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  • Middle School Children's Thinking in Technology Education: A Review of Literature 

    Sherman, Thomas M.; Sanders, Mark E.; Kwon, Hyuksoo; Pembridge, James (Digital Library and Archives of the Virginia Tech University Libraries, 2009)
  • The Original “Integrative STEM Education” Definition: Explained 

    Sanders, Mark E. (2015)
    “My work with integrative STEM education began in 1990 with the NSF-funded Technology, Science, Mathematics Integration Project… By 2008, I was convinced “STEM Education” was (and always would be) a hopelessly ambiguous ...
  • Science and Technology: A New Alliance 

    Sanders, Mark E. (Science Scope, 1993)
    "The Technology/Science/Math (T/S/M) Integration Project is an attempt to bring these areas together by better coordinating instruction. In doing so, content is more relevant and therefore better internalized by students." ...
  • STEM, STEM Education, STEMmania 

    Sanders, Mark E. (Technology Teacher, 2008)
    A series of circumstances has once more created an opportunity for technology educators to develop and implement new integrative approaches to STEM education championed by STEM education reform doctrine over the past two decades.
  • Technology, Science, Mathematics Integration 

    LaPorte, James E. (Council on Technology Teacher Education, 1995)
    "The idea of integrating technology, science, and mathematics curricula makes sense from a variety of perspectives. There is growing support from all three school disciplines involved. Moreover, the nature of learning promoted ...
  • TSM Integration Project: Integrating Technology, Science, and Mathematics in the Middle School 

    LaPorte, James E.; Sanders, Mark E. (The Technology Teacher, 1993)
    "Technological knowledge has existed far longer than scientific knowledge. Prior to the 1950s, the majority of the technological inventions and innovations did not rely upon scientific theory for their development. In the ...