Monday, April 4, 2011

New York State Technology Education: History, the Current State of Affairs, and the Future ~ Phil Dettelis

This week features an ITEEA article written by Phil Dettelis pdetteli@mail.nysed.gov  Phil has been the New York State Technology Education Department's Assistant in Instructional Services for Technology Education for the past three years. Those of us who are members of ITEEA, regularly receive its Technology and Engineering Teacher  publication.
Phil Dettelis' article New York State Technology Education: History, the Current State of Affairs, and the Future  was included in its December/January 2011 issue. ITEEA and Phil provided CNYTEA written permission to share the article with our membershipThe next 5 images can be clicked on and will enlarge to feature individual pages of his article. I expect you will find his article a very good - one person's - view of how Industrial Arts transitioned to Technology Education in New York State. 
 
Steve Poydock
poydie2002@hotmail.com 



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