The Master of Arts in Career and Technical Education (CTE), offered by the Department of Technology, is 100 percent online.
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.
The National Academy of Engineering has launched LinkEngineering, a new website to support implementation of preK–12 engineering education in the United States.
ITEEA represents more than 35,000 K-12 technology and engineering educators throughout the U.S. and internationally. This includes classroom teachers, developers, administrators, and university personnel in the field representing all levels of education. ITEEA corporate members are comprised of leading technology and engineering companies.
Interaction is an important component of helping to advance the field of technology and engineering education. Below are a number of networking opportunities created for you by ITEEA.
Our members are both individuals and groups - who are committed to providing the best integrative STEM education resources TODAY to tomorrow's future innovators.
Mrs. Hobbie has been teaching art for 22 years. Mrs. Hobbie’s classroom is a Technology & Engineering rich environment. As An Art Teacher she was naturally drawn to the Engineering & Design process, yet she also takes every opportunity to assist her students to discover the technology involved in the tools and processes used in her area of specialty. Mrs. Hobbie reinforces her belief that “there is an importance for children to understand the problem solving process. Through technology, Children’s Engineering and through art, people find innovation.” Mrs. Hobbie is a graduate of Longwood University (1991) with a BA in Graphic Design and BFA in Art Education. She is also a Clinical Faculty Member of VCU and works closely with VCU to train future teachers. Mrs. Hobbie’s art students have been in several shows in the state of Virginia and one of her students won a national paper engineering contest. Mrs. Hobbie offers a variety of experiences using the Children’s Engineering Design Loop. Through the years, her encouragement has help children develop problem solving skills and to become risk takers willing to try new approaches to problems. Mrs. Hobbie has also trained fellow teachers in her school, in Chesterfield County In- Service, Virginia Art Education Association Conferences, Virginia Children’s Engineering Conferences, and ITEEA Conferences(since 2010). In the future, Mrs. Hobbie looks forward to continuing and encouraging others to incorporate Technology and Engineering into their curriculum.
The Masuk High School Technology Education Department is a mission driven department. United by our commitment to challenge students through high expectations, rigorous curricula, and access to a wide variety of learning opportunities, we empower our students to be inquiring learners, creative problem solvers, and responsible citizens of the global community. It is our belief that all students can be highly engaged in school through inquiry and hands-on instruction to acquire useful skills that will lead them to be highly satisfied contributors within our modern world.
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