The Technology Teacher

A peer-reviewed journal serving technology education professionals from elementary school to high school. Focuses on technology trends, education, and learning activities.

Articles from Vol. 63, No. 7, April

2004 Directory of ITEA Institutional Members
For further information, contact the appropriate faculty member. LEGEND Degrees 1 Bachelor's Degree 2 Master's Degree 3 Fifth Year Program 4 Sixth Year Program 5 Advanced Standing Certificate 6 Doctoral Degree 7 Continuing Education...
Application for Annual Conference Participation
ITEA Kansas City 2005 Conference April 3-5 67th Annual ITEA Conference Kansas City, Missouri April 3-5, 2005 Application for ITEA 2005 Conference Participation All technology education professionals are invited to participate in the 67th Annual...
Assessment of Technological Literacy: A National Academies Perspective: The Committee on Assessing Technological Literacy Began Meeting in Early 2003 and Expects to Publish a Report in Late 2004
The 2000 publication of Standards for Technological Literacy: Content for the Study of Technology (ITEA, 2000/2002) was a critical point in the history of technology education. The standards defined, for the first time, a systematic and intellectually...
Dreamweaver and Flash: Strategies for Updating Communication Systems Instruction; One of the Underlying Constructs That Technology Education Has Always Excelled in Is the Practical Application of Theory
The rate of innovation and change impacting technology education communication systems instruction has been vigorous for longer than most people can remember. Trends have included analog systems being replaced by digital systems, integration of networks...
Getting in Sync with Nature
The Analemma: Calibrating to Nature Our time "measuring system" has taken on a life of its own, bearing only an approximate resemblance to the natural occurrences it set out to measure. The "analemma equation of time" was created to precisely set...
Puzzling out Form: Design Visualization: New Technology Often Presents the Opportunity for the Designer to Imagine New Forms
This article is addressed to helping your students develop an aptitude for seeing relationships between elements and puzzling out new forms in doing so. Four different approaches are presented for your use. Each illustrates a way that industrial designers...
Reinventing Time
What do planet Earth, a swinging pendulum, a quartz crystal, and a Cesium atom have in common? They have all been used by humans to measure time. They represent humanity's progress through time in measuring time itself. But what is it, really, that...
RFID: A Revolution in Automatic Data Recognition
Introduction Radio frequency identification of unique products in distribution and supply chains appears to be a burgeoning revolution for some of the world's largest companies. Companies both large and small produce and distribute billions of products...

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