Technology & Engineering Education

The Technology & Engineering Education K-12 Program prepares graduates to teach in elementary, middle, secondary, and adult Technology & Engineering Education programs in Connecticut and throughout the United States. Technology & Engineering Education is an excellent career choice for anyone committed to life-long learning and willing to dedicate him/herself to helping others. Current teacher shortages in the discipline have prompted many school systems throughout the country to offer financial incentives in a bid to attract qualified Technology & Engineering Education instructors to their systems. Technology & Engineering Education graduates may also obtain positions as teachers in foreign countries, instructors/supervisors in human resource programs in industry or government agencies, and as industry professionals. Preparation as a technology educator culminates with a core of professional education courses involving teaching strategies, evaluation and curriculum development and student teaching. Individuals who have already have a bachelor's degree who desire to meet certification requirements for teaching Technology & Engineering Education in Connecticut should contact the department.

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