Publications by NCETE Personnel 2004 – 2012

 

Asunda, P. A. (2007). A multisite case study of faculty and teacher perceptions of NCETE professional development workshops on engineering design content. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Multisite_Case_Study_Asunda.pdf

Asunda, P. A. (2011). Open courseware and STEM initiatives in career and technical education. Journal of sTEm Education, 48(2), 6-37.

Asunda, P. A. (2012). Standards for technological literacy and STEM education delivery through career and technical education programs. Journal of Technology Education, 23(2), 44-60.

Asunda, P. A., & Hill, R. (2007). Critical features of engineering design in technology education. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 44(1), 25-48.

Asunda, P. A., & Hill, R. (2007). Features of engineering design in technology education. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Critical_Features_Asunda_Hill_y1.pdf

Asunda, P. A., & Hill, R. B. (2008). Preparing technology teachers to teach engineering design. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 45(1), 26-53.

Austin, C. Y. (2009). Factors influencing African-American high school students in career decision self-efficacy and engineering-related goal intentions. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Minnesota. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Austin_Dissertation.pdf

Austin, C. (2010). Perceived factors that influence career decision self-efficacy and engineering related goal intentions of African-American high school students. Career and Technical Education Research, 35(3), 119-135.

Avery, Z. K. (2009). Effects of professional development on infusing design into high school science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) curricula. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Utah State University. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Avery_Dissertation_Final.pdf

Becker, K., Hailey, C., & Thomas, M. (2008). Developing connections with the engineering community. In Custer, R. L., & Erekson, T. L. (Eds.). Engineering and technology education (pp. 159-175). Woodland Hills, CA: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill.

Bellamy, J., & Mativo, J. M. (2010). A different angle for teaching math. Technology Teacher. 69(2), 26-28.

Brenner, D., & Kelley, T. R. (2008). Resources: E-book readers. Technology and Children, 13(2), 14-15.

Brown, J., Brown R., & Merrill, C. (2012). Science and technology educators’ enacted curriculum: Areas of possible collaboration for an integrative STEM approach in public schools. Technology Teacher, 71(4), 30-34.

Brown, R., Brown J., Reardon, K., & Merrill, C. (2011). Understanding STEM: Current perceptions. Technology & Engineering Teacher, 70(6), 5-9.

Brusic, S., Kuetemeyer, F., & Kelley, T. (2012). Engineering and technology: Real-world applications. Columbus, OH: McGraw-Hill.

Childress, V. (2006). [Review of the book Teaching about technology: An introduction to the philosophy of technology for non-philosophers]. Journal of Technology Education, 17(2), 76-77.

Childress, V. (2006). Logic circuits and the quality of life. Technology Teacher, 65(5), 12-16.

Childress, V., & Rhodes, C. (2008). Engineering outcomes for grades 9 - 12. Technology Teacher. 67(7), 5-12.

Childress, V., Rhodes, C., & Welty, K. (2008). Core engineering concepts. In Custer, R. L., & Erekson, T. L. (Eds.). Engineering and technology education (pp. 37-56). Woodland Hills, CA: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill.

Crossfield, P., Daugherty, M. K., & Merrill, C. (2004). Teacher attitudes toward and perceptions of student performance on the design component of the Caribbean Examinations Council Mechanical Engineering Technology Examination. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 41(3) 31-53.

Culbertson, C. E., Daugherty, M. K., & Merrill, C. (2004). Effects of modular technology education on junior high students’ achievement scores. Journal of Technology Education, 16(1), 7-20.

Custer, R. L., & Daugherty, J. L. (2009). The nature and status of STEM professional development: Effective practices for secondary level engineering education. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/PD_Landscape_Study_Custer_Daugherty.pdf

Custer, R. L., & Daugherty, J. (2009). Professional development for teachers of engineering: Research and related activities. The Bridge, 39(3), 18-24.

Custer, R. L., & Daugherty, J. L. (2011). Teaching engineering concepts in high school project. Journal of Technology Education, 23(1), 2-5.

Custer, R. L., Daugherty, J. L., & Meyer, J. P. (2009). Formulating a concept base for secondary level engineering: A review and synthesis. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Engr_Concept_Study_NCETE_Final%20Report.pdf

Custer, R. L., Daugherty, J., & Meyer, J. (2010). Formulating a concept base for secondary education: A review and synthesis. Journal of Technology Education, 22(1), 4-21.

