Lesson Plans: High School
Welcome to the Technology & Engineering Education Association of Pennsylvania's High School Lesson Plan page! These lesson plans were developed by educators from right here in the Keystone State of Pennsylvania! If you are would like to offer us one of your lessons, please forward them to the TEEAP Webmaster.
The format of the lesson plan is not important, but you may download a copy of the template provided at the 2005 Governor's Institute for Technology Education by clicking here. Unlike the Template found on the K-12 Guide Page, this one includes some optional worksheets, design brief layout, and rubric template.
You can also use the Pennsylvania Department of Education's Standards Aligned System (SAS) website to create Lesson Plans using the materials found in on their Publsh Your Best page. These can then be submitted for inclusion on SAS for all teachers across the state.
Files below are in various formats including Microsoft PowerPoint and Word as well as Adobe Acrobat. These plans are available for you to download and use. Feel free to adapt them to suit your needs!
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Be sure to check out the ACTE Resource Center brought to you by the Association for Career and Technical Education!
Pennsylvania is a member state of the ITEEA's EbD Network. Schools across PA have free access to Engineering byDesign™ products. If you are interested in accessing it please contact Curtis Funkhouser, Curriculum & Instruction Consultant for STEM at the Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13 for details on how to access the materials!
We are delighted to invite you to the 2017 TEEAP STEM Conference. Please consider being a part of this outstanding event as a presenter, exhibitor, or just take part by attending — be a part of the STEM movement! You can visit our Conference page by clicking HERE to learn a little about the conference and some ways to get involved in our 2017 conference!
The ITEEA's 80th Annual Conference will be held In Atlanta, Georgia! This year's theme will be "Building Bridges Within The STEM Community and Beyond." Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) is very much a “buzzword” on today’s educational landscape. Every teacher, school, district, and state has its own version of what STEM means as well as how to help students engage in experiences that will prepare them for the 21st Century. Technology and Engineering is the foundation for making these experiences meaningful through integrative STEM education. Building bridges helps everyone to understand the important role technology and engineering contributes to STEM education.
This conference is an opportunity to recognize and honor the accomplishments of our colleagues and best-practice programs. Additionally, it provides professional development and networking opportunities, as well as opportunity to renew old friendships and create new friendships. For more information, click here.