Proposed K-12 Technology and Engineering Education Program of Study
University of Idaho
Submitted by:
Paul Gathercoal, Ph. D.
Professor and Department Chair
[email protected]
208-885-5707
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Idaho requests approval to relocate the K-12 Engineering and Technology
Education Endorsement at the College of Southern Idaho (CSI). The Technology and Engineering Education Endorsement includes a series of
courses that provide the student teacher with knowledge and practice in the five core areas of Engineering and Technology Education: construction,
manufacturing, communications, energy and power, and transportation. This program of study is an additional endorsement to our Secondary
certification programs. The following courses below allow students to develop the necessary knowledge, skills and dispositions and to gather artifacts
as evidence of competency include the following (with their descriptions)
Technology and Engineering Education Endorsement requirements
This includes a minimum of Twenty (20) semester credit hours in the areas of communication technology, transportation technology, manufacturing
technology, energy and power and construction technology and computer aided drafting and designing. These courses are in addition to foundational
technology courses taken at CSI.
EDUC 105 CAD Engineering and Design 3 crs
Develop skills in engineering graphic communication using freehand sketches and computer aided drawing and designing.
EDUC 108 Introduction to Welding Instruction 2 crs
This course is intended to introduce the basic skills necessary for teaching welding as a secondary educator. Students will learn welding theory and
the techniques needed to properly set up and use SMAW GMAW FCAW & GTAW welding equipment
EDUC 111 Introduction to Manufacturing 3 crs
This course is designed to impart technical knowledge and skills for use of manufacturing equipment and procedures
EDUC 107 Computer Operating Systems 3 crs
This course will provide basic instruction in computers and computer operating systems.
CTE 130 Introduction to Electricity and Electronics (3 cr)
This introduction to electricity and electronics includes properties of resistors, capacitors, and inductors in electrical circuits; basics of power
distribution systems and house wiring; and the use of meters and oscilloscopes in lab. Three 1-hr lec and one 2-hr lab a wk.
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CTE 353 Manufacturing Systems (3 cr)
In-depth examination and implementation of manufacturing theory and processes including research and development, product planning and
controlling. Topics, such as Lean Manufacturing, Kanban, relating to manufacturing facilities and management of manufacturing processes will be
discussed, studied and implemented in the manufacture of a designed product in quantity.
CTE 310 Lab Safety, Management, and Liability (3 cr)
Overview of operations, use, and maintenance of laboratory tools and equipment, laboratory management and liability concerns.
CTE 354 Construction Technology (3 cr)
Teaching techniques and methods of instruction for a systems approach to construction technology including residential, commercial, and civil.
Recommended Preparation
CTE
370
Power, Energy & Transportation (3 cr)
Exploration of new and emerging technologies and energies and transportation technologies with focus on social, cultural, economic, and political
considerations.
CTE 410 Technology and Society (3 cr)
In-depth examination and implementation of the relationship between technology and social change; previous course work in technology is not
essential.
CTE 462 Communication Technology (3 cr)
Investigation and laboratory activities associated with of a variety of communication technologies, including interpersonal, human to
machine and machine to machine, through contemporary devices and materials.
CTE 481 Computer-Integrated and Robotics Manufacturing Technologies (3 cr)
In-depth examination and implementation of advanced computer aided drafting, 3D solids modeling, computer numerical control, basic and
advanced toolpath generation, virtual machining environments, and robotics applications. Enrollment per section limited to lab stations available.
CTE 494 Senior Project (3 cr)
In the last year of study, students select an individual design project related to their area of specialization within technology education. Some
students may have the option of joining a Senior Design Team in the College of Engineering.
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Institution: University of Idaho
Program: Engineering and Technology Education Endorsement
Framework for Teaching Domain # 1: Planning and Preparation
(Correlated to Idaho Core Teacher Standards 1, 2, and 7)
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Demonstrating knowledge of content and pedagogy
Demonstrating knowledge of students
Selecting instructional goals
Demonstrating knowledge of resources
Designing coherent instruction
Assessing student learning
Standard #1: Knowledge of Subject Matter - The teacher understands the central concepts, tools of inquiry, and structures of the content
area(s) taught and creates learning experiences that make these aspects of subject matter meaningful for learners.
Idaho Content Area Standards
For: Engineer and Technology
Education Endorsements
(Insert appropriate language from
content area “Knowledge” standards)
#1: Knowledge of Subject
Matter
(Insert appropriate language from
content area “Knowledge” standards)
Standard 1: Knowledge of
Subject Matter -- The teacher
understands the central
concepts, tools of inquiry, and
structures of the content
area(s) taught and creates
learning experiences that make
these aspects of subject matter
meaningful for learners.
