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View Resource A Template for ATE Modules with Industry-based Problem Scenarios

This document outlines the process of developing a new module for use in the South Carolina Advanced Technological Education core curriculum. Modules may be created with the goal of offering new and different scenarios for core classes, provide attention to areas of curriculum which need development, or adapt ATE materials for other technical programs.

View Resource SC ATE Technology Gateway

The South Carolina Advanced Technological Education National Resource Center's technology gateway makes information available for core technology coursework. The site includes documents such as course descriptions, an instructor guide and student handouts. Technology courses include topics such as engineering technology, mathematics and communications foundations, and integrated technology,...

View Resource Use of the SC ATE Technology Gateway Curriculum for Dropout Prevention

This paper looks at White County High School as an example of how schools may use the SC ATE technology gateway curriculum for dropout prevention. The author illustrates how implementation of ATE curriculum in high schools may help to reduce the dropout rate. The document may be downloaded in PDF format.

View Resource SC ATE Curriculum

The South Carolina Advanced Technological Education National Resource Center's curriculum lists short descriptions for each of its courses. These begin with technology gateway courses such as Engineering Technology Foundations, Mathematics Foundations, and Communications Foundations. Further courses in engineering technology include Integrated Technology I, Integrated Physics I, Integrated...

View Resource Recruitment & Retention of Engineering Technology Students

This monograph from the South Carolina Advanced Technological Education National Resource Center discusses the ways in which this center has worked to increase the quantity, quality and diversity of engineering technology graduates through the state's sixteen technical colleges. The center is working to achieve this mission through programs of faculty development, curriculum reform, and program...

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