Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
Technological Education classes employ all those skills to design, build, and create. Students learn better with hands-on “project based learning” which can be found through all high school Technological Education courses.
Students must understand the basics of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) if their projects are to succeed. These projects make their math and science curriculum more relevant when learned through the Technological Education curriculum.
This is why we encourage students to Take Tech in high school.
Many trades now require the use of math, science, and cutting-edge technology. The trade jobs are not what you might have thought they are!