• International Technology and Engineering Educators Association
  • International Technology and Engineering Educators Association
  • International Technology and Engineering Educators Association
  • International Technology and Engineering Educators Association
  • International Technology and Engineering Educators Association
  • International Technology and Engineering Educators Association
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Kyle M Love Middle/Junior High Teacher
After earning a BS in Engineering/Technology Education at Purdue University in 2011, Kyle Love taught Engineering/Technology Education for the Jay School Corporation in Portland, Indiana.  Kyle has been a participant, mentor and organizer of many different robotic competitions.  He has experience in FIRST Robotics, BEST Robotics and VEX Robotics programs.  Throughout the school year, he can be found volunteering and running VEX Robotics Competition tournaments across the state of Indiana and the country.  Through this initiative he has sparked interest in STEM fields for students and teachers alike.  In the classroom, Kyle pushes his students to be innovative and to come up with creative solutions to complex problems.  The curriculum is based around Project Based Learning and has the students complete and repeat the Engineering Design Process. Throughout the summer months, Kyle works with VisualEdge, Inc., a company who trains teachers in the fields of STEM and robotics technology in classrooms.  He travels the state of Indiana, Alabama, Ohio, New Mexico and various other states to help train teachers on how to implement robotics in their day –to-day classroom.  He specializes in training teachers about technical issues with equipment, programming and how to successfully run a tournament.  These trained teachers then return to their classrooms and use the knowledge gained to inspire students in the fields of STEM. Through his commitment to robotics and STEM education, Mr. Love has inspired a new generation of roboticists and forward thinkers.  Many of his students have gone on to pursue college degrees ranging from STEM fields, law and all the way to studying classical literature.  Along the way, many of his robotics teams have found success in the competitions and in the classroom. 
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Charles F. Patton Middle School PA Kennett Square

The Technology Education program at Charles Patton Middle School is a rich and diverse program that teaches all students (6th through 8th grade) about the importance of technology, problem solving, and the societal impacts of this field. When students enter this program they are filled with excitement and are eager to use our 3D printer, NXT Robots, CNC router, CNC engraver and more. They exit with a firm understanding of what Technology & Engineering Education is, having covered a great majority of not only the Standards for Technological Literacy but also the Pennsylvania Science and Technology and Engineering Education Standards, Pennsylvania common Core Standards -Reading in Science and Technical Subjects, Pennsylvania Common Core Standards - Writing in Science and Technical Subjects, Pennsylvania Common Core Standards - Mathematics, and The Next Generation Science Standards. This is an award winning program that we are extremely proud of and we hope after visiting our webpage (https://sites.google.com/a/ucfsd.net/technology-education2/), you’ll feel the same way too. 

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    The National Academy of Engineering has launched LinkEngineering, a new website to support implementation of preK–12 engineering education in the United States.

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    TEAMS is a one-day competition for middle and high school students that allows them to apply their knowledge of STEM skills to issues facing our global society.