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2 ◦ Diana Argueta ◦ Yazmin Reynaga ◦ Janika Gonzales ◦ Kiet Ho ◦ Arpita Patel ◦ Arlene Arellano

3  Redefining technology  Redefining Significance  What is technology  Relation of Science to Technology  Eras of Human History  Ancient Technologies  Values of Technology and How it Effect Every Day Life

4  Technology is more than electronic gadgets.  Before the 1970’s it was believed that technology was influenced my males without female influences. Diana Argueta

5  Technology : the practical application of knowledge especially in a particular area ◦ Farming methods ◦ Medical procedures  Women have also greatly influenced technology. ◦ Mary Anderson ◦ Bette Nesmith Graham Diana Argueta

6  According to Autumn Stanley there are 4 ways to show the importance of women’s influence in technology 1.) showing the foundational nature of many of women’s major early inventions and innovations. 2.) “renaming” and or/ reclassifying certain of women’s inventions both to show their proper ontological place in technology, and to revalue them in the interim until the new view of significance can take hold 3.) documenting women’s achievement in areas already defined as significant by males 4.)proposing a new and arguably more valid definition of significance that will include rather than exclude women’s work to date. Diana Argueta

7  Autumn Stanley also believes that significance can be defined by examining 1.) technological impact 2.) economic impact 3.) human impact  A significant invention will impact technology, the economy, and people around the world regardless of the inventors gender. Diana Argueta

8  The application of knowledge, tools, and processes to solve practical problems and extend human capabilities. Yazmin Reynaga


10 Technology is the application of knowledge. TECHNOLOGY is the use of knowledge to turn resources into the goods and services that society needs. Science is the accumulation of knowledge. SCIENCE is the study of WHY natural things happen the way they do. SCIENCE Techology Yazmin Reynaga

11 SCIENTISTS & TECHNOLOGISTS Separate But Equal! Scientists Biologists, chemists, and physicists are… Architects, engineers, product designers and technicians are… Technologists Yazmin Reynaga

12 SCIENTISTTECHNOLOGIST Use the materials in the earth to make useful objects. Study how the earth was formed and what it is made from. Yazmin Reynaga

13 SCIENTISTTECHNOLOGIST Build and launch space shuttles and satellites. Make artificial hearts and limbs. Use codes to develop new medicines and vaccines. Study the relationship between the earth, planets, and the stars. Discover the way the human body works. Discover genetic codes that determine the nature of life. Yazmin Reynaga

14 WHY?

15 HOW?

16 Science and technology are interdependent to one another but there is a distinction between them Janika Gonzales

17  Science ◦ Goals: to search for knowledge and understanding for its own sake  Discovery  Drawing correct conclusions based on good theories and accurate data  Using logical skills  Technology ◦ Goals: to create artifacts and systems to meet people’s needs  Production and invention  Enhancing interpersonal and communication skills  Making good decisions based on incomplete data and approximate models Janika Gonzales

18 Science Applied Science Technology Janika Gonzales

19 Janika Gonzales

20 known as prehistoric occurred 600,000 or 700,000 years ago. These are the first people used stone for tool. Kiet Ho

21 bronze age began 5,500 years ago period of time in prehistory used advanced metal making created more durable tools and weapons used copper and tin from ores Kiet Ho

22 beginning approximately 1,200 BC farming allowing them to live better in their villages Kiet Ho

23 18th to the 19th century changes tremendously in mining, transport and manufacturing Kiet Ho

24 Technology will help us advance and grow overuse the technology

25  The purpose for the technologies has changed with time.  Culture has a significant impact upon technology. Arpita Patel

26 Arlene Arellano

27  Computer  Electric Chair Arlene Arellano

28 How Does Technology Affect in Everyday’s Life? Arlene Arellano

29  Personal (example: watches)  Home (example: telephone)  Work (example: computer)  Leisure(fun, entertainment) (example: card games  Control (example: handcuffs)  Health (example: medicine)  School (example: blackboard) Arlene Arellano

30 Ancient Technologies. (Movie) "Bette Nesmith Graham: Liquid Paper Inventor." Famous Women Inventors N.p., n.d. Web. 9 Jan. 2010.. Bilton, John. “What is Technology?” Technological Questions and Issues. Stanley, Autumn. Mothers and Daughters of Invention. 1993. N.p.: The Scarecrow Press, 1995. xxxi-xxxiv. Print. Everyday Life.” Making the Modern World. 2004.. Fischer, Robert. Science, Man & Society. Philadelphia: W.B. Sanders Company, 1975. 5-7. Print. “Mary Anderson: Inventor of Windshield Wipers." Famous Women Inventors N.p., n.d. Web. 9 Jan. 2010... Nezhad, Hameed G. "Definitions of Training Topics." Technology Marketing Survey. 2007. Web. 10 Jan 2010.. White, Blake L. The Technology Assessment Process: A Strategic Framework for Managing Technical Innovation “The Structure of Paradigm Change in Science and Technology”. Oakland, CA : Quorum Books, 2002. Print.

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