Technology Teacher Education/Industrial Arts Teacher Education. A program that prepares individuals to teach technology education/industrial arts programs at various educational levels.
College of Science and Engineering
Free Form Requisites
course, CM130, CM134, course, ETS156, ETS253, ETS322, course, course, course, ETS415, course.
Technical Electives: Select 14 credits from the department no more than 3 credits from internships
Students fulfill the University's Upper Division Writing Requirement by successfully completing course.
Student can earn a Career and Technical Education (CTE) license in one of the following areas: communications, construction, manufacturing, transportation in addition to the Technology Education license. See department for requirements. this is done by completing a minor in CTE.
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Analyze the components of the Designed World as identified by the Standards for Technological Literacy.
Apply common design principles to the development of technology within the context of the Designed 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.