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Office of Career and Technology Education
Technology Education - Curriculum Information
  1. MSDE: Maryland State Department of Education
  2. ITEEA: International Technology and Engineering Educators Association is the professional organization for technology, innovation, design, and engineering educators.
  3. STEM-CTL: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Center for Teaching and Learning of the ITEEA.
  4. PLTW: Project Lead the Way - A national engineering curriculum for grades 6-12.

Middle School Technology Education/Engineering Curriculum:
The Exploring Technology, Invention and Innovation, and Technological Systems model course guides are provided by the MSDE/STEM-CTL consortium. For more information, please visit the ITEA-STEM-CTL website http://www.iteea.org/EbD/CATTS/catts.htm  

Gateway to Technology curricula is provided by Project Lead the Way Inc. For more information, please visit PLTW’s website http://www.pltw.org.

High School Technology Education Graduation Credit Course Options: 

High School Advanced Technology Education Course Options:
An instructional program that meets the credit requirement specified in COMAR 13A.03.02.04 for advanced technology education in which students in the high school learning years shall develop in-depth skills and understanding related to one or more of the following: the impacts of technology, technological issues, engineering design.

All advanced technology education model course guides are published by the STEM-CTL.

Manufacturing, Engineering, and Technology (MET) Career Completer Programs:

  • Computer Aided Technical Drafting (Milford Mill Academy)
  • Engineering Careers (Eastern Technical High School)
  • Engineering Technician (Sollers Point Technical High School)
  • PLTW Engineering (Chesapeake, Dundalk, Dulaney, Owings Mills, Parkville, Pikesville and Woodlawn High Schools)

 

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