Chinoda, Michelle D.
Nova Southeastern University
Allen, Jeff M.
University of North Texas
Publisher Name: Pennsylvania State University
Place of Publication: [University Park, Pennsylvania]
This article discusses educators', administrators' and students' perceptions of principles of technology programs in Pennsylvania. Abstract: This study assesses the Principles of Technology Applied Science high school courses taught in Pennsylvania. Specifically, this study determines: 1) the number of Level I and II Principle of Technology courses taught; 2) teachers', administrators' and students' perceptions toward the Principle of Technology high school curriculum; 3) Principle of Technology teachers' perceptions of student achievement on state outcomes in science and technology; and 4) how Principle of Technology courses are being infused into the existing curriculum. Findings from this study indicate that both administrators, teachers, and students react favorably to the Principle of Technology Applied Science high school courses.
Department: Learning Technologies
|Keyword(s):||technologies | education|
|Source:||Workforce Education Forum, 1998. University Park: Pennsylvania State University, pp. 69-86.|
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Publication Title: Workforce Education Forum
Page Start: 69
Page End: 86
Peer Reviewed: Yes