Custer, R. L., & Erekson, T. L. (Eds.). (2008). Engineering and technology education. Woodland Hills, CA: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill.

Custer, R. L., & Erekson, T. L. (2008). Engineering and technology education – Key challenges for the future. In Custer, R. L., & Erekson, T. L. (Eds.). Engineering and technology education (pp. 259-276). Woodland Hills, CA: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill.

Custer, R. L., Hailey, C., Cunningham, C., Erekson, T., & Householder, D. L. (2008). Professional development for engineering and technology: A national symposium. Proceedings and Future Agenda for an NSF-funded symposium conducted in Dallas, TX in February 2007.

Daugherty, J. L. (2008). Engineering-oriented professional development for secondary level teachers: A multiple case study analysis. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Illinois. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/J_Daugherty_Dissertation_2008.pdf

Daugherty, J. L. (2009). Engineering professional development design for secondary school teachers: A multiple case study. Journal of Technology Education, 21(1), 10-24.

Daugherty, J. L. (2011). Mapping engineering concepts for secondary level education. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/publications_rete.php

Daugherty, J. L., Custer, R. L., & Dixon, R. A. (2012). Mapping concepts for learning and assessment. Technology and Engineering Teacher, 71(8), 10-14.

Daugherty, J. L., & Custer, R. L. (2010). Secondary level engineering professional development: Content, pedagogy, and challenges. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 22(1), 51-64. doi:10.1007/s10798-010-9136-2.

Daugherty, J., & Mentzer, N. (2008). Analogical reasoning in the engineering design process and technology education applications. Journal of Technology Education, 19(2), 7-21.

Daugherty, J. L., Reese, G. C., & Merrill, C. (2010). Trajectories of mathematics and technology education pointing to engineering design. Journal of Technology Studies, 36(1), 46-52.

Daugherty, J., Zeng, Y., Westrick, M., Custer, R. L., & Merrill, C. (2007). Delivering core engineering concepts to secondary level students. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Delivering_Core_Concepts_Merrill.pdf

Davey, S., Smith, W. S., & Merrill, C. (2009). Internationalizing technology teaching with blogs and bananas. Technology Teacher, 69(3), 22-26.

Denson, C. (2008). Resources: Handheld computing devices. Technology and Children, 13(1), 16-18.

Denson, C. D. (2008). Impact of mentorship programs to influence African-American male high school students’ perception of engineering. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Georgia. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/denson_cameron_d_200808_phd.pdf

Denson, C. D. (2011). Building a framework for engineering design experiences in STEM: A synthesis. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Denson%20Synthesis.pdf

Denson, C. D., Avery, Z. K., & Schell, J. W. (2007). Critical inquiry into urban African-American students’ perceptions of engineering. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Denson_Avery_Schell.pdf

Denson, C. D., Avery, Z. K., & Schell, J. W. (2009). Critical inquiry into urban African-American students' perceptions of engineering. Journal of African American Studies, 14(1), 61-74.

Denson, C., & Hill, R. B. (2010). Impact of formal mentorship programs on African-American high school students. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 47(1), 100-128.

Denson, C., Kelley, T., & Wicklein, R. C. (2009). Integrating engineering design into technology education: Georgia's perspective. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 46(1), 81-102.

Devine, K., Merrill, C., Brown, R., & Brown, J. (2010). Improving geometric and trigonometric knowledge and skill for high school mathematics teachers: A professional development partnership. Journal of Technology Studies, 36(2), 20-30.

de Vries, M., Custer, R., Dakers, J., & Martin, G. (Eds.). (2008). Analyzing best practices in technology education. Boston: Sense Publishers.

Dixon, R. (2009). Nurturing collaboration and innovation in a TVET teacher education programme. Caribbean Journal of Education, 31(1), 89-101.

Dixon, R. A. (2010). Experts and novices: Differences in their use of mental representation and metacognition in engineering design. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Illinois. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Dixon_Raymond_Dissertation.pdf

Dixon, R. A., & Brown, R. (in press). Transfer of learning: Connecting concepts during problem solving. Journal of Technology Education.

Dixon, R. A., & Johnson, S. D. (2011). Experts vs. novices: Differences in how mental representations are used in engineering design. Journal of Technology Education, 23(1), 47-65.

Dixon, R.A., & Johnson, S. D. (in press). The use of executive control processes in engineering design by engineering students and professional engineers. Journal of Technology Education.

