Technology Education courses provide hands-on learning experiences along with skill development fostering the understanding of “technology” by the student. By practicing
a variety of methods and processes, students develop the ability to evaluate the quality of finished products as well as develop work ethics in the timely completion of
Technology Education is an academic setting in which success depends on the application of learned skills, cooperation and the social interaction among students.
Students may select a one semester course in Technology Education or select a combination of a 2 progressive level courses (such as Technology Education I and
Technology Education II) for a full year of credit in the curriculum.
Students can also select a combination of a 2 different Technology courses to explore a variety of skills and subject content for a full year in Technology Education.
Student planning careers in engineering, the sciences, management, sales, or general employment can benefit from a series of Technology Education courses.
Communication courses and drafting courses are particularly valuable for students considering engineering, graphic design, photography, and architecture.
Technology Education courses can help fulfill the humanities graduation requirement.