Wisconsin Standards for Technology and Engineering




 No. 13087, 2013, 174 pp.

Bundle six 2013 Wisconsin CTE Standards and SAVE! Includes: Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources; Business and Information TechnologyFamily and Consumer Sciences; Health ScienceMarketing, Management, and Entrepreneurship; and Technology and Engineering.

The Wisconsin Standards for Technology and Engineering has ten distinct areas. Included in the ten areas is a content area titled Broad-based, which is foundational. Each standard area is unique and set-up in an easy to use manner for all classroom teachers. Standard areas include: Architecture and Construction; Biotechnology; Communications and Information Technology; Electronics; Engineering; Environmental Technologies; Manufacturing; Power and Energy; and Transportation.

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