Erekson, T. L. (2005). Examples of leadership. What we can learn from technology education leaders. Technology Teacher, 65(1), 27-30.

Erekson, T. L., & Custer, R. L. (2008). Conceptual foundations: Engineering and technology education. In Custer, R. L., & Erekson, T. L. (Eds.). Engineering and technology education (pp. 1-12). Woodland Hills, CA: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill.

Erekson, T., & Shumway, S. (2006). Integrating the study of technology into the curriculum: A consulting teacher model. Journal of Technology Education, 19(1), 27-38.

Foutz, T., Navarro, M., Hill, R., Thompson, S., Miller, K., & Riddleberger, D. (2011). Using the discipline of agricultural engineering to integrate math and science. Journal of STEM Education, 12(1), 24-32.

Franske, B. J. (2009). Engineering problem finding in high school students. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Minnesota. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Franske%20FINAL%20Dissertation%20for%20UMI.pdf

Gattie, D. K., & Wicklein, R. C. (2007). Curricular value and instructional needs for infusing engineering design into K-12 technology education. Journal of Technology Education, 19(1), 6-18.

Hailey, C., Erekson, T., Becker, K., & Thomas, M. (2005). National Center for Engineering and Technology Education. Technology Teacher. 64(5) 23-26.

Hill, R. B. (2006). New perspectives: Technology teacher education and engineering design. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 43(3), 45-63.

Hill, R. B., Kellam, N., & Gattie, D. (2008). Essential mathematics and science content as a base for understanding and teaching engineering principles. In Custer, R. L., & Erekson, T. L. (Eds.). Engineering and technology education (pp. 103-132). Woodland Hills, CA: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill

Householder, D. L. (2008). [Review of the book Analyzing best practices in technology education, edited by M. de Vries, R. Custer, J. Dakers, & G. Martin]. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 18(3), 313-317.

Householder, D. L. (Ed.). (2011). Engineering challenges in high school STEM courses: A compilation of invited position papers. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Engr%20Design%20Challenges%20Compilation.pdf

Householder, D. L. (2012). [Review of the book Fostering human development through engineering and technology education, edited by M. Barak & M. Hacker]. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 22(3), 417-422. doi: 10.1007/s10798-012-9203-y

Householder, D. L., & Hailey, C. E. (Eds.) (2012). Incorporating engineering design challenges into STEM courses. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/NCETECaucusReport.pdf

Hummell, L. J., Lipton, E. B., Morrow, M., Streichler, J., & Zuga, K. (2007). Should there be a national curriculum for technological literacy? Technology Teacher, 66(5), 29–33.

Johnson, S. D., Burghardt, M. D., & Daugherty, J. (2008). Research frontiers – An emerging research agenda. In Custer, R. L., & Erekson, T. L. (Eds.). Engineering and technology education (pp. 233-257). Woodland Hills, CA: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill.

Johnson, S. D., & Daugherty, J. (2008). Quality and characteristics of recent research in technology education. Journal of Technology Education, 20(1), 16-31.

Johnson, S. D., Dixon, R., Daugherty, J., & Lawanto, O. (2011). General versus specific intellectual competencies: The question of learning transfer. In M. Barak & M. Hacker (Eds.), Fostering human development through engineering and technology education (pp. 55-71). Boston: Sense Publishers.

Kelley, T. R. (2007). Resources: Building big (and small). Technology and Children, 12(1), 12 -13.

Kelley, T. R. (2008). Cognitive processes of students participating in two approaches to technology education. Journal of Technology Education, 19(2), 50-64.

Kelley, T. R. (2008). Examination of engineering design in curriculum content and assessment practices of secondary technology education. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Georgia. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/kelley_todd_200808_phd.pdf

Kelley, T. R. (2008). Resources: Getting there: Space. Technology and Children, 12(3), 10-11.

Kelley, T. R. (2008). Resources: Staying in touch – gone global. Technology and Children, 12(4), 8-9.

Kelley, T. R. (2008). Using engineering cases in technology education. Technology Teacher, 68(7), 5-9.

Kelley, T. R. (2010). Design assessment: Consumer Reports style. Technology Teacher, 69(8), 12-16.

Kelley, T. R. (2010). Optimization, an important stage of engineering design. Technology Teacher, 69(5), 18-23.

Kelley, T. (2010). Staking the claim for the 'T" in STEM. Journal of Technology Studies, 36(1), 2-11.

