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ITEEA publishes a variety of publications that lead the technology and engineering education profession by providing teaching directions, instructional ideas, and networking opportunities, including:

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ITEEA develops and produces a variety of high-quality resources that technology and engineering educators can use. ITEEA STEM Education products can also be purchased using the PRINT FORM.

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    FEATURED ARTICLES

    CONCRETE BEAM DESIGN: POURING THE FOUNDATION TO ENGINEERING IN T&E CLASSROOMS

    An introduction to engineering principles in beam design using a lab activity.

    By Andrew J. Hughes and Chris Merrill

    TEACHING TECHNOLOGY THROUGH HISTORY

    Activities that encourage students to broaden their concept of technology to include all of human history.

    By Scott Townsend, Mary Lamar, Michael Walach, and Connie Hodge

    AUTOMATED WATER FILTRATION SYSTEM DESIGN CHALLENGE

    How an automated water filtration design challenge can be used as an interdisciplinary approach to solve a real-world problem while addressing various national standards and frameworks.

    By Joel Tomlinson, Etahe Johnson, Cole Chesser, and Jonathan Moore

    SOCIALLY RELEVANT CONTEXTS: Reducing Water Waste through Data-Driven Irrigation Practices

    PREMIER PD: Data Analysis

    WOMEN IN STEM EDUCATION: Terrie Rust, DTE

    CLASSROOM CHALLENGE: The Net Energy Challenge

  • Member price: 49.00
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    Safer Makerspaces, Fab Labs, and STEM Labs: A Collaborative Guide - Safer hands-on STEM is essential for every instructor and student. Read the latest information about how to design and maintain safer makerspaces, Fab Labs, and STEM labs in both formal and informal educational and community settings. This book features information about liability/legal standards, better professional practices, safety controls, addressing biological/chemical/physical hazards, first aid procedures, the facilities planning process, recommended designs and existing examples, and frequently asked safety questions. It is easy to read, providing practical recommendations and examples for instructors, administrators, and media specialists. If your community or school system is looking to design or modify a facility to engage students in safer hands-on STEM activities, then this book is a must read! 189 pages, 2017 (spiral bound). FREE preview available at: https://sites.google.com/a/vt.edu/safetybook2017/. Available in print only at this time. Shipping charges apply. Price: Members - $42.00, Nonmembers - $49.00. P268N

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    FEATURED ARTICLES 

    Bears and Tigers: A Scratch Exploration! – Andrea Cole, Megan Nickels, Sarah B. Bush, and Matthew S. Taylor

    Integrating STEAM Into Second Grade – Julia Cin

    The Amazing World of Honeybees – Johnny J Moye and Cory M. Madison

    FEATURED ACTIVITIES 

    Kids Code: Reparing Elementary Teachers to Incorporate Coding in Math and Science – Amy Sokoll Bauer, Tammera J. Mittelstet, Amanda Thomas, Kelley Buchheister

    Why do we Wear Jackets? An Investigation by First Grade Students – Jessica Knoll

    Elementary Animators: Animation Adventureland: Animation Principle of Slow In and Slow Out and Animation Principle of Appeal – Douglas Lecorchick, Victoria Ann Hoeveler, and Gianna Mastrandrea

    OTHER FEATURES 

    Books to Briefs: Stash Your Cash – Sharon Brusic, Marie Leatherman, and Donna Painter

    Career Connections: Shipfitters – Virginia R. Jones

    Teacher Highlight: Meet Brendan Penn – Brendan Penn

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    FEATURED ARTICLES

    CONCRETE BEAM DESIGN: POURING THE FOUNDATION TO ENGINEERING IN T&E CLASSROOMS

    An introduction to engineering principles in beam design using a lab activity.

    By Andrew J. Hughes and Chris Merrill

    TEACHING TECHNOLOGY THROUGH HISTORY

    Activities that encourage students to broaden their concept of technology to include all of human history.

