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The magazine for technology, career-technical, and
The magazine for you.
techdirections helps teachers prepare students for advanced training and employment in technical and engineering careers. Our readers are teachers, department heads, and administrators in technology, career-technical, and engineering education from middle school through postsecondary levels. No other magazine covers the field like we do.
Published monthly August through May, the magazine features hands-on classroom projects that develop critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and knowledge of technology concepts. We also cover teaching trends and methods, successful programs, and special features on media, equipment, and supplies.
Comments from our readers:
“When I see products advertised in techdirections, I view them with weighted credibility, because I use techdirections as a source of support for teaching technology and engineering content.”
Dave Valentine, Industrial Tech Teacher, Bexley High School
“techdirections is the place I go to first for information on projects and products. I look at products that are listed and review their websites.”
Steve Walker, Technology Teacher, Marcellus Senior High School
“I have ordered catalogs and equipment from the vendors in the magazine. I would not have known about some of the companies if it wasn’t for techdirections.”
James McWilliams, Dept. Chair, Osbourn Park High School
“I usually get
the bulk of my classroom supplies from advertisers in techdirections. I just
grab the latest issue and call with my credit card in hand. techdirections is one of the most useful tools in developing and maintaining a great
Tech Arts program."
Michael Shallenberger, Dept. Head, Englewood Middle School
I hear of a product for the first time in techdirections.
This can influence what I purchase for a program.”
Genna Suraci, Principal, Ulster Career & Technical Center
“I was recently
approached by a local school system for recommendations . . . . My first response
was, “You need to get techdirections—it
provides informative articles and projects and introduces you to the companies
that sell the kind of kits and projects you seek.”
Judy Loar, Dept. Head, Community College of Baltimore County