Technology and Mathematics Standards: An Integrated Approach

Citation data:

The Technology Teacher, Vol: 64, Issue: 2, Page: 8-12

Publication Year:
2004
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Repository URL:
https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/ncete_publications/56
Author(s):
Merrill, Chris; Comerford, Mark
Publisher(s):
International Technology and Engineering Educators Association
Tags:
technology; mathematics; standards; integrated approach; Engineering; Engineering Education; Mathematics
article description
The article focuses on the use of standards-based teaching and learning that has been gaining significant attention in the education world. State and national associations now base their specific subject area or discipline solely on standards, i.e., International Technology Education Association (ITEA), National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), National Science Education Association (NSEA). Moreover, at the public school level, state boards of education are holding school districts accountable for teaching standards-based curricula. It is with the latter definition in mind that the authors created a standards-based, integrated technology and mathematics lesson using the design and construction of stair systems.