Kelley, T. (2011). Engineer’s notebook – A design assessment tool. Technology and Engineering Teacher, 70(7), 30-35.

Kelley, T. (2012). Voices from the past: Messages for a STEM future. Journal of Technology Studies, 38(1), 34-42.

Kelley, T. R., & Berrett, J. (2007). Resources: Student friendly modeling materials, Technology and Children, 12(2), 12-13.

Kelley, T. R., & Brenner, D. (2008). Resources: The future: “Gizmos”, Technology and Children, 13(2), 14-15.

Kelley, T., Brenner, D. C., & Pieper, J. T. (2010). PLTW and EPICS-High: Curriculum comparisons to support problem solving in the context of engineering design. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Kelley%20Final%20Report%20Rev.pdf

Kelley, T. R., Brenner, D., & Pieper, J. (2010). Two approaches to engineering design: Observations in sTEm education. Journal of sTEm Teacher Education, 47(2), 5-40.

Kelley, T. R., & Hill, R. B. (2007). Cognitive processes of students participating in two approaches to technology education. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Cognitive_Processes_Kelley--HillYr2.pdf

Kelley, T. R., & Kellam, N. (2009). A theoretical framework to guide the re-engineering of technology education. Journal of Technology Education, 20(2), 37-49.

Kelley, T. R., & Wicklein, R. C. (2009). Examination of assessment practices for engineering design projects in secondary education. (First in a 3-part series). Journal of Industrial Teacher Education 46(1), 6-31.

Kelley, T. R., & Wicklein, R. C. (2009). Examination of assessment practices for engineering design projects in secondary education. (Second in a 3-part series). Journal of Industrial Teacher Education 46(2), 6-25.

Kelley, T. R., & Wicklein, R. C. (2009). Teacher challenges to implement engineering design in secondary technology education. (Third in a 3-part series). Journal of Industrial Teacher Education 46(3), 34-50.

Lammi, M. D. (2010). Characterizing high school students’ systems thinking in engineering design through the function-behavior-structure (FBS) framework. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Utah State University. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Lammi_Dissertation.pdf

Lawanto, O. (2005). The self-management of cognition in a team-based engineering design project: A case study. Retrieved from the NCETE web site: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Self-Management_Lawanto.pdf

Lawanto, O. (2010). Students’ metacognition during an engineering design project. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 23(2), 115-134.

Lawanto, O. (2011). Understanding of student task interpretation, design planning, and cognitive strategies during engineering design activities in grades 9-12. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Lawanto%20Final%20Report%202.pdf

Lawanto, O., & Johnson, S. D. (2012). Metacognition in an engineering design project. International Journal of Engineering Education, 28(1), 92-102.

Lawanto, O., Santoso, H., & Liu, Y. (2012). Understanding of the relationship between interest and expectancy for success in engineering design activity in grades 9-12. Educational Technology and Society,15(1), 152-161. ­

Lawanto, O., & Stewardson, G. (2009). Engineering design activity: Understanding how different design activities influence students’ motivation in grades 9-12. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Lawanto%20Final%20Report.pdf

Lawanto, O. & Stewardson, G. (2011). Students’ interest and expectancy for success while engaged in analysis and creative design activities. International Journal of Technology and Design Education. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1007/s10798-011-9175-3.

Lewis, T. (2004). A turn to engineering: The continuing struggle of technology education for legitimization as a school subject. Journal of Technology Education, 16(1), 21-39.

Lewis, T. (2005). Coming to terms with engineering design as content. Journal of Technology Education, 16(2), 34-51.

Lewis, T. (2006). Creativity: A framework for the design/problem solving discourse in technology education. Journal of Technology Education, 17(1), 36-53.

Lewis, T. (2006) Design and inquiry: Bases for an accommodation between science and technology education in the curriculum. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 43(3), 255-281.

Lewis, T. (2007) Engineering education in the schools. International Journal of Engineering Education, 23(5), 843-852.

Lewis, T. (2009). Creativity in technology education: Providing children with glimpses of their inventive potential. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 19(3), 255-268. doi: 10.1007/s10798-008-9051-y

Lewis, T., & Newell, T. (2008). The engineering profession. In Custer, R. L., & Erekson, T. L. (Eds.). Engineering and technology education (pp. 13-36). Woodland Hills, CA: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill.

Lipton, E. B. (2005). President’s message: Advancing the TIDE of technology education. Technology Teacher, 64(6), 29-36.

