. Bronze Age – B.C. Iron Age – B.C. Industrial Age – 1750 to late 1900s Information Age – Late 1900s to Present Day
1.Societal Need 2.Resources 3.Value What is your society? First World v. Third World Countries How have the changes in technology affected you?
Agricultural Communication and Information Construction Energy and Power Manufacturing Medical Transportation
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What is Technology? Technology is all around you. It has always been a part of your daily life. Yet could you define technology? Before I tell you what.
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SEVEN AREAS OF TECHNOLOGY. Seven Areas of Technology 1. Medical Technology 2. Energy and Power 3. Transportation 4. Construction 5. Agricultural and Biotechnology.
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ROSTOW’S MODEL OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. Also called the “modernization” model.
Preproduction: Engineering Design Can you design your own product?
Rostow’s development Theory. First Stage. The Traditional Society- This term defines a country that has not yet started a process of development. A traditional.
Technology – Is the processes and knowledge people use to extend human abilities and to satisfy human wants and needs.
Through the ages. Many years ago people weren't as intelligent and clever as today. We have been developing our world all the time and now we aren't just.
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The Six Strands of Technology History. Strand 1: Toffler’s Four Waves Agricultural Age Industrial Age Information Age Communication Age.
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