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View Resource Materials Science and Technology Teacher's Handbook: Standards, Learning Goals, and Assessment

This chapter from the Materials Science and Technology Teacher's Handbook provides information on the development of national education standards for mathematics and science as well as materials science and technology specifically. Topics include the School to Work Opportunities Act, an MST course content outline, integrating MST into existing classes, and assessment techniques. Drawings and...

View Resource Vox: Common Core math, explained in 3 minutes

The Scout Report doesn't usually review three-minute videos, but this one from Vox is worth it. First, because the video itself explains in sharp detail the seemingly incomprehensible pedagogy behind the "new math" that the Common Core utilizes to help students draw logical conclusions about the underlying principles of mathematics. And second, because the accompanying article, with its yellow...

View Resource NOVA Online: Education

The Scout Report hasn't wandered over to the NOVA Online Education site for a number of years, and it has expanded greatly as of late. Visitors to the site will immediately notice the "Watch, Interact, Explore" section, which allows interested parties to access short video clips and interactive features culled from NOVA program webpages. The materials here are all tied to state educational...

View Resource Technology Education Standards Implementation in Florida

The purpose of this study is to examine the relationships between school district and technology education district-level supervisor variables and the technology education teachers' perceived levels of classroom implementation of the Standards for Technological Literacy in their respective districts. Target Audience: High School Faculty/Administrators

View Resource Guidelines for the Certification and Credentialling of Skill Attainment

This PDF contains the Texas Skill Standards Board policies, guidance, and resources on skill standards usage in Texas for curriculum development. It mainly focuses on the assessment and that certification of workforce skills. Although this 17 page guide is focused on Texas it has applicability to all certification and credentialing issues in a broad sense.

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