Lipton, E. B. (2007). Should there be a national curriculum for technological literacy? Technology Teacher, 66(5), 30-31.

Mathis, P., & Mentzer, N. (2011). Civil engineering and structures. Children’s Technology and Engineering, 15(4), 12-14.

Mathis, P., & Mentzer, N. (2011). Wind energy and the environment. Children's Technology and Engineering, 15(3), 12-14.

Mativo, J. M. (2005, December). Preparation of an industrial technology teacher and administrator for a developing country. TechDirections, pp. 22 – 25.

Mativo, J. M. (2005, February). Wood education: A comprehensive approach for curriculum integration. TechDirections, pp 24- 26.

Mativo, J. M. (2006). Clean American fuels. Eleventh grade. Ohio Department of Education (ODE) Model Lessons: Columbus, OH. Retrieved from http://ims.ode.state.oh.us/ODE/IMS/Lessons/Web_Content/CTE_LP_S01_BC_L11_I01_01.pdf

Mativo, J. M. (2006). Interdisciplinary lesson: Beep beep zoom: Relationships among technologies. Second grade. ODE Model Lessons: Columbus, OH. Retrieved from http://ims.ode.state.oh.us/ODE/IMS/Lessons/Web_Content/CTE_LP_S01_BC_L02_I02_01.pdf

Mativo, J. M. (2006). Interdisciplinary lesson: Series and parallel electric circuits. Eleventh grade. ODE Model Lessons: Columbus, OH. Retrieved from http://ims.ode.state.oh.us/ODE/IMS/Lessons/Web_Content/CTE_LP_S07_BA_L11_I03_01.pdf

Mativo, J. M. (2006). Interdisciplinary lesson: Technology tradeoffs: Why should I care? Ninth grade. ODE Model Lessons: Columbus, OH. Retrieved from http://ims.ode.state.oh.us/ODE/IMS/Lessons/Web_Content/CTE_LP_S02_BA_L09_I01_01.pdf

Mativo, J. M., & Sirinterlikci, A. (2005). A novel approach in integrating product design in curriculum: Toy and entertainment animatron design. Journal of Manufacturing Systems, 24(3), 194-200.

Mativo, J. M., & Sirinterlikci, A. (2005). What makes a good materials learning experience in a technology program? Proceedings of the 2005 Materials Science & Technology Annual Conference & Exposition, Pittsburgh, PA, pp 81-91.

Mativo, J., & Wicklein R. (2011). Learning effects of design strategies on high school students. Journal of sTEm Teacher Education, 48(3), 66-92.

Mativo, J. M., Womble, M. N., & Jones, K. H. (2011). Engineering and technology students’ perceptions of courses. International Journal of Design and Technology Education. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1007/s10798-011-9167-3.

McAlister, B., Hacker, M., & Tiala, S. (2008). Engineering content and the technology education curriculum. In Custer, R. L., & Erekson, T. L. (Eds.). Engineering and technology education (pp. 77-101). Woodland Hills, CA: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill.

McSpadden, M., & Kelley, T. (2012). Engineering design: Diverse design teams to solve real-world problems. Technology Teacher, 72(1), 17-21.

Mentzer, N. J. (2008). Academic performance as a predictor of student growth in achievement and mental motivation during an engineering design challenge in engineering and technology education. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Utah State University. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Nathan_Mentzer_Dissertation.pdf

Mentzer, N. (2011). Engineering design thinking and information gathering. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/publications_rete.php

Mentzer, N. (2011). High school engineering and technology education integration through design challenges. Journal of sTEm Teacher Education, 48(2), 103-136.

Mentzer, N., & Becker, K. (2009). Motivation while designing in engineering and technology education impacted by academic preparation. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 46(3), 90-112.

Mentzer, N., & Becker, K. (2010). Academic preparedness as a predictor of achievement in an engineering design challenge. Journal of Technology Education, 22(1), 22-42.

Mentzer, N., Mentzer, F., & Jones, K. (2008). Join the mission, design a patch. Technology and Children, 12(4).

Merrill, C. (2004). Action research and technology education. Technology Teacher, 63(8), 6-8.

Merrill, C. (2006). Best practices, In G. E. Martin & C. M. Martin (Eds.). Best practices in technology education: A collection of 21st Century best practices in technology education. San Marcos, TX: Technical Foundation of America.

Merrill, C., Cardon, P. L., Helgeson, K. R., & Warner, S. A. (2006). Technology education research symposium: An action research approach. Technology Teacher, 65(4), 6-10.

