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August 2007 RC Boats Make Waves • Enter the Fourth Annual Inventors Contest • Construction Management Program Builds Financial Development from the Ground Up • Power Play—Calculating Home Electricity Consumption • Career Directions—Solar Energy Technician • Product Showcase$3

December 2006 From Sci-Fi to Reality—Mobile Robots Get the Job Done • Design Team Approach Simulates Real-World Engineering • Connecting Teachers and Parents through the Internet • Aspiring Architects Draft Their Future • 1 + 1 = 3—Cross-Discipline Collaboration Really Adds Up! • Career Directions—Information Security Specialist • e-gallery • On-Demand Classroom Projects: Combustion Rocket, Assembly Line Activities Introduce Mass Production $3

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October 2007 Rock Your Classroom—Use Subwoofers to Teach Electricity and Science • Sure, They Can Build It But . . . Manufacturing Students Need Process Planning Skills • Teach Graphic Design Basics with PowerPoint • Free Teacher Resources$3

November 2007 Video Game Programmers Learn to "Pitch" • Project Teaches Students to Diagnose an Ailing Windows OS • See the Math with Your Binoculars! • Career Directions—Fire Safety Technician • ACTE Convention and Career Tech Expo Preview • Hands-On Activities • $3

December 2007 Is This Op-Amp Any Good? Lab-Built Checker Removes All Doubt • Here Comes the Sun! Residential Solar Systems Add Up to Savings • Pinhole Cameras—For Science, Art, and Fun! • Poster Project Maps Out Design Process • Gifts for Geeks • e-gallery • $3

January 2008 Engineering and Product Design Capstone Course—Electrathon Vehicle Competition Draws It All Together • Don't Throw It Away! Raise Recycling Awareness Through Communications Project • Rollin' in Style! Students Design Bike-Mounted Skateboard Racks • Reaching New Heights in Middle School Science—Straw Tower Competition Builds Student Interest • Annual Media Review • $3

February 2008 How Engineers Engineer—Lessons from My First Big Engineering Project • Tips on Creating Complex Geometry Using Solid Modeling Software • Press to Test—Shop-Built BJT Checker Is Easy to Use • Career Direections—Cable Television Technician • ITEA Conference—Teaching TIDE with Pride • Professional Development Opportunitues • $3

March 2008 HDTV—Understanding the New, Dealing with the Old • Technical Studies Lead to Dream Career • Fill and Fund Your CAD Classroom with These Exciting Strategies • STEM Progress in Katrina's Wake • School Web Site of the Month • Spring Spotlight • $3

April 2008 A Bridge to the Future • Aeronautics Study Takes Off! Glider Design for Beginners • Career Directions—Project Engineer in the Heavy Construction Industry for Renewable Energy • Annual Buyer's Guide • $3

September 2007 Dome, Sweet Dome—Geodesic Structures Teach Math, Science, and Techology Principles • Help Students Become Wise Energy Consumers • How Does Ferpa Affect You? • Career Directions—Camera Operator and Videographer • e-gallery $3

August 2008 Project Hill Climb—Drafting and Design in Motion • Technical Problem Solving Can Be Kids’ Play • School Web Site of the Month • Fifth Annual Inventor’s Competition—The Great Milk Carton Challenge • Product Showcase • $3

May 2008 Road to Success—Service Learning Enhances Tech Ed Experience • Balsa Tower Walls Brave ‘BIg Buster’ • These Kids Are Really on the Ball—Inventors Competition Winners • School Web Site of the Month • Career Directions—Animator • Career Exploration Tools Guide • Index to Volume 67 • $3

September 2008 Easy-to-Implement Project Integrates Basic Electronics and Computer Programming • Not Just for English Classes—Writing Skills Essential in Tech Ed Today • Career Directions—Fluid Power Technician • High Tech High School Wins School Web Site of the Month • e-gallery • $3

October 2008 Exploring Engineering—Pros Can Help Make It Real • Challenge Students to Design an Energy-Efficient Home • CTE Teacher Succession—Insuring a Smooth Transition • Reservoir High’s TE Site Wins Web Site of the Month • ACTE Convention and Career Tech Expo—Racing Toward Charlotte • Hands-On Activities • $3

November 2008 Exploring Engineering—Pros Can Help Make It Real • Challenge Students to Design an Energy Efficient Home • CTE Teacher Succession—Insuring a Smooth Transition • Reservoir High's TE Site Wins Web Site of the Month • ACTE Convention and Career Tech Expo—Racing Toward Charlotte • Hands-On Activities • $3

December 2008 Digital Portfolios—Powerful Marketing Tool for Communication Students • Choosing the Right CC Welding Unit—Student Success Depends on It • Think Green—Increasing Awareness of Garbage and Recycling • Think Green—Teach Students Ways to Reduce Home Energy Use • Go International! Build a Simplified Shortwave Receiver • Mooresville Middle School Snags Web Site of the Month • Gifts for Geeks • $3

January 2009 Surprising Beauty in Technical Photography • Keeping It Safe—Safety and Liability Advice for CTE Programs • Sweet! Candy Bar Activity Incorporates CAD, Math, and Design • Garden Grove's Newsy Web Site Wins Honors • Annual Media Review • $3

February 2009 Score Big! Pinball Project Teaches Simple Machine Basics • Hot Topics! Heat Pumps and Geothermal Energy • Does It Work? 555 Timer Checker Leaves No Doubt • Welding Technician • Professional Development Opportunities • $3

March 2009 Job Shadowing Introduces the Realities of Manufacturing • Statistics to the Rescue! Using Data to Evaluate a Manufacturing Process • Career Directions—Desktop Publishing Specialist • International Technology Education Association Conference—Delivering the T & E in STEM • Spring Spotlight • $3

April 2009 Livin’ off the Grid—Solar Decathlon Is as Green as It Gets • Challenge Students Skills and Creativity with Student-Directed Projects • Riverdale High's Sites Are a Real Team Effort • Annual Buyers’ Guide • $3

August 2009 BLAST OFF! The Team America Rocketry Challenge • Preparing Students for Success in the New Global Economy • Stretch Students' Creativity with This Year's Inventors Contest • Career Directions—Wind Turbine Technician • Product Showcase • Teaching with Technology • Website of the Month • Bright Ideas for Teachers • Digital Fun • $3

September 2009 No Boys Allowed—All-Girl Class Gets Students Hooked on TE • 'Snow Soup'—Students Take on Animation Creation • Teacher-Built Gauge Makes Power Tool Alignment Easy • Aquaponics and Hydroponics on a Budget • School Supplier Profiles • e-gallery • Learning Teams: Creating What's Next • Website of the Month • Bright Ideas for Teachers • Digital Fun • $3

October 2009 4-H and Tech Ed Partnership Gets Students Geeked about STEM • Shining a Light on Electronics • Career Directions—Environmental Technician • No More Messy Lockers! • Fifty Reasons to Teach Engineering • Curbing Cheating • Bright Ideas for Teachers • Digital Fun • $3

May 2009 Geodesic Dome Activity Provides Some Serious Fun! • From Fire Starters to Napkin Dispensers—Milk Carton Challenge Sparks Great Creativity • Digital Camera Project Fosters Communication Skills • Expo IGNITES Interest in Manufacturing Careers • Year-End Deals • Index to Volume 68 • $3

November 2009 It's a Multimedia Extravaganza— Taking the CTE Message on the Road • Let Imaginations Run Wild with Lunar Colony Design • Practical Plastics Project—Page Holder Introduces the Basics • Leave Guesswork Behind—Jig Provides Precise Rafter Calculations • Catch the New Rhythm of CTE—ACTE Convention Preview • Hands-On Activities • Free Mini-Project—Gears • Speak Up or Burn Out—Crucial Conversations That Drive Education Excellence • Bright Ideas for Teachers • Digital Fun • $3

December 2009 Polarized Photography on a Budget • Adding CNC Expands Engineering Course Options • New Perspectives on the Value of Trades Education • FacilitateTech Ed Learning Through da Vinci’s Inventions • Creative Communication—A Portal to Invention • FREE Mini On-Demand Classroom Projects: The Wright Brothers’ Bat—Their First Interest in Flight • Technical Reading and Writing

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January 2010 Robotics Competitions—The Choice Is Up to You! • Competitive Robotics Brings Out the Best in Students • 'Green' Hangtag Project Combines Design and Language Arts • Media Review • Free Mini-Project—The Twenty-Second Timer • Teaching Externships—Connecting the Classroom to the Workplace • Bright Ideas for Teachers • Digital Fun $3

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February 2010 Students Transform Drug Runners' SUV into Winning D.A.R.E. Vehicle • Toast Anyone?—Project Teaches Electricity Basics and Math • NIMS Certification Addresses U.S. Need for Skilled Workers • Career Directions: Forensic Science Technician • Free Mini-Project—Electric Power—Decisions for the Future • Teacher Preparation—Reforming the Uncertain Profession • Bright Ideas for Teachers • Digital Fun $3

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March 2010 High School Students Take On Wing Redesign • Magnetism and Electricity Activity “Attracts” Student Interest • Test SCRs and Triacs with Lab-Built Checker • ITEA Conference—Green Technology: STEM Solutions for 21st Century Citizens • Spring Spotlight • Free Mini-Project—Magnetic Levitation • 5 Steps to a Greener School District • Bright Ideas for Teachers • Digital Fun $3

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April 2010 Alt-Energy Grand Prix Inspires an 'I Can' Attitude • Cardboard Activity In 'Loaded' with Learning • Special Feature: Annual Buyers' Guide • Free Mini-Project—Wanted!—Famous Technologists Posters • A Teacher's Creed • Bright Ideas for Teachers • Digital Fun • $3

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May 2010 Hovercraft Project Gives Learning a Lift • Construction Students Aid in Hurricane Recovery Efforts • 2009-2010 Inventors Competition—Rubber Band Contest Stretches Students' Creativity • Career Directions—Diesel Engine Technician • Index to Volume 69 • Spend It or Lose It Bonanza! • Free Mini-Project—Turbines • Welcome to the iGeneration! • Bright Ideas for Teachers • Digital Fun $3

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August 2010 Summer Camp for Girls Sparks Interest in Welding and Electronics • Video Production Program Benefits Both Students and School • Low-Cost Machine Tech Upgrade—Teach Efficient Production with Modular Fixuring Pallet • Ancient Pyramids Help Students Learn Math Concepts • Gimme Shelter! Announcing This Year‘s Inventors Competition • Free Mini-Project—Wing on a String! • A New Parent Generation: Meet Mr. and Mrs. Gen X • Welcome to CTV • Product Showcase $3

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September 2010 Engineering Competition—A Win-Win Event for All • Get Students Excited—3D Printing Brings Designs to Life • Promoting Tech Schools within Your Community • 'Dirt Cheap' Project Teaches Soils Engineering • Career Directions—Database Administrator • Free Mini-Project—Pneumatics • Rewired: Understanding the iGeneration and the Way They Learn • School Supplier Profiles • e-gallery $3

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October 2010 Fuel Cell-Powered Go-Kart—Project Mimics Real-World Product Design • Partnering with Business Amplifies Students’ Career Opportunities • Pre-Modeling Ensures Accurate Solid Models • Inexpensive Guitar Stand Really Rocks! • Free Mini-Project—Time-Motion Study • Key Emerging Technologies for Elementary and Secondary Education $3

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December 2010 Construction Program Saved! Partnership Revitalizes School of Aplied Technology • Inedible Nuts & Non-Lightning Bolts • Demystifying the Cost Estimation Process • Free Mini-Project—3-D Visualization Practice with Cube Puzzles • When Students Make Threats

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November 2010 Students Head Over Heels Over NASA Challenge • Whet Students Appetites with Food-Related Drafting Project • Interdisciplinary Project-Based Learning Leads to Success • From Trash to Treasure—Rebuilding a '66 Vespa • A Good Bet for a Great Convention • Hands-On Activities • Free Mini-Project—PHD Blocks • Key Emerging Technologies for Postsecondary Education

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January 2011 Instructor Revs Up Ailing Motorcycle Program • Robotics Team Lights Up New Year's Eve • Activity Introduces Water Pressure Basics • How to 'Kill A Watt' and Save Energy • Career Directions—Wireless Technician • Media Review • Free Mini-Project: Fire as Technology • K-12 Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics for America's Future

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February 2011 Affordable, Accessible, Immediate—-Capture Stunning Images with Digital Infrared Photography • The BIg Crush—An Introduction to Materials Testing • Digital Technologies Jump Start Telemedicine • Teacher Training Opportunities • FREE Mini Project: Career Posters Activity • Google and Microsoft Go to School

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March 2011 Planning a Successful Tech Show • Job Search Skills 101—Helping Students Get the JobChecker Takes the Guesswork Out of Diode Identification • International Technology and Engineering Educators Association Conference—Preparing the STEM Workforce • Spring Spotlight • FREE Mini-Project: Learning About Lasers • Connecting Curriculum with Community

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April 2011 Kayak Design Challenge • Heat Loss Experiments—Teach Energy Savings with a Cardboard ''House' • Street-Legal Bike Pusher Introduces EV Technology • Annual Buyers' Guide • FREE Mini-Project: Cryptology • Apprenticeship Programs Expand with Help of Community Colleges

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May 2011 Program Evolves from Basic CAD to Total Manufacturing Experience • 2010-2011 Inventors Competition—Winners of the ‘Gimme Shelter’ Competition • Inclusion in CTE—What Works and What Needs Fixin’ • Career Directions—Firefighter • Spend It or Lose It! • Index to Volume 70

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August 2011 Shop Girls Shine in Eco-marathon • Interdisciplinary Robotic Activity Hones Many Skills • Hovercraft Project Teaches Design and Testing Processes • Electricity's Disappearing Act—Understanding Energy Consumption and Phantom Loads • Global Power Play—Announcing the New Inventors Competition * Product Showcase

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September 2011 Introducing WInd Power—Essentials for Bringing It into the Classroom • Engineering Greener Processes—Laser Cutter Transforms Printing Waste • Career Directions—Electric Vehicle Technician • Green Technology Resources • All Charged Up!—Experimenting with Static Electricity

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October 2011 Pull-Out Fall Product Guide • Send Student Interest Skyward—Soaring Teaches Aeronautics Basics • Give Students an Engineering Edge—Add a Measurable Outcome to Bridge-Buidling Project • Launch Creativity with Ping-Pong Ball Challenge

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November 2011 What Are Those Checkerboard Things? How Quick Response Codes Can Enrich Student Projects • Exciting New Take on a Classic—Crash Test Activity Puts the Egg in the Driver’s Seat • Discovery Camp Explores Engineering and Technology Opportunities • Career Directions—Machinist • ACTE Convention Preview—Enhance Your Skills! Get Inspired! Mingle with Peers! Have Some Fun! • Hands-On Activities

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December 2011 Quality Control Through Design and Process—Gambrel Roof Truss Challenge • Free On-Demand Classroom Project—Egg Bungee Jump! • Teach Battery Technology with Class-Built Wet Cells

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