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Mark Harrell Affiliate Representative EbD State Consortium Director Engineering Consultant & Director of KYTSA, Career Pathways Branch
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Engineering byDesign™ (EbD™) is available to all public Kentucky preschool through 12th grade educators whose email address ends in @"county".kyschools.us. Access is made possible by the Kentucky Department of Education’s (KDE) Office of Career and Technical Education.

The mission of KDE’s Career and Technical Education is to assist schools in providing students with skills necessary for a successful transition to postsecondary education or work and a desire for life-long learning in a global society. Implementing the EbD™ PreK-12 grade curriculum in your school will put the Technology (T) and Engineering (E) into your Science (S) and Math (M) departments to a create Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) environment where students can excel!

The high school EbD™ curriculum is aligned to Kentucky’s Engineering Standards and complements the projects developed by KY teachers for KY teachers. The standards and projects have been endorsed by Kentucky industries to create a future workforce in the five high demand industry sectors.

Access to the Standard Edition (SE in PDFs) of EbD™ curriculum is available at no cost to individuals who meet one or more of the following criteria: 1) Kentucky public PreK-12th grade teacher, 2) University and college departments that are a KY-EbD™ partner.  

Access to the Media Rich Edition (MRE) and online assessments through EbD™ is limited to schools that complete a Network School Agreement and pay an annual fee.  

For more information, please contact Mark Harrell, KY-EbD™ Consortium Director at mark.harrell@education.ky.gov or (502) 564-4286 x4227. 


Note: If you are a faculty member or student in a pre-service engineering technology education program at Eastern Kentucky University, University of Kentucky, Murray State University, and Morehead University with a current @eku.edu, @uky.edu, @murraystate.edu, or @morehead.edu email address, you can also request access to Engineering byDesign™ (EbD™). For more information about accessing EbD curriculum, see the ONE PAGE STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS TO REQUEST ACCESS resource below.

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State Events
  • Dec 17 2021
    Submissions Deadline for ITEEA’s REACH Challenge
    December 17, 2021
    Submissions Deadline for ITEEA’s REACH Challenge

    ITEEA’s REACH Challenge is an impactful Adaptive Technology design-thinking project for middle, high school, and college STEM programs. Aligned with STEL, this innovative project provides teachers with everything they need to show their students how to use their STEM skills to make a real-world difference in the lives of those in their community by combining empathy and engineering for social good. Projects can then be submitted to ITEEA for awards and funding for their STEM program!

    Click here for additional information or to register.
  • Dec 08 2021
    ITEEA’s Roundtable Discussion Series: Cultivating Creativity in the Classroom
    December 8, 2021
    7:00pm EDT
    ITEEA’s Roundtable Discussion Series
    Cultivating Creativity in the Classroom

    ITEEA is offering this hour-long opportunity for the Technology and Engineering Education Community to discuss and explore a specific topic online. Participation is free and anyone who registers for a particular topic can engage in the discussion. Each topic will have one or most hosts to help guide the discussion. Questions about each topic can be submitted in advance through the registration process.

    ITEEA ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS ARE FREE TO ALL!
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  • Jan 19 2022
    ITEEA’s Roundtable Discussion Series: Recruiting and Retaining Girls in the T&E Classroom
    January 19, 2022
    7:00pm EDT
    ITEEA’s Roundtable Discussion Series
    Recruiting and Retaining Girls in the T&E Classroom

    ITEEA is offering this hour-long opportunity for the Technology and Engineering Education Community to discuss and explore a specific topic online. Participation is free and anyone who registers for a particular topic can engage in the discussion. Each topic will have one or most hosts to help guide the discussion. Questions about each topic can be submitted in advance through the registration process.

    ITEEA ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS ARE FREE TO ALL!
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  • Feb 16 2022
    ITEEA’s Roundtable Discussion Series: Teaching Sustainability Education
    FEBRUARY 16, 2022
    6:00pm EDT
    ITEEA’s Roundtable Discussion Series
    Teaching Sustainability Education

    ITEEA is offering this hour-long opportunity for the Technology and Engineering Education Community to discuss and explore a specific topic online. Participation is free and anyone who registers for a particular topic can engage in the discussion. Each topic will have one or most hosts to help guide the discussion. Questions about each topic can be submitted in advance through the registration process.

    ITEEA ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS ARE FREE TO ALL!
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  • Apr 13 2022
    ITEEA’s Roundtable Discussion Series: Recruitment, Retention, and Diversity
    April 13, 2022
    7:00pm EDT
    ITEEA’s Roundtable Discussion Series
    Recruitment, Retention, and Diversity

    ITEEA is offering this hour-long opportunity for the Technology and Engineering Education Community to discuss and explore a specific topic online. Participation is free and anyone who registers for a particular topic can engage in the discussion. Each topic will have one or most hosts to help guide the discussion. Questions about each topic can be submitted in advance through the registration process.

    ITEEA ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS ARE FREE TO ALL!
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  • May 18 2022
    ITEEA’s Roundtable Discussion Series: Teaching Energy and Power
    May 18, 2022
    7:00pm EDT
    ITEEA’s Roundtable Discussion Series
    Teaching Energy and Power

    ITEEA is offering this hour-long opportunity for the Technology and Engineering Education Community to discuss and explore a specific topic online. Participation is free and anyone who registers for a particular topic can engage in the discussion. Each topic will have one or most hosts to help guide the discussion. Questions about each topic can be submitted in advance through the registration process.

    ITEEA ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS ARE FREE TO ALL!
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