THE OVERLOOKED STEM IMPERATIVES: TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERINGPresentations given at the United States Department of Education Regional Mathematics and Science Partnership Conferences in Baltimore, MD (February, 2011) and San Francisco, CA (March, 2011) William E. Dugger, Jr. Senior Fellow International Technology and Engineering Educators Association
Standards for Technological Literacy (STL)(ITEA, 2000,2002/2007) • Connections to Science, Mathematics, & Engineering • Different from IT • Proposal for Revision The instructional practices and assessments discussed or shown are not an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Education.
STEM Connections • National Academy of Engineering (NAE) • American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) • National Assessment of Educational Progress (National Center for Educational Statistics – USDE)
National Assessment of Educational Progress NAEP (“The Nation’s Report Card”) 2014 – 2022Technological & Engineering Literacy Framework Project
What is our challenge? • Avoiding silos • Integrating the T & E in STEM • Producing STEM qualified and licensed teachers • NCATE and T & E • Avoid STEM being SteM only • Asserting our role in STEM • Utilizing existing curriculum and assessment materials • Engineering by Design (ITEEA’s EbD)
What is • Engineering • byDesign™?
Standards-Based Model – Grades K-16 Endorsed by * ProBase and I3 – NSF funded projects
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