More than ever, children will grow up in a world where technology is
tied to every political, social, and economic decision they make. Yet
they are not being prepared for it. Schools today teach children how to
operate technology, but they donít teach what all technology has in
common, how technology changes, or how to evaluate it.
places technology in the context of history,
science, math, and language arts. It instills in children the critical thinking skills necessary to understand past, present, and
future technology, and to influence how that technology will affect their world.
Santa Cruz, Berkeley, Sacramento, and San Jose have used our classroom curriculum, which can be
downloaded from this site.
The Krause Center for Innovation
has hosted our technological literacy workshop for teachers.
Our curriculum is now in a
wiki, so our
community can share new activities, hook stories, reflection questions, or
even concepts. Visit the
at PBWiki and
ask us to be authorized to modify it. Share your ideas so everyone