Merrill, C., & Comerford, M. (2004). Technology and mathematics standards: An integrated approach. Technology Teacher, 64(2), 8-12.

Merrill, C., Custer, R. L., Daugherty, J., Westrick, M., & Zeng, Y. (2009). Delivering core engineering concepts to secondary level students. Journal of Technology Education, 20(1), 48-64.

Merrill, C., & Daugherty, J. (2010). STEM education and leadership: A mathematics and science partnership approach. Journal of Technology Education, 21(2), 21-34.

Merrill, C., Reece, G., & Daugherty, J. (2010). Mathematics education. In P. A. Reed & J. E. LaPorte, (Eds.), Research in technology education (pp. 139-154). Woodland Hills, CA: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill.

Merrill, C. P., & Sanders, M. (2008). Engineering-related K-12 initiatives. In Custer, R. L., & Erekson, T. L. (Eds.). Engineering and technology education (pp. 177-202). Woodland Hills, CA: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill.

Rhodes, C., & Childress, V. (2010). Engineering student outcomes for infusion into technological literacy programs: Grades 9-12. Journal of Technology Education, 21(2), 69-83.

Roue, L. C. (2007). Young women’s perceptions of technology and engineering: Factors influencing their participation in math, science and technology. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Young_Women%27s_Interest_Roue.pdf

Roue, L. C. (2011). A study of grade level and gender differences in divergent thinking among 8th and 11th graders in a mid-western school district. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Minnesota. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Roue%20Dissertation%20Final%20Upload.pdf

Schreuders, P., & Lammi, M. (2012). Student attitude and achievement with computer-based instrumentation. International Journal of Engineering Education, 28(1), 1-10.

Shumway, S. (2008). Design activity: Students designing their own video games, Technology and Children, 12(3), 12-13.

Shumway, S., & Berrett, J. (2004). Standards-based curriculum development for pre-service and in-service: A “partnering” approach using modified backwards design. Technology Teacher, 64(3), 26-29.

Shumway, S., & Wright, G. (2009). A case study of the implementation of an engineering program into a high school technology education classroom. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Shumway_Wright_Final_Report.pdf

Smith, P. C., & Wicklein, R. C. (2007). Essential aspects and related academic concepts of an engineering design curriculum in secondary technology education. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Identifying_Essential_Smith--Wicklein_Yr2.pdf

Stricker, D. R. (2008). Perceptions of creativity in art, music and technology. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Minnesota. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/stricker_david_200808_phd.pdf

Stricker, D. (2009). Thinking small: Nano small. Technology and Children, 13(3), 14-15.

Stricker, D. (2010). A case study: Teaching engineering concepts in science. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/publications_rete.php

Stricker, D. (2011). A case study: Teaching engineering concepts in science. Journal of sTEm Teacher Education, 48(2), 63-102.

Terry, R. E. (2008). Engineering and technology educators working together to promote interest in engineering and technology disciplines in K-12 students. In Custer, R. L., & Erekson, T. L. (Eds.). Engineering and technology education (pp. 219-222). Woodland Hills, CA: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill.

Thai, C. N., Mativo, J. M., & Clinton, G. (2010). Robotics-based curriculum development for an immigration course into computer systems engineering. Technological Developments in Education and Automation, pp. 165-171

Thompson, E., & Mativo, J. M. (2011). Understanding designs of mechanical systems. Technology and Engineering Teacher, 70(8), 1-5.

Walrath, D. J. (2008). Complex systems in engineering and technology education: A mixed methods study investigating the role computer simulations serve in student learning. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Utah State University. Retrieved from the NCETE website: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Doug_Walrath_Dissertation.pdf

 Welty, K. (2009). Appendix B: Curriculum projects: Descriptive summaries (pp. 189-207); and Appendix C: (included CD) in Katehi, Pearson, & Feder, (Eds.). Engineering in K-12 education: Understanding the status and improving the prospects. Washington, DC: National Academies Press.

Werner, G., Kelley, T. R., & Rogers, G. E. (2011). Perceptions of parents related to Project Lead The Way. Journal of sTEm Teacher Education, 48(2), 137-154.

Wicklein, R. C. (2004). Critical issues and problems in technology education. Technology Teacher, 64(4), 6-9.

Wicklein, R. C. (2006). Five good reasons for engineering as the focus for technology education. Technology Teacher, 65(7), 25-29.

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