Teaching has always been a tough job, but when your
tools are old, you’re running low on materials, and the
textbooks may not be up to date, you may need some help.
At StudentAware we know that you can’t always find the
supplemental information you need. It’s not that you
don’t know where to look for it, it’s just that you
don’t always have the time to dig around. Well, we’ve
tried to make it a little easier for you to find the
help you need. Check out these tips pages and links for
some helpful tips to make teaching technology a little
Below you will find downloadable student handouts, checklists, quizzes,
and puzzles from StudentAware’s Technology Education shop-safety program. Just click on a
subject or a quiz and you will receive instruction on
how to download and print the pages and handouts for use
in your program.
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A good place to start is the International Technology Education Association.
You’ll find lots of helpful information on all types of
technology related subjects. Another site that should be
one of your first stops is Discovery. This site has over 40 links to other
helpful sites, as well as lesson plans and other helpful
information for technology education teachers. There are
many trade-specific sites like automotive, construction
trades, plumbing, and others. There are some very good
links for career information as well for your students.
Be sure to check out our Helpful Links page for helpful information on
everything from automotive lesson plans to the Vocational Information Center.
Tech Ed Teacher Forum
Do you have a question that another teacher might be
able to help you with? Want to know how other teachers
handle different challenges? Or just want to hear from
teachers who teach the same subject you do? Here’s the
place to make that happen. Check out the Tech Ed Teacher Forum.