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

    This course guide will provide material that accompany the FoT OSV as well as can be used independently of the OSV as a beginning high school course. This entry-level STEM course is designed to prepare students to understand and apply cornerstone technological concepts and processes. It includes standards that are being addressed, enduring understandings/concepts, lessons that include hands-on problems, and unit, lesson and end-of-course rubrics. Group and individual lessons engage students in creating ideas, developing innovations, and engineering practical solutions.

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

    Engineering Design offers students the opportunity to understand and apply knowledge and skills required to create and transform ideas and concepts into a product that satisfies specific customer requirements. Students will experience design engineering in the creation, synthesis, iteration, and presentation of design solutions and will coordinate and interact in authentic ways to produce the form, fit, and function documentation, with appropriate models to completely define a product. Highly rigorous.
    P222CD - $95; Members $75 (delivered on CD in the new interactive Standard Edition [SE]. You’ll find navigation easier than ever before, and you’ll have all the resources at your fingertips.)

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    Teaching Technology: High School - Grades 9-12
    Strategies for Standards-Based Instruction

    High school teachers will be able to expand their instructional toolbox with contemporary methods and teacher-tested activities that are aligned with Standards for Technological Literacy. A resource section recommends classroom materials that support high school content and activities. 124 pages, 2001 (Print)

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    Teaching Technology: High School - Grades 9-12
    Strategies for Standards-Based Instruction

    High school teachers will be able to expand their instructional toolbox with contemporary methods and teacher-tested activities that are aligned with Standards for Technological Literacy. A resource section recommends classroom materials that support high school content and activities. 124 pages, 2001 (CD)

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    Teaching Technology: High School - Grades 9-12
    Strategies for Standards-Based Instruction

    High school teachers will be able to expand their instructional toolbox with contemporary methods and teacher-tested activities that are aligned with Standards for Technological Literacy. A resource section recommends classroom materials that support high school content and activities. 124 pages, 2001 (Download)

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    EbD NASA STEM Design Challenge - Grades 9-12
    High School Units:

    Moving Cargo: Focus: Transportation. Serves as an augmentation or replacement for a Foundations of Technology unit or as a stand-alone unit.
    Transportation and Space: Reuse and Recycle: Focus: Transportation (Grades 10-12). Serves as an augmentation or replacement for a Technological Issues unit or as a standalone unit.
    Engineering Design for Human Exploration: Focus: Energy and Power. Serves as an integral part of Engineering Design or as a stand-alone unit.
    Lunar Growth Chamber: Focus: STS-118 Lunar Plant Growth Chamber. Serves as a stand-alone unit. Package includes all four units. (CD)

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    Scientific & Technical Visualization I
    Scientific & Technical Visualization I and II are courses for Grades 10–12 focused on the principles, concepts, and use of complex graphic and visualization tools as applied to the study of science and technology. Students use complex 2D graphics, 3D animation, editing, and image analysis tools to better understand, illustrate, explain, and present technical, mathematical, and/or scientific concepts and principles. Emphasis is placed on the use of computer-enhanced images to generate both conceptual and data-driven models, data-driven charts, and animations. Science, math, and visual design concepts are reinforced throughout each course, which should take about 36 weeks to complete.

    This curriculum was developed to help teachers offer a focused, demanding, and exciting program of study addressing the core concepts and principles of scientific visualization. Scientific visualization involves theoretical mathematics, specialized computer programming, and the development of novel solutions to help scientists visualize and comprehend science problems of the highest order. The goal for these courses is to help high school level students gain experience using a multitude of computer graphic software, develop problem-solving skills, become independent learners, and acquire the intellectual confidence required to help them be successful with their post-secondary education. (CD)

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    Scientific & Technical Visualization I
    Scientific & Technical Visualization I and II are courses for Grades 10–12 focused on the principles, concepts, and use of complex graphic and visualization tools as applied to the study of science and technology. Students use complex 2D graphics, 3D animation, editing, and image analysis tools to better understand, illustrate, explain, and present technical, mathematical, and/or scientific concepts and principles. Emphasis is placed on the use of computer-enhanced images to generate both conceptual and data-driven models, data-driven charts, and animations. Science, math, and visual design concepts are reinforced throughout each course, which should take about 36 weeks to complete.

    This curriculum was developed to help teachers offer a focused, demanding, and exciting program of study addressing the core concepts and principles of scientific visualization. Scientific visualization involves theoretical mathematics, specialized computer programming, and the development of novel solutions to help scientists visualize and comprehend science problems of the highest order. The goal for these courses is to help high school level students gain experience using a multitude of computer graphic software, develop problem-solving skills, become independent learners, and acquire the intellectual confidence required to help them be successful with their post-secondary education. (Download)

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    Scientific & Technical Visualization II
    Scientific & Technical Visualization I and II are courses for Grades 10–12 focused on the principles, concepts, and use of complex graphic and visualization tools as applied to the study of science and technology. Students use complex 2D graphics, 3D animation, editing, and image analysis tools to better understand, illustrate, explain, and present technical, mathematical, and/or scientific concepts and principles. Emphasis is placed on the use of computer-enhanced images to generate both conceptual and data-driven models, data-driven charts, and animations. Science, math, and visual design concepts are reinforced throughout each course, which should take about 36 weeks to complete.

    This curriculum was developed to help teachers offer a focused, demanding, and exciting program of study addressing the core concepts and principles of scientific visualization. Scientific visualization involves theoretical mathematics, specialized computer programming, and the development of novel solutions to help scientists visualize and comprehend science problems of the highest order. The goal for these courses is to help high school level students gain experience using a multitude of computer graphic software, develop problem-solving skills, become independent learners, and acquire the intellectual confidence required to help them be successful with their post-secondary education. (CD)

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    Scientific & Technical Visualization II
    Scientific & Technical Visualization I and II are courses for Grades 10–12 focused on the principles, concepts, and use of complex graphic and visualization tools as applied to the study of science and technology. Students use complex 2D graphics, 3D animation, editing, and image analysis tools to better understand, illustrate, explain, and present technical, mathematical, and/or scientific concepts and principles. Emphasis is placed on the use of computer-enhanced images to generate both conceptual and data-driven models, data-driven charts, and animations. Science, math, and visual design concepts are reinforced throughout each course, which should take about 36 weeks to complete.

    This curriculum was developed to help teachers offer a focused, demanding, and exciting program of study addressing the core concepts and principles of scientific visualization. Scientific visualization involves theoretical mathematics, specialized computer programming, and the development of novel solutions to help scientists visualize and comprehend science problems of the highest order. The goal for these courses is to help high school level students gain experience using a multitude of computer graphic software, develop problem-solving skills, become independent learners, and acquire the intellectual confidence required to help them be successful with their post-secondary education. (Download)