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. 65, No. 1, September

And the Survey Says
Many thanks for the numerous responses to our Technology Teacher Readership Survey. It is hugely informative to receive feedback from those who read the journal, and having this data enables us to determine what we're doing right, what we're doing...
Appropriate Technology: Value Adding Application for Technology Education: Students Are Given More Oppotunity to Be Creative, to Think Logically, to See and Understand a Technological Problem in Total, and to Act Responsibly as They Work to Solve Problems That Are Important and Intrinsic to Them
What is Appropriate Technology? Appropriate Technology (AT) concepts have been discussed throughout this past century by notable leaders and scholars such as Mohandas Gandhi and Julius Nyerere; however, the undisputed founder of the AT movement...
Aviation Insights: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: Millions of People: Millions of People Fly from City to City or from Nation to Nation and across the Oceans and around the World Effortlessly and Economically
Introduction If you can imagine thousands of years ago, early humans walked on the earth and probably looked toward the skies, watching birds soar effortlessly and thinking, "... if only I could fly!" Aviation as we know it today is a mature but...
Examples of Leadership: What We Can Learn from Technology Education Leaders: We Can Learn Much about Leadership by Observing Models, or Examples, of People Who Are, or Have Been Leaders
Remarks from the Maley Spirit of Excellence Breakfast International Technology Education Association Conference Kansas City, MO April 4, 2005 I am honored to have been invited to share some thoughts and perspectives with you this morning....
ITEA Member Receives Invention Award
For his work in the development of mobile robots for use in hazardous environment applications, ITEA member Harry T. Roman was awarded the 2005 Inventor of the Year award by the New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame. Roman's 23 mobile robots saved Public...
Project Probase: Engaging Technology for 11th and 12th Grade Students: Project Probase Was Conceived to Address the Shortage of Standards-Based Technology Education Curricula at the Upper High School Level
Journal manuscripts and national reports published during the last 20 years (Bensen, 1993; DeVries, 1996; AAAS, 1989; National Academy of Engineering, 2002; ITEA, 1996; Zuga, 1989) presented a defensible rationale for the technology education profession...
Student Interpretation of the M.A.S.H. Design Development Tool: Students Found M.A.S.H. Useful as a Roadmap to Guide Their Design Decisions and Remind Them of Issues That Had Become Clouded by Project Complexity
Introduction The original article describing the M.A.S.H. approach was published in the May/June 2005 issue of The Technology Teacher. To review, the M.A.S.H. mnemonic is a useful framework for generating, tracking, and objectively evaluating innovative...
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