BS-Innovation Training Degree Program St Petersburg School

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´╗┐BS-Technology Education Degree Program St Petersburg College

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Florida Context Technology Education is a basic need in the State of Florida High interest for confirmed Technology Education educators broad: 160 new positions open every year as per Florida Dept of Labor study 2002-2020. Appeal in the Tampa Bay region: 10-20 new open positions for every year in the encompassing five locale (Pasco, Pinellas, Hillsborough, Polk and Manatee).

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Technology Education Technology is the topic, while innovation training is the method for conveyance. The investigation of innovation incorporates both knowing and doing. Improvement of mechanical proficiency requires significant investment and requires a reliable structure.

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Technology Education Technology is the alteration of the common habitat with a specific end goal to fulfill saw human needs and needs. Innovative proficiency is the capacity to utilize, oversee, survey, and comprehend innovation. Innovation Education is an investigation of innovation, which gives a chance to understudies to find out about the procedures and learning identified with innovation that are expected to take care of issues and develop human abilities.

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Other Content Areas Mistaken for Technology Education Educational Technology: Improve the way toward instructing by utilizing advances. Building Technology: Preparing engineer experts for specialized occupations. Business Technology Education: Preparing center and secondary teachers for Business Ed classes, FBLA and DCT

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SPC Technology Education Program Goals Mix of process and substance (labs, hands-on exercises, learning and speculations) Separate strategies courses for center and secondary school levels 160 school-based hours before temporary job Lab/specialized courses take after the norms and benchmarks from the Standards for Technological Literacy (ITEA 2000)

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Technology Education in the School Systems Elementary Level: Exposure to innovation exercises Middle School: Exploratory encounters, settling on educated decisions, creating aptitudes and dispositions, and creating versatile innovation abilities. Prologue to Florida Technology Student Association. Secondary School: Career-coordinated course work, create innovative education for school, specialized school or workforce. FL Technology Student Association College: Preparation for showing MS and HS innovation instruction. Innovation Education Collegiate Association (TECA) national exercises.

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High School Curriculum Areas Information and Communication Technology (printing, Web Page Design, TV Production) Power and Transportation Technology Production Technology (apply autonomy, fabricating, CNC) Pre-Engineering Illustrative Design, Drafting and CAD Aerospace Technology Medical and Biotechnology

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Examples of Curriculum Units Dream Homes (estimation, scale, outline, hands-on) Catapult Competitions with Advanced Physics classes Interdisciplinary: work with math, science, dialect expressions Japan Florida Teens Meet Project : transnational work groups make space station, against tobacco video TV Production: open administration declarations for United Way and limited time recordings What these all have in like manner is the connected utilization of math, science and composing abilities that understudies should be effective on FCAT and, all things considered!

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Benefits of Technology Education Authentic logical learning School to Work moves Flexibility with changing advances Tighter concentrate on vocation premiums All understudies prevail by working in agreeable groups True joining of scholastic and profession specialized substance in one instructive range.

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Technology Education at St Petersburg College Twelve Technology Education center classes Foundational (2) Technical (5) Instructional Methods (5) Coursework connected to state systems and national guidelines Preparation for Florida Teacher Certification Exam Teacher improvement through expert affiliations Interdisciplinary educational modules with other COE content ranges Three propelled innovation training instructing research facilities to cover the different substance territories, center school particular units, and benchmarks based direction and appraisal techniques to get ready future instructors for the changed classrooms crosswise over Florida

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Core SPC Tech Ed Courses Online EVT 3192 Foundations of Technology Education (3 credits) Foundational speculations, history, Standards for Technological Literacy EVT 3261 Program Management: Technology Education (2 credits) Managing venture based lab, enrolling, TSA, raising support, counseling sheets, lab security, interdisciplinary educational programs

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Technical Courses EVT 3402C Materials and Processes w/Lab (4 credits) Polymers, metals, plastics, composites and earthenware production. Concentrate on choice, handling, testing and assessment.

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Technical Courses EVT 4094 Technological Design (3 credits) Technological Method of Problem Solving, prototyping, estimation building outline, drafting, 2-D CAD, 3-D CAD and stereolithography demonstrating.

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Technical Courses EVT 4407C Energy and Power Systems w/Lab (4 credits) Electrical hypothesis, sun based and atomic power, power device innovation, and effects of vitality

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Technical Courses EVT 4408C Information and Communication Technology w/Lab (4 credit) Elements of outline, Web page, desktop distributed, advanced sound and video creation, printing and representation, liveliness, and PC advances.

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Technical Courses EVT 3403C Manufacturing and Transportation Tech w/Lab (4 credits) CNC, CAM, mechanical autonomy, robotized transportation frameworks, aviation, mag-lev, & modern frameworks

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Methods Courses EVT 3123/3946 Middle School Methods for Technology Education/Practicum (4 cr ) Standards-based instructional and evaluation techniques including measured. 60 SBH

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Methods Courses EVT 4333/4946 Secondary Methods for Technology Education/Practicum (4 cr ) Standards-Based instructional and evaluation techniques for secondary school level. 60 SBH

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Internship EVT 4940 Technology Education Internship (12 credits) Culminating pre-benefit showing background in innovation instruction classroom. Desires of coordinating instructors Involvement with ITEEA or FTEEA Involvement with TSA Teaching Awards National Certification Positive good example

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Professional Development Teacher competitors in the Technology Education program go to: Florida Career and Technical Education meeting in mid-October Fall NASA field trip SPC TECA Club excursions to national ITEEA gatherings or Florida TSA meetings. Distribute the "100 Best SPC Technology Lesson Plans" CD as a pledge drive.

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Scholarships Florida Critical Need Loan Forgiveness Chappie James Career & Technical Florida Gold Seal Florida Bright Futures Florida Technology Education Association International Technology Education Association St Petersburg College Florida Technology Student Association

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Professional Associations Florida Technology Education Association International Technology Education Association Epsilon Pi Tau Technology Education Collegiate Association Florida Technology Student Association Florida Association for Career and Technical Education

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Final Words The world is amidst a blast in innovation that will continue quickening. Understudies get amped up for innovation. Energized energetic understudies dealing with apply autonomy, aviation, building plan in current labs make for a vocation that you can be energized and enthusiastic about. Contact St Petersburg College today!

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Contact Dr. Thomas Loveland Loveland.Thomas@spcollege.edu (727) 791-5938 http://www.spcollege. edu/single men/coe_curr _tech.php

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