Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics


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Planning, managing, and providing scientific research and professional and technical services (e.g., physical science, social science, engineering) including laboratory and testing services, and research and development services.

 
Cluster - Sequence of Courses Cluster Framework
Personal Learning Plan Template Program of Study Template
Program of Study:
Engineering and Technology Project Lead the Way

Assignment Code
Course Titles
(Click on course to view standards)
Certification Requirements
Career Cluster Foundational Courses
10004 Computer Applications K-12 Educational Technology, K-12 Classroom Technology, Business Education
22104 Service Learning 7th-12th grade certified teacher or certified school counselor
22150 Foundations of CTE Agriculture Ed., Business Ed., Marketing Ed., FACS Ed., Tech Ed.
22152 Employability Skills Agriculture Ed., Business Ed., Marketing Ed., FACS Ed., Tech Ed.
80023 Career Exploration All certified teachers or certified school counselor
Cluster Courses
21050 MS Technology Education Tech Ed.
21016 Middle School Mechatronics/Robotics Tech Ed.
21051 Introduction to Technology Education Tech Ed
12053 Entrepreneurship Business Ed., Marketing Ed., FACS Ed., Tech Ed.
21106 Mechanical Drafting & Design Drafting, Tech Ed
Pathway Courses
17006 Introduction to Architecture and Construction 7-12 Technology Education, Building Trades
17106 Electronics Tech Ed, Electronics
21009 Mechatronics/ Robotics K-12 Educational Technology, K-12 Classroom Technology, 7-12 Technology Education
21057 Alternate Energy Systems Tech Ed.
20053 Aviation Tech Ed.
21000 MS Engineering 6-8 Engineering Endorsement
21102 Introduction to Drafting and Design Drafting, Tech Ed
21103 Architectural Drafting Drafting, Tech Ed
21007 Engineering Design and Development 7-12 Technology Education, 9-12 Engineering
20101 Introduction to Energy/Power Tech Ed.
21001 Introduction to Engineering Tech Ed.
13002 Introduction to Manufacturing Tech Ed
21004 PLTW Principles of Engineering 9-12 Engineering Endorsement
21006 PLTW Introduction to Engineering Design 9-12 Engineering Endorsement
21007 PLTW Engineering Design and Development 7-12 Technology Education, 9-12 Engineering
21013 PLTW Aerospace Engineering 9-12 Engineering Endorsement
21014 PLTW Biotechnical Engineering 9-12 Engineering Endorsement
21012 PLTW Civil Engineering & Architecture 9-12 Engineering Endorsement
21010 PLTW Computer Integrated Manufacturing 9-12 Engineering Endorsement
21008 PLTW Digital Electronics 9-12 Engineering Endorsement
Capstone Experiences
80018 Youth Internships All certified teachers or certified school counselor
80019 Senior Experience All certified teachers or certified school counselor
80026 Entrepreneurship Experience All certified teachers or certified school counselor
22104 Service Learning 7th-12th grade certified teacher or certified school counselor
Syllabus
20101 Introduction to Energy/Power
21001 Introduction to Engineering
21004 Principles of Engineering
21006 Introduction to Engineering Design
21007 Engineering Design and Development
21016 Middle School Mechatronics/Robotics
21050 Middle School Technology Education
21051 Introduction to Technology Education
20053 Aviation
21057 Alternate Energy Systems
21106 Mechanical Drafting & Design
21107 Computer Assisted Drafting
13002 Introduction to Manufacturing
17106 Electronics

Useful Links:

Approved Program Application
Common Course Numbering
SD Cluster Standards
SD MyLife.com
SD Project Lead The Way

CONTACT

For more information, contact Jane Gubrud at the Department of Education's Division of Career and Technical Education at (605) 295-1892.