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TfAAP Articles

Pertaining to the Work Accomplished by the Project

Note: The ITEA-TfAAP webpages are intended to present the reader with an historical perspective of the project and the ground-breaking work it accomplished. The TfAAP web pages are archival and will not continue to be updated. After the TfAAP web pages were archived in January 2006, ITEA had a name change and became the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA). The name was not changed on these archival pages.

The articles that follow were written in an effort to keep professionals informed about the Technology for All Americans Project (TfAAP) and its role in advancing the profession of technology education. All of the articles appeared in one of two International Technology Education Association (ITEA) publications entitled The Technology Teacher or Technology and Children. The articles have been reproduced with permission from ITEA.
 
Note that many of the terms used in the articles have strict definitions when applied to education in general and technology education in particular. Consult Glossary Terms for STL, ATEL, and Addenda for applicable definitions. It is available for download in printable PDF format on the Publications page.
 
Warning: The title portion of each article cited on this page is linked directly to a file in PDF format. If you are unfamiliar with the format, please read Opening Files in Specialized Formats before clicking on the links.


Volume Years

2011-2012

2006 – 2007

2005 – 2006

2004 – 2005

2003 – 2004

2002 – 2003

2001 – 2002

2000 – 2001

1999 – 2000

Pre–1999


2011 – 2012 Volume Year

Moye, J., Dugger, W., Starkweather, K (2012). The Status of Technology and Engineering
Education in the United States: A Fourth Report of the Findings From the States (2011-12)
.
The Technology Teacher, 71(8), 25-31.

 

See also Individual State Responses for the above survey.

 


2006 – 2007 Volume Year

Dugger W. (2007). The Status of Technology Education in the United States.
The Technology Teacher, 67(1), 14-21.

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2005 – 2006 Volume Year

Meade, S., & Dugger W. (2005). Technological literacy standards: Practical answers and
next steps
. The Technology Teacher, 65(3), 32-35.

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2004 – 2005 Volume Year

Weber, K. (2005). A proactive approach to technological literacy. The Technology
Teacher
, 64(7), 28-30.
 
Meade, S., & Dugger, W. (2005). Presenting the program addenda to ITEA’s
technological literacy standards
. The Technology Teacher, 64(6), 25-28.
 
Russell, J. (2005). The standards for technological literacy: Today the Boston Museum of
Science, tomorrow the world
. The Technology Teacher, 64(6), 21-23.
 
Spoerk, M. (2005). How to keep your program relevant (and standards-based). The
Technology Teacher
, 64(5), 29-30.
 
Engstrom, D.E. (2005). Assessing for technological literacy. The Technology Teacher, 64
(4), 30-32.
 
Shumway, S., & Berrett, J. (2004). Standards-based curriculum development for pre-
service and in-service: A “partnering” approach using modified backwards design
.
The Technology Teacher, 64(3), 26-29.
 
Meade, S.D. (2004). Marketing technological literacy for the classroom.
The Technology Teacher, 64(3), 24-25.
 
Meade, S., & Dugger W. (2004). Reporting on the status of technology education in the
U.S.
The Technology Teacher, 64(2), 29-33.
 
Lentz, K., & Boe, N. (2004). Implementing technology in elementary schools. Technology
and Children
, 9(2), 19-20.
 
Rose, L.C., Gallup, A.M., Dugger, W.E., & Starkweather, K.N. (2004). The
second installment of the ITEA/Gallup poll and what it reveals as to how
Americans think about technology: A report of the second survey conducted by
the Gallup organization for the International Technology Education Association
.
The Technology Teacher, 64(1), (Insert).
 
Meade, S. (2004). Getting the word out: Ambassadors for the vision of
technological literacy
. Technology and Children, 9(1), 18.

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2003 – 2004 Volume Year

Britton, E., De Long-Cotty, B., & Levenson, T. (2004). Approaching the standards? A
review of new textbooks for the middle grades
. The Technology Teacher, 63(8), 30-
33.
 
Post, P. (2004). Ohio develops technology academic content standards. The Technology
Teacher
, 63(8), 25-29.
 
Bengston, C. (2004). Assessment does not need to be a “four-letter” word! Technology
and Children
, 8(4), 5.
 
Pearson, G. (2004). Assessment of technological literacy: A National Academies
perspective
. The Technology Teacher, 63(7), 28-29.
 
Meade, S., Delany, L., & Dugger W. (2004). Using STL and AETL: Announcing addenda
to the standards
. The Technology Teacher, 63(6), 24-27.
 
Meade, S., Delany, L., & Dugger, W. (2004). Measuring Progress: Announcing a new
addendum to the standards
. Technology and Children, 8(3), 4.
 
Morrow, M., Robinson, M., & Stephenson, A. (2004). Using STL and AETL: Three
perspectives
. The Technology Teacher, 63(5), 27-30.
 
Shackelford, R., Brown, R., & Warner, S. (2004). Using concepts and theoretical models
to support the standards for technological literacy
. The Technology Teacher, 63(5),
7-11.
 
Harpine, L., Hickey, M., & Whiting, G. (2004). An elementary school technology
education curriculum resource guide
. The Technology Teacher, 63(4), 28-29.
 
Berry, B., & Detamore, J. (2003). How my elementary class improved by using standards
for technological literacy: Two teacher perspectives
. Technology and Children, 8(2),
12-13.
 
Daugherty, M. (2003). Advancing excellence in technological literacy: Professional
development standards
. The Technology Teacher, 63(3), 27-32.
 
Russell, J. (2003). Making use of the new student assessment standards to enhance
technological literacy
. The Technology Teacher, 63(2), 27-32.
 
Dugger, W., Meade, S., Delany, L., & Nichols, C. (2003). The complete picture:
Standards for Technological Literacy and Advancing Excellence in Technological
Literacy
. The Technology Teacher, 63(1), 29-31.

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2002 – 2003 Volume Year

Reeve, E., Nielson, C., & Meade, S. (2003). Utah junior high teachers respond to
Standards for Technological Literacy
. The Technology Teacher, 62(8), 26-29.
 
Bybee, R. (2003). Improving technology education: Understanding reform—assuming
responsibility
. The Technology Teacher, 62(8), 22-25.
 
Barnette, E. (2003). The role of technology teachers in ensuring standards-
based programs
. The Technology Teacher, 62(7), 32-35.
 
Bybee, R. (2003). Fulfilling a promise: Standards for technological literacy. The
Technology Teacher
, 62(6), 23-26.
 
Dugger, W., Meade, S., Nichols, C., & Delany, L. (2003). Advancing excellence in
technological literacy: Student assessment, professional development, and program
standards
. The Technology Teacher, 62(5), 24-28.
 
Russell, J. (2003). Standards for Technological Literacy—Views from the field. The
Technology Teacher
, 62(4), 29-31.
 
Bell, L., & Rabkin, D. (2002). A new model of technology education for science centers.
The Technology Teacher, 62(3), 26-28.
 
Reeve, E. (2002). Translating Standards for Technological Literacy into curriculum. The
Technology Teacher
, 62(2), 33-36.
 
Poertner, C., Sumner, A., Tsosie, T., & Zak, E. (2002). Teacher models for implementing
Standards for Technological Literacy
. The Technology Teacher, 62(1), 27-29.

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2001 – 2002 Volume Year

Starkweather, K. (2002). ITEA/Gallup Poll: Interpreting what others think of technology
teaching
. The Technology Teacher, 61(8), 31-33.
 
Gorham, D. (2002). Engineering and Standards for Technological Literacy. The
Technology Teacher
, 61(7), 29-34.
 
Rose, L.C., & Dugger, W.E. (2002). ITEA/Gallup poll reveals what Americans think about
technology
. The Technology Teacher, 61(6) (Insert).
 
Martin, G.E. (2002). Program standards for technological literacy. The Technology
Teacher
, 61(5), 27-29.
 
Whiting, G. (2002). Encouraging technological literacy in the Richmond city schools. The
Technology Teache
r, 61(4), 23-25.
 
Custer, R. (2001). Assessment standards for technological literacy. The Technology
Teacher
, 61 (2), 25-28.
 
Dugger, W., & Naik, N. (2001). Clarifying misconceptions between technology education
and educational technology
. The Technology Teacher, 61(1), 31-35.
 
Newberry, P. (2001). Technology education in the U.S.: A status report. The Technology
Teacher
, 61(1), 8-12.

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2000 – 2001 Volume Year

Hook, P. (2001). The standards for technological literacy: A needed change for
technology education
. The Technology Teacher, 60(8), 31-32.
 
Kanne, G., Mino, M., & Novak, D. (2001). Implementing the standards: A state solution
to a national imperative
. The Technology Teacher, 60(7), 30-32.
 
Reeve, E. (2001). “Implementing the standards”—Viewpoints from a teacher educator.
The Technology Teacher, 60(6), 35-37.
 
Sumner, A. (2001). Implementing the standards: A classroom teacher's viewpoint. The
Technology Teacher
, 60(5), 38-40.
 
Dugger, W. (2001). Phase III Technology for All Americans Project: Creating
assessment, professional development, and program standards for technological
literacy
. The Technology Teacher, 60(4), 27-31.
 
Dugger, W. (2000). How to communicate to others about the standards. The Technology
Teacher
, 60(3), 9-12.
 
Bybee, R.W., & Loucks-Horsley, S. (2000). Advancing technology education: The role
of professional development
. The Technology Teacher, 60 (2), 31-34.
 
Bybee, R. (2000). Achieving technological literacy: A national imperative. The Technology
Teacher
, 60(1), 23-28.
 
Colaianne, D. (2000). Technology education for the third millennium. The Technology
Teacher
, 60(1), 30-32.

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1999 – 2000 Volume Year

Wulf, W. (2000). The standards for technological literacy: A National Academies
perspective
. The Technology Teacher, 59(6), 10-12.
 
Bybee, R., & Loucks-Horsley, S. (2000). Standards as a catalyst for change in
technology education
. The Technology Teacher, 59(5), 14-16.
 
Dugger, W. (2000). Standards for technological literacy: Content for the study of
technology
. The Technology Teacher, 59(5), 8-13.

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Pre-1999 Volume Years

Smith, M. (1998). Refining the Standards for Technology Education. The Technology
Teacher
, 57(8), 24-27.
 
Altice, J., & Dugger, W. (1998). Building consensus for technology education standards.
The Technology Teacher, 57(4), 25-28.
 
Laurent, M. (1997). Consensus toward standards for technology education. The
Technology Teacher
, 57(1), 14-17.
 
Kinser, A., Dugger, W., Newberry, P., & Singletary, K. (1997). The making of a standard.
The Technology Teacher, 56(8), 31-34.
 
Dugger, W. (1997). The next step: Developing standards for technology education. The
Technology Teacher
, 56(6), 10-11,14,16-18.
 
Singletary, K., & Altice, J. (1997). The Technology for All Americans Project: A vision for
the future
. Technology and Children, 12-13.

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The Technology Teacher (TTT) is a professional journal published eight times a year: September, October, November, December/January, February, March, April, and May/June. A subscription is included in each ITEA membership or one may be purchased separately.
 
Technology and Children (T&C) is specifically directed towards elementary school educators. It is published four times per year: Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer. Subscriptions to T&C may be purchased from ITEA.
 
To purchase a subscription to TTT and/or T&C, see Ordering Information.

TfAAP was initiated and administered by ITEA, and funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The project ended in October 2005.


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