    By Scott Townsend, Mary Lamar, Michael Walach, and Connie Hodge

    AUTOMATED WATER FILTRATION SYSTEM DESIGN CHALLENGE

    How an automated water filtration design challenge can be used as an interdisciplinary approach to solve a real-world problem while addressing various national standards and frameworks.

    By Joel Tomlinson, Etahe Johnson, Cole Chesser, and Jonathan Moore

    SOCIALLY RELEVANT CONTEXTS: Reducing Water Waste through Data-Driven Irrigation Practices

    PREMIER PD: Data Analysis

    WOMEN IN STEM EDUCATION: Terrie Rust, DTE

    CLASSROOM CHALLENGE: The Net Energy Challenge

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    Advanced Technological Application - Members $61 - Nonmembers $71
    CLICK FOR COURSE DESCRIPTION
    Advanced Technological Applications is a 36-week course that presents four nine-week learning units. The course is standards-based, with engineering-related curricula designed for upper-level high school students. The goal is to provide an engineering or technical base for high school students who plan to continue their education in technical or engineering programs at the community college or university level. There are eight separate learning units that include both instructor and student guides. Each nine-week learning unit begins with a robust Primary Challenge or design problem that is then supported in subsequent learning cycles. Unit titles are: Information and Communication Technologies, Medical Technologies, Agriculture and Related Biotechnologies, and Entertainment and Recreation Technologies. (Download)

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    Designing Safer Learning Environments for Integrative STEM Education - 4th Edition
    Member Price $29.00. Non-Member Price $36.00.
    V. William DeLuca and W. James Haynie, III

    Revised in 2014 by Tyler S. Love and Kenneth Russell Roy
    Completely revised in 2014, this manual aids teachers in developing and carrying out a safety program in the technology and engineering education classroom. The guide uses the systems approach: Safety in the classroom is dependent on the interaction of varied elements, and many of these elements are discussed in the text, such as the environment, human factors, tools and equipment, processes, materials, and outside influences. The manual includes sample releases and other forms that teachers can duplicate for classroom use. New in this edition are 18 printable safety posters with corresponding safety tests and Power-Point presentations and videos that teachers can use to reinforce safer practices as well as a link to ITEEA’s Safety Resource site where teachers can access these resources.. (Download)

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    Technology and Society 3rd Edition - Grades 10-12
    A Standards-Based High School Model Course Guide

    Technology and Society teaches critical thinking skills as they relate to the creation and use of technology. Through the study of contemporary issues of science and technology, students are introduced to structured methods for assessing technology and science issues and developing defensible opinions and positions. (Download)

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    Technological Design, Third Edition - Grades 9-12
    A Standards-Based High School Model Course Guide

    In Technological Design, engineering scope, content, and professional practices are presented through practical applications. Students, in engineering teams, apply technology, science, and mathematics concepts and skills to solve engineering design problems and innovate designs. Students research, develop, test, and analyze engineering designs using criteria such as design effectiveness, public safety, human factors, and ethics. This course is an essential experience for students who are interested in technology, innovation, design, and engineering. (Download)

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    Foundations of Technology, Standard Edition - Grades 9-12
    A Standards-Based High School Model Course Guide

    Prepares students to understand and apply technological concepts and processes that are the cornerstone for the high school technology program. Group and individual activities engage students in creating ideas, developing innovations, and engineering practical solutions. Technology content, resources, and laboratory/classroom activities apply student applications of science, mathematics, and other school subjects in authentic situations. (Download)

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    EbD-TEEMS Grade 6: Our World and Me - Members $26 - Nonmembers $31
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    Our World and Me serves as a capstone experience for sixth-grade learners using hands-on inquiry and design as they explore robotics through the engineering field of mechatronics. Mechatronics is an interdisciplinary engineering field that focuses on the integration of mechanical, electrical, and software systems. This sixth-grade curriculum extends ITEEA’s EbD-TEEMS Integrative-STEM Curricula for K-6 as the students create an interactive automaton that (1) educates others about environmental impacts caused by humans/technology, OR (2) presents a new idea on how to reduce human/technological impacts on the environment. P266e $31; Members $26 (Download)