ATE Projects Impact
Partnering with Industry for a New American Workforce Advanced Technological Education (ATE) projects focus on particular technical
education challenges. The 84 projects highlighted in ATE Projects Impact are a sampling of the initiatives that received NSF support
between 2002 and 2007. The appendixes list the feature projects’ web sites, summarize their activities and sort them by state.
Advanced Technological Education Centers
A gateway to NSF funded ATE centers
American Chemical Society
Curriculum materials to promote an interest in science among students from kindergarten through university.
Center of software textbooks, training