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Here's a Sample of What's Available in the April issue of Technology and Engineering Teacher

March 22, 2019

 

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HERE'S A SAMPLING OF WHAT'S AVAILABLE IN THE

APRIL 2019 ISSUE

OF TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING TEACHER

FEATURED ARTICLES:

PREPARING TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING-LITERATE STUDENTS - IT'S NOT LEFT TO CHANCE

This article provides evidence illustrating how current technology and engineering programs provide students with the lessons and hands-on activities designed to produce technology and engineering literate students.

 

WHAT DO NEW TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING TEACHERS NEED TO KNOW?

This article presents basic information new teachers can use to better prepare themselves for a successful experience teaching Technology and Engineering Education.

 

ESSA, STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES, AND ROBOTICS

Due to increased funding opportunities for STEM and SWD, it is important that teachers know how to recruit and accommodate SWD in extracurricular STEM activities like FIRST Robotics.

 

SAFETY SPOTLIGHT: Field Trip Safety in K-12 and Higher Education

 

PREMIER PD: Student Organizations

 

EXCELLING IN ENGINEERING: Teaching Engineering Concepts through Socially Relevant Contexts: Serving the Homeless with Smart Tiny Homes

 

CLASSROOM CHALLENGE: The Tire Puncture Challenge

 

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