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MS in Technology Education (30 - 36 credits)


Program Student Learning Outcomes

  • Compare and contrast all technological systems used in society and how each of these technological systems relates to environmental problems.
  • Analyze the components of the Designed World as identified by the Standards for Technological Literacy.
  • Identify the nature of technology within the context of the Designed World.
  • Compare and contrast the relationships and impacts between technology and society in the context of the Designed World.
  • Apply common design principles to the development of technology within the context of the Designed World.
  • Identify common technology problems and design appropriate solutions to these problems within the context of the Design World.
  • Design, implement and evaluate curricula based upon the Standards for Technological Literacy.
  • Use a variety of effective teaching practices that enhance and extend learning of technology.
  • Design, create, and manage learning environments that promote technological literacy. Apply the principles of student learning to a diverse learning style of students.
  • Apply an engaging and comprehensive professional growth program to improve the teaching of technology.






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