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Charlene Jordan

on 18 December 2011

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extended families
survival based on land
income is based on working
the land
very little mobility
horse and buggey
children schooled with
limited books; orally at home Industrial:

nuclear families
left home to find jobs in different towns
values in question
authoritarian; top down bureacracy
became more mobile through airplanes and cars
students used books, videos, film to learn
began seperating students into grade levels

families consisted of single parents, blended families, adults with no children, children of divorce
businesses started using team work and collaboration strategies
employees were able to work flex hours and tele communte
communicate expanded through cell phones, computers, offering instant communication
digital students using the internet (cc) image by jantik on Flickr Strand 1: Wave Theory
Strand 2: Technology Body Body Body Strand 3: Work Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Strand 4: Education
Stranded 5: Society
and Culture Body Body Body Strand 6: Communication Body Body Body (cc) image by jantik on Flickr 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 New Stone Age or the Neolithic is approximately when the Agricultural Revolution started (Henderson, 2010).

Industrial Wave ran from the late 18th to the early 20th century and brought with it mechanization as well as new production techniques such as the assembly line (Henderson, 2010). Industrial Wave 1700s 1920s Information Wave In the 1970s and early 1980s, computer technology became more affordable and began making its way up into our homes (Henderson, 2010). Agriculture Wave Evolution of Technology Timeline
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