TE101: Introduction to Technology Education


Students working on a spaghetti tower

F 1 cr. LEC 1
This class provides an introduction to Technology Education. Throughout the semester students develop a better understanding of the Technology Education curriculum.
The rationale, principles, and philosophy of Technology Education are also discussed.



Students in this picture are working on a problem solving activity.


Students creating structures out of spaghetti and marshmallows.

Activities range from building a SAE (Society of Automotive Eng.) car, to the construction of a spaghetti tower, and writing a paper about technology. This course also provides an overview on the differences between Technology Education and what distinguishes it from Industrial Arts.


Technology Education Instructor
Lidia Haughey, M.Ed
lhaughey@montana.edu
(406) 994-6303
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Technology Education Program Leader
Dr. Scott Davis, PhD.
sedavis@montana.edu
(406) 994-5775
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