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. 69, No. 6, March

2010 Leaders to Watch
Those who have contributed to the technology and engineering education field for many years are known for their teaching, written work, presentations, research, and recognition received from professional groups. The selected individuals who are highlighted...
A Place to Stay: Building Green
A Look at the Past: Introduction and History Nearly all living things may be called artisans, designers, and builders. We need only to look around us in our environment. We can see that birds, animals, insects, and marine or aquatic life build "homes"...
Are You Planning to Attend the ITEA 2010 Charlotte Conference? Do You Want To
* Become a better teacher? * Learn how to design the next-generation facility? * Explore how gaming is being used by technology and engineering teachers? * Receive the professional development that you want, at the pace that you want, on just...
Exploring Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology
Introduction One of the most significant technological issues of the 21st Century is finding a way to fulfill our energy demands without destroying the environment through global warming and climate change. Worldwide human population is on the rise,...
President's Message: Building Opportunities to Transform a Profession
It will be an honor to serve as ITEA President for 20102011. Serving as part of the Indiana ITEA Affiliate organization and the ITEA Board of Directors has led to some of the major highlights of my professional career. I would recommend that each...
The Dynamic Greenhouse Challenge
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Introduction Greenhouses are marvelous devices, allowing one to enjoy the flower spectacle of summer all year round. At night, greenhouses use supplemental heat to keep the fragile plants warm. Usually a greenhouse has...
The Systems and Global Engineering Project
Imagine having your students collaborate with others from around the world to model solutions to some of today's most significant global problems. That's the goal of the Systems and Global Engineering (SAGE) project. Stevens Institute of Technology...
What Is Green?
So you have signed the ITEA pledge to teach green and you have your "I TEACH GREEN" pin ... now what? Well it's going to be a journey, so strap in and start here. A brief caveat: I am not, nor have I ever been a technology teacher but I do consider...
Author Advanced search

Oops!

An unknown error has occurred. Please click the button below to reload the page. If the problem persists, please try again in a little while.