In this chapter I will attempt to challenge conventional thinking in terms of the communicative processes involved in thinking about technology and science education. By communicative processes, I mean the way in which issues about technology and science are communicated in education settings as well as in the media as being ‘pre-determined facts’. That is not to say that facts communicated in educational settings or via the media are not necessarily ‘true’ at the time. They may well appear true at the time but they will all inevitably change over time depending on many variabilities not yet though about.
|Title of host publication||Science and Technology Education and Communication|
|Subtitle of host publication||Seeking Synergy|
|Editors||Maarten van der Sanden, Marc de Vries|
|Place of Publication||Rotterdam|
|Number of pages||18|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|