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View Resource Industrial Technology Core (IT Core) Guide

This resource, created by the South Carolina Advanced Technological Education (SC ATE) National Resource Center, introduces students to core projects of industrial technology. The lesson involves five different activities, the topics include: an introduction to technology careers, basic hand tools, mechanical advantage, basic electricity and hydraulic systems. A suggested equipment list,...

View Resource Students Attitudes Toward Technology in Selected Technology Education Programs

The paradigms for teaching technology education are changing. Technology education teachers and curriculum experts recommend a variety of differing instructional approaches such as self-paced modules, interdisciplinary methodology, and problem solving to inform students about technology and its affects on society. These instructional approaches all have their advantages and disadvantages....

View Resource Educating the Net Generation

The Net Generation has grown up with information technology. The aptitudes, attitudes, expectations, and learning styles of Net Gen students reflect the environment in which they were raised; one that is decidedly different from that which existed when faculty and administrators were growing up.

View Resource Recruitment Tips: Slides

These are the slides for the webinar that was recorded 2/13/09. This presentation is a significantly refined repeat of a NetWorks webinar given in February of 2008 that was titled "Ten-Recruiting Tips - Thinking Outside the Box." While Technical Programs can use these tips, many of the tips will work for all different types of programs. Terry Bartelt, an instructor and former chair of the...

View Resource Upgrading Technology Towards the Status of a High School Matriculation Subject: A Case Study

Technological education in high schools is undergoing reform in relation to its status, goals and teaching/learning strategies. This trend is an important part of the worldwide general reform process aiming to make school education more meaningful, intellectual and creative. Real world problems, interdisciplinary approaches, project oriented learning, team cooperation and authentic assessment...

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