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Here's a Sample of What's Inside the May/June 2019 Issue of Technology and Engineering Teacher

April 25, 2019

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

MAY/JUNE 2019 ISSUE

OF TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING TEACHER

FEATURED ARTICLES:

STANDARDS FOR TECHNOLOGICAL LITERACY REVISION SURVEY: PRELIMINARY RESULTS

Results of an ITEEA-conducted a survey to determine consensus on whether and how to update the technological literacy standards to include content that will most effectively prepare students for tomorrow’s known and unknown challenges.

PROJECT/PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING IN STEM: IMPACTS ON STUDENT LEARNING

A look at the beginnings of STEM, how Project-/Problem-Based Learning has factored in the success of STEM, and what potential improvements, and/or new learning strategies, are need to draw students' attention to STEM education and make it a viable path for their future.

INSTILLING CRITICAL THINKING in TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING EDUCATION STUDENTS

Technology and engineering education is a particularly appropriate setting for the types of instructional strategies that appear to be the most effective in teaching critical thinking.

2019 ITEEA PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION AWARDS

KANSAS CITY CONFERENCE PHOTOS

SAFETY SPOTLIGHT: Fostering Creativity and Curiosity: Developing Safer Elementary STEM Learning Spaces

PREMIER PD: Lab and Class Management

EXCELLING IN ENGINEERING: Integrating Computational Thinking through Wearable Technologies and Programmable E-Textiles

CLASSROOM CHALLENGE: The Tire Puncture Challenge

 

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