SPECIAL ISSUE: IMPLEMENTING STANDARDS FOR TECHNOLOGICAL AND ENGINEERING LITERACY
EDITORIAL: Implementing STEL
STANDARDS FOR TECHNOLOGICAL AND ENGINEERING LITERACY ADDRESSING TRENDS AND ISSUES FACING TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING EDUCATION
In this quickly evolving digital world, the T&E Education classroom can provide valuable instruction that creates a well-informed online citizenry through digital understanding and citizenship curriculum.
By Johnny J Moye, DTE and Philip A. Reed, DTE
WRITING STANDARDS-BASED LESSON PLANS ...
WRITING STANDARDS-BASED LESSON PLANS TO STANDARDS FOR TECHNOLOGICAL AND ENGINEERING LITERACY
In this article Danielson’s Framework for Teaching and the backwards design curric-ulum development model will provide both the structure and rationale for develop-ing standards-based lesson plans with the newly released STEL.
By Scott Bartholomew, Thomas Loveland, DTE, and Vanessa Santana
SHARPENING STEL WITH INTEGRATED STEM
Proposes an integrated STEM lesson named Designing Bugs and Innovative Tech-nology (D-BAIT) as a practical and feasible model that high school STEM teachers can adopt in their classrooms.
By Jung Han, Todd Kelley, DTE, Scott Bartholomew, and J. Geoff Knowles
DEFINING TECHNOLOGICAL AND ENGINEERING LITERACY
An examination of the meaning of literacy, as well as its function, to better under-stand the role played by disciplinary standards in shaping educational experiences at the PreK-12 level.
By Marie Hoepfl
SAFETY SPOTLIGHT: Safety in STEM Education Standards and Frameworks: A Comparative Content Analysis
TEACHER HIGHLIGHT: William "Tracy" Dodson
CLASSROOM CHALLENGE: The Park Design Challenge
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