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Custer, Rodney L.; Moye, Johnny J. – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2019
Many industrial arts, technology education, and now technology and engineering education leaders have made their mark on our profession. Their legacy is something that members of the profession enjoy and have a responsibility to continue and build upon. This is the thirteenth in a series of articles entitled "The Legacy Project." The…
Descriptors: Industrial Arts, Vocational Education, Technology Education, Technical Education
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Grubbs, Michael E.; Strimel, Greg J.; Huffman, Tanner – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2018
Interest in engineering at the P-12 level has increased in recent years, largely in response to STEM educational reform. Despite greater attention to the value, importance, and use of engineering for teaching and learning, the educational community has engaged minimally in its deliberate and coherent study. Specifically, few efforts have been…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Standards, STEM Education, Elementary Secondary Education
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Balistreri, Jerry; Moye, Johnny J. – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2018
This article is the twelfth in a series of articles entitled "The Legacy Project." The series focuses on the lives and actions of leaders who have forged technology engineering education profession into what it is today. Members of the profession owe a debt of gratitude to these leaders. One simple way to demonstrate that gratitude is to…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Professional Recognition, Technology Education, Administrator Attitudes
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Moye, Johnny J. – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2016
Many vocational education, technology education, and now technology and engineering education leaders have made their mark on the teaching profession. Their legacy is something that members of the profession enjoy and have a responsibility to continue and build upon. The Legacy Project focuses on the lives and actions of leaders who have forged…
Descriptors: Interviews, Industrial Arts Teachers, Technology Education, Educational Change
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Moye, Johnny J. – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2013
Many vocational education, technology education, and now technology and engineering education leaders have made their mark on their profession. Their legacy is something that members of the profession enjoy and have a responsibility to continue and build upon. This is the third in a series of articles entitled The Legacy Project, which focuses on…
Descriptors: Vocational Education, Engineering Education, Technology Education, Leaders
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Bertrand, Bill – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2012
The field of industrial arts education endured with little change for over half a decade. It was during this time that a group of like-minded individuals attended a meeting in Cleveland, Ohio and decided to form an association with the common purpose of promoting the profession and field of industrial arts education: the American Industrial Arts…
Descriptors: Leadership, Technological Literacy, Change Agents, Technology Education
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Love, Tyler S.; Valenza, Frank – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2011
The concept of vacuum forming has been around since the 19th century, despite not being fully utilized in industry until the 1950s. In the past, industrial arts classes have used vacuum-forming projects to concentrate solely on the manufacturing process and the final product. However, vacuum forming is not just an old industrial arts activity; it…
Descriptors: Manufacturing, Literacy, Technological Literacy, Industrial Arts
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Moye, Johnny J.; Katsioloudis, Petros J. – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2011
Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it. One does not have to be a historian to realize the truth in those words. It is true of words written years ago concerning the health and well being of the technology and engineering education profession. M. Ray Karnes (1959) published "A Major Problem in Education: Improve or Perish"…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Technology Education, Industrial Arts, General Education
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Starkweather, Kendall N. – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2011
Technology and engineering education is destined to become the most important subject in future education. This is inevitable when people live in a society that needs and uses technology at the pace seen today. Branding is personal, involves a commitment, and requires dedication to a belief and the enthusiasm to work in a logical manner to gain…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Engineering, Marketing, Technology
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Dettelis, Phil – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2011
Since the early 1980s, technology education has undergone several changes, incorporating new philosophies, new courses, and even a new name. This discipline, which is historically rooted in industrial arts, has endeavored to carve out a niche based on preparing students for careers, hands-on applications of mathematics and science, critical…
Descriptors: Technology Education, Industrial Arts, Educational History, Trend Analysis
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Mitts, Charles R.; Haynie, W. J., III – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2010
Arguably a major issue facing technology education (TE) since its inception has been its failure to attract and keep female students. This article explains one primary reason female students may be avoiding TE courses, presents a research-tested set of tools that TE teachers can use to help fix the problem, and offers a new realizable pathway…
Descriptors: Technological Literacy, Gender Differences, Gender Bias, Technology Education