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Coursework and/or
Equivalent Experience
Key Indicators Specific to Content
Competencies
Artifacts &
Performance Assessments
(List the required coursework and/or
verified equivalent experience)
(Insert language from content area “Performance”
standards that demonstrate key indicators)
(List the artifacts and/or
performance assessments that
show a clear correlation between
each key indicator)
EDUC 105 CAD Engineering and
Design 3 crs
The candidate knows and is able to:
EDUC 105 CAD Engineering and
Design 3 crs
1.1; 1.2; 1.3 – Weekly in class CAD
activities, Design Portfolio, Quizzes,
CADD project
EDUC 108 Introduction to Welding
Instruction 2 crs
1.1; 1.2; 1.3 – Weekly in class and
laboratory activities, quizzes test,
welding projects
EDUC 111 Introduction to
Manufacturing 3 crs
1.1; 1.2; 1.3 – Weekly in class
assignments, Portfolio, Projects,
quizzes and exams
Performance
1. The teacher demonstrates the basic skills
that support the fields of communications;
manufacturing; power, energy, and
transportation; construction; electronics;
and computer technology.
2. The teacher demonstrates how to install,
maintain, and troubleshoot computers and
peripheral equipment, telecommunications
equipment, and other related technology
applications.
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1.2; 1.3 – Portfolio, CADD
Project.
EDUC 108 Introduction to
Welding Instruction 2 crs
1.1 – Laboratory assignment,
Welding Project.
EDUC 111 Introduction to
Manufacturing 3 crs
1.1 – Portfolio, laboratory
Assignments, Projects.
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Knowledge
1. The teacher has a basic
understanding of contemporary
communications;
manufacturing; power, energy,
and transportation; construction;
electronics; and computer
systems.
2. The teacher understands the
operation and features of a
computer-aided design and
computer-aided manufacturing
systems.
3. The teacher understands the
principles and concepts of
technology and the related
mathematics concepts
associated with them.
4. The teacher knows the
classical and contemporary
elements, principles, and
processes of structural systems.
EDUC 107 Computer Operating
Systems 3 crs
3. The teacher demonstrates architectural
and mechanical drafting and
developmental skills.
1.1 – Weekly in class/ laboratory
assignments, quizzes, midterm
and final exam
CTE 130 Introduction to Electricity
and Electronics (3 cr)
1.1; 1.2; 1.3 – In class laboratory
activities, team building and
problem solving in lab Concept mini
lesson, Reflective writing in
engineering notebook
CTE 353 Manufacturing Systems (3
cr)
1.1; 1.2; 1.4 – In class laboratory
activities, team building and
problem solving in lab Concept mini
lesson, Reflective writing in
engineering notebook
CTE 310 Lab Safety, Management,
and Liability (3 cr)
1.1; – In class laboratory activities,
team building and problem solving
in lab Concept mini lesson,
Reflective writing in engineering
notebook
CTE 354 Construction Technology (3
cr)
1.1; 1.2; 1.4 – In class laboratory
activities, team building and
problem solving in lab Concept mini
lesson, Reflective writing in
engineering notebook, Portfolio,
Construction project
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EDUC 107 Computer Operating
Systems 3 crs
1.1; 1.3 - Laboratory
assignments exams
CTE 130 Introduction to
Electricity and Electronics (3 cr)
1.1 – Lesson plan for mini
lesson, laboratory Assignments,
EdTPA. Engineering notebook
CTE 353 Manufacturing Systems
(3 cr)
1.1 - Laboratory projects, lesson
plan for mini lesson, EdTPA,
Engineering notebook.
CTE 310 Lab Safety,
Management, and Liability (3 cr)
1.1 Laboratory projects, lesson
plan for mini lesson, EdTPA,
Engineering notebook
CTE 354 Construction
Technology (3 cr)
1.1; 1.3 - Laboratory projects,
EdTPA, Engineering notebook
CTE370 Power, Energy &
Transportation (3 cr)
1.1 – Lesson plan for mini
lesson, laboratory Assignments,
Team Project. Engineering
notebook
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CTE370 Power, Energy &
Transportation (3 cr)
1.1; 1.2; 1.4 – In class laboratory
activities, team building and
problem solving in lab Concept mini
lesson, Reflective writing in
engineering notebook, Portfolio,
design project
CTE 410 Technology and Society (3
cr)
CTE 410 Technology and Society
(3 cr)
1.1—Topical papers, exam,
final project
CTE 462 Communication
Technology (3 cr)
1.4 — Quizzes, exam, topical paper,
final project
1.1; 1.2— Video production,
outreach project, reflective
writing
CTE 462 Communication Technology
(3 cr)
CTE 481 Computer-Integrated
and Robotics Manufacturing
Technologies (3 cr)
1.1; 1.4 – Geocaching assignment,
sketching assignments, video
production project, outreach project,
reflective writing.
1.1; 1.2— Portfolio, laboratory
project, EdTPA, Engineering
notebook
CTE 481 Computer-Integrated and
Robotics Manufacturing
Technologies (3 cr)
CTE 494 Senior Project (3 cr)
1.1; 1.2; 1.3 – Design project
1.1; 1.3; 1.4 – In class laboratory
activities, team building and
problem solving in lab, Portfolio
Reflective writing in engineering
notebook
CTE 494 Senior Project (3 cr)
1.1; 1.2; 1.3; 1.4 – Design proposal,
team building and problem solving
in lab, final design project, design
notebook
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