• Technology Education supports many subject areas: science, mathematics, language arts, social studies and other disciplines. It introduces an alternative form of self expression that challenges each individual to create and produce interdisciplinary projects.
    Hands-on Participation
    Technology education promotes enthusiasm for further exploration through active participation on computers and other tools. This approach encourages better retention and understanding of technological applications.
    Basic Skills
    Technology Education provides for the development and application of three basic skills: creativity, problem solving, and critical thinking. Appropriate activities help students build these life-long skills. Students are encouraged to explore and create at their own pace, to work together in a cooperative environment, and to assess their work in a comfortable atmosphere.
Last Modified on September 15, 2011