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    Technology is Related to Science?

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    مُساهمة من طرف Samer Al Sayegh في الأربعاء يناير 14, 2009 2:50 am

    Technology is Related to Science?


    Bigelow’s phrase “the practical applications of science” points to the root of much of the current confusion as to the meaning of technology. In using this phrase to describe technology he effectively placed technology beneath the umbrella of science to such an extent that science and technology are now, as Rose described, seen by many as an “indivisible pair” with technology as the subservient and dependant partner. Thus, for much of the time the pair are wrapped together into a single conceptual package known simply as “science”. This point is emphasised when surfing the Internet for technology-related teaching resources. A plethora of lesson plans exist at sites dedicated to science education. The problem is, though, that many of these lessons should properly be termed “technology” but are all too often referred to as “applied science”.

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    One source of confusion is the undoubted relationship that exists between science and technology. Sparkes illustrated this relationship (fig 1) and pointed out that even though science and technology overlap in an area which might be referred to as “applied science”, there are a number of important differences between the two (table 1), even though these differences might not be self-evident to an average member of the general public who, through neglect and through repeated use of the phrase “science and technology” has lost the distinction between “science” and between “technology”. The two cannot be told apart. Which is hardly surprising given that, as Mayr put it:
    . . . practical usable criteria for making sharp neat distinctions between science and technology do not exist.

    TECHNOLOGY
    Goal: the creation of artfacts and systems to meet people's needs
    Key Technological Processes
    SCIENCE
    Goal: the pursuit of knowledge and understanding for its own sake
    Correseponding Scientific Processes
    Design, invention, production Discovery (controlled by experimentation)
    Analysis and synthesis of design Analysis, generalization and creation of theories
    Holism, involving the integration of many competing demands, theories, data and ideas Reductionism, involving the isolation and definition of distinct concepts
    Activities always value-laden Making virtually value-free statements
    The search for and theorizing about new processes (e.g. control; information) The search for and theorizing about cause (e.g. gravity; electromagnetism)
    Pursuit of sufficient accuracy in modelling to achieve success Pursuit of accuracy in modelling
    Taking good decisions based on incomplete data and approximate models Drawing correct conclusions based on good theories and accurate data
    Design, construction, testing, planning, quality assurance, problem solving, decision making, interpersonal and communication skills Experimental and logical skills
    Trying to ensure, by subsequent action, that even poor decisions turn out to be successful Using predictions that turn out to be incorrect to falsify or improve the theories or data on which they were based
    table 1



    Further emphasising that the area of overlap between science and technology is very much a grey one when it comes to providing it with a succinct and accurate title, Barnett pointed out that:
    To identify technology as applied science is at best a half-truth
    Equally, Black and Harrison made a useful distinction between:
    . . . ‘contrivance’ technology exemplified by many gifted engineers in the last century who worked with no formal scientific understanding of their problems, and ‘applied science’ technology in which one increasingly needs to grasp the conceptual science even to understand the problem, let alone explore solutions "
    They then went on to state that this distinction was wholly black and white:
    “Neither is sufficient on its own; some problems require more of one approach, some more of the other.”

    References:

    • Hilary and Stephen Rose - “Science and Society” (1969) - Penguin
    • Sparkes, J - “Some Differences Between Science and Technology” in McCormack, Newey and Sparkes (eds) (1992) “Technology for Technology Education”
    • Mayr, O - “The Science-Technology Relationship as a Historiographics Problem” (1976) - “Technology and Culture 17”
    • Barnett, M - “A Coherent Policy for Science and Technology - Some Difficulties Examined”
    • Black, P and Harrison G - “In Place of Confusion: technology and Science in the School Curriculum” (1985)

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    مُساهمة من طرف Guest في الجمعة يناير 16, 2009 2:48 am

    Thanks teacher Samer for this valuable topic, by the way I think that Science developed technology and now technology is developing science ....

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    مُساهمة من طرف lmesbahuddin في السبت مارس 07, 2009 8:32 am

    Technology has grown so much. Such as usually if I want to order a pizza i call and order it. Now i go on the computer put my address, it finds the closest pizza place and delivers it to me.
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    مُساهمة من طرف Samer Al Sayegh في السبت مارس 07, 2009 6:53 pm

    Yes you are right lmesbahuddin . Technology is really invading our planet in a great way , So , we are expecting to see more powerful and advanced technologies in the near future .

    Thanks for your participation .
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    مُساهمة من طرف Guest في السبت مارس 07, 2009 7:05 pm

    but in this way you will not move a lot during day time (This one of the disadvantages of technology )

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    مُساهمة من طرف lmesbahuddin في الأحد مارس 08, 2009 1:14 pm

    yes that is true, and people are getting lazier too

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    مُساهمة من طرف Guest في الأحد مارس 15, 2009 4:51 pm

    But from your posts it seems that you are active.

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