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Warner, Scott A.; Shearer, Korbin L.; Heidt, Garreth; Shoemaker, Korbin – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2021
For as long as the profession of technology and engineering education (TEE) has existed (the addition of engineering to the professional title marks the official beginning of the profession, and that occurred in 2010), there has been a struggle. Arguably, this struggle's roots go back to the beginning of public education in the U.S. The struggle,…
Descriptors: Technology Education, Engineering Education, Technological Literacy, Educational Objectives
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Grannetino, Joshua – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2021
Creating a community rather than an institution is a goal that all educators should strive to meet. To do this, school districts try to unify their student bodies by bringing attention to an obstacle too many children face--bullying. In the Technology and Education (TE) classroom, topics involving bullying can be difficult to include in everyday…
Descriptors: Grade 8, Student Empowerment, Bullying, Middle School Students
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Wright, Geoffrey A.; Bartholomew, Scott R. – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2021
Despite the tragedies connected to the pandemic, tragedy has again presented an opportunity for technology and engineering teachers, students, and courses to shine--where we can demonstrate the value of adaptability and creativity in hands-on learning and technical content. Further, the COVID-19 pandemic coincided with the recently released…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Pandemics, COVID-19, STEM Education
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Preble, Brian C. – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2021
When individuals discuss the rapid spread and the ease in which the coronavirus (COVID 19) became a pandemic, they often overlook the role of technology. While the masses, politicians, health officials, and the media focus on social distancing and limiting human interaction, the truth remains that transportation technologies played a central role…
Descriptors: Transportation, COVID-19, Pandemics, Influence of Technology
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Salinger, Gerhard L.; Moye, Johnny J. – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2021
This is the nineteenth in a series of articles entitled "The Legacy Project." The Legacy Project focuses on the lives and actions of leaders who have forged the technology and engineering teaching profession into what it is today. Members of the profession owe a debt of gratitude to these leaders. One simple way to demonstrate that…
Descriptors: Program Descriptions, Technology Education, Engineering Education, Professional Recognition
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Townsend, Scott; Lamar, Scott; Walach, Michael; Hodge, Connie – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2020
As science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) educators in a teacher education program, it was discovered that students have commonly limited preconceptions about technology. Based on classroom experiences, when students are challenged to make a quick list regarding their ideas and examples of technology, they usually focus on…
Descriptors: Technology Education, History Instruction, STEM Education, Preservice Teacher Education
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Bartholomew, Scott R.; McGraw, Tim; Fauber, Daphne; Charlesworth, Jon; Weitlauf, John – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2020
Technological advances, artificial intelligence innovations, and widespread computing have all combined to necessitate a new generation of knowledge workers where data becomes a ubiquitous part of decision making (Sutton, 2006). Teaching today's students through the application of this "new" knowledge to long-established fields…
Descriptors: Sanitation, Water, Agriculture, High School Students
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Tomlinson, Joel; Johnson, Etahe; Chesser, Cole; Moore, Jonathan – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2020
The automated water filtration design challenge integrates computer programming and basic electronics concepts through the SIMILAR systems engineering design process. The SIMILAR systems design process is to state the problem, investigate alternatives, model the system, integrate the system, launch the system, assess performance, and reevaluate…
Descriptors: Automation, Water, Water Quality, Design
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Hughes, Andrew J.; Merrill, Chris – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2020
The focus of this article is to serve as an introduction to engineering principles in beam design using a lab activity. The concepts and skills learned in this article will lead students into concrete beam and form design and fabrication as well as the ability to precisely predict the amount of weight a concrete beam will hold during testing. An…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Construction (Process), Manufacturing, Design
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Hughes, Andrew J.; Merrill, Chris – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2020
Design is often accepted as a fundamental aspect of engineering (Dym, et al., 2005). The design process is frequently portrayed as a set of steps. However, the design process is more complex than just a set of steps in a relatively fixed process. The complex nature of design, design thinking, questioning, and decision making is exactly what…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, STEM Education, Design, Manufacturing
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Love, Tyler S.; Roy, Ken R.; Marino, Matthew T. – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2020
A strength of technology and engineering (T&E) education programs is that they provide a unique context for students with varying abilities to apply their knowledge and skills in nontraditional ways. These courses help prepare students with valuable skills needed for college and career readiness. Makerspaces, fab labs, and STEM labs often…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Laboratories, Teaching Methods, Laboratory Experiments
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Hoepfl, Marie – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2020
Marie Hoepl is a Professor and Associate Dean of Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. She responds to questions about her past experience as an industrial arts teacher to what recommendations she has to create a more inclusive classroom and working with underrepresented populations. She concludes how she wants to do more…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Deans, Administrator Attitudes, Industrial Arts
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Loveland, Thomas; Love, Tyler S.; Wilkerson, Trena; Simmons, Patricia – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2020
In 1981, twenty-one industrial arts educators convened at Jackson's Mill, WV to develop an agreed-upon rationale and direction for the future of industrial arts. However, the route to achieve this goal was not as clear, as they had to "live the challenge of inquiry, assimilation, compromise, and consensus" (Snyder & Hales, 1981, p.…
Descriptors: Industrial Arts, Curriculum, Standards, Educational History
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Hipple, Britton – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2020
Clean energy is a topic of increasing political and cultural significance in the age of climate change, and as such can be an interesting topic with which to engage students. One avenue to produce large quantities of power is through harnessing nuclear reactions; however, the social stigma and fear of expanding nuclear power have placed several…
Descriptors: Power Technology, Nuclear Energy, Chemistry, Secondary School Science
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Garlick, Jared; Wilson-Lopez, Amy – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2020
In light of linguistic diversity within many U.S. classrooms, it has become paramount that technology and engineering teachers provide accessible yet rigorous instruction that supports students' language development. One of the best ways to support emergent bilingual students is to provide rich and robust vocabulary instruction in English, while…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Bilingual Students, English Language Learners
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