Publications and Resources
Center to Advance the Teaching of Technology & Science Guides
The Center to Advance the Teaching of Technology & Science (the Center) was established in 1998 to strengthen professional development and advance technological literacy. Center initiatives are directed toward four goals: development of standards-based curricula; teacher enhancement; research concerning teaching and learning; and curriculum implementation and diffusion.
Note: These materials have been purchased for use in Utah Technology & Engineering Education programs. Utah teachers may obtain materials by sending an darrell[dot]andelin[at]schools[dot]utah[dot]gov(e-mail request) to Darrell Andelin. Please include you name, school and guide needed in your message request.
- General - Measuring Progress
The purpose of this guide is to help teachers determine the extent to which their students are attaining the technological literacy standards, 72 pages.
- High School - Engineering Design
A standards-based high school model course guide, 136 pages.
- High School - Foundations of Technology
A standards-based high school model course guide, 416 pages.
- High School - Impacts of Technology
A standards-based high school model course guide, 120 pages.
- High School - Technological Issues
A standards-based high school model course guide, 267 pages.
- Middle School - Invention & Innovation
A standards-based middle school model course guide, 126 pages.
- Middle School - Technological Systems
A standards-based middle school model course guide, draft.
- Elementary School - Models for Introducing Technology
A guide to help elementary teachers integrate technological literacy in to their classrooms, 170 pages.
Technology & Engineering Content Posters
Energy and Power
Standards for Technological Literacy (STL) and Advancing Excellence in Technological Literacy (ATEL)
The International Technology Education Association has developed these companion publications that together articulate a complete set of technological literacy standards and identify a vision for developing a technologically literate citizenry. These standards are being used to develop Utah's Technology and Engineering Education programs.
STEM Connections is a free cutting-edge electronic newsletter and is packed with ITEEA Association news as well as information pertaining to the STEM education.