Wisconsin Technology and Engineering Education (TEE) Standards Resources:
The primary mission of Technology and Engineering Education (TEE) is to prepare students for technology and engineering occupations and to teach students about technology and engineering Technology and Engineering Education focuses on those aspects of technology and engineering that affect every member of society, whereas preparation for technology and engineering occupations focuses on the preparation of individuals to work in a variety of technology and engineering functions.
Within the local school district and community, it is the technology and engineering educator who must develop and nurture a comprehensive technology and engineering program. The support base for the program should include former students, business employees/employers, informed educators, parents and all others who recognize that technology and engineering education can improve the quality of life for the individual and well-being of the community.
The Technology and Engineering Education consultant and staff at the Department of Public Instruction offer major support to technology and engineering educators at all levels.
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Standards 101: An orientation to CTE Standards in Wisconsin.
Career and Technical Education Enrollment Reporting System (CTEERS) Senior Graduation Numbers and Rates
A one page flyer explaining what Career and Technical Education is about.
II. Technology and Engineering Education Program Resources
Course alignment document with TEE Standards, WCCTS, Literacy, and Mathematical Practices.
Information about establishing local math equivalency credit to technology and engineering courses as well as Project Lead the Way (PLTW) course.
Information about establishing local science equivalency credit to technology and engineering courses as well as Project Lead the Way (PLTW) course.
III. Connecting TEE to Wisconsin Common Career Technical Standards
Wisconsin Common Career Technical Standards - CTE Department Activity.
IV. Technology and Engineering Education Standards Supplement
A more detailed Table of Contents listing for new TE Standards book.
V. Connecting Technology and Engineering Education to Common Core State Standards (Disciplinary Literacy)
Common Core Standards for Literacy in All Subjects diagram integrating Reading, Writing, Language, Speaking and Listening for application in all subjects.