Educator Information & Resources
Curriculum and Recruitment Information
Curriculum Course List:
- Convergence Technology
- Certified Wireless Network Administrator
- Digital Home Technology Integration
- Residential Networking
- Linksys VoIP
- VoIP II
NOTE: Because the National CTC is a NSF ATE center grant, access to the complete curriculum is limited to educators of North American secondary and post secondary institutions. Available through each link is the syllabus of each curriculum subject, the outline of learning activities and powerpoint presentations as well as a links to sample learning activities and powerpoint presentations.
To request the complete curriculum, please email Heather O'Neil at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put "curriculum request" in the subject line and in the body of the email provide the following information: Your name, job title, phone number, email, and academic institution (with mailing address).
Other ATE Resources:
A freely available online portal and collection of materials and services that highlight the work of the Advanced Technological Education (ATE) projects and centers.
ATETV (Advanced Technological Education Television) is an award-winning Web-based video series and interactive network designed to connect students and professionals with careers in advanced technology. ATETV aims to show how ATE is relevant to the modern workplace and to attract students to this growing field.
The National Center for Information and Communications Technologies (ICT Center) mission is to contribute to scientific and technological innovation in information and communications technologies (ICT) education with a primary thrust in two areas: Curriculum Development and Program Improvement.
This website links technician educators with National Science Foundation supported, state-of-the-art, faculty development in advanced & emerging technologies, teaching methods, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
IWITTS helps educators nationwide close the gender gap for women and girls in male-dominated careers, such as technology, the trades and law enforcement. They offer research, training, and classroom tools that help technology and science educators increase the number of women and girls enrolled in their classes and retain them.
To see prior grant information, click here
Professional Development Opportunities
Check out our News and Events page for upcoming training events and conferences.
View our past Conference Presentations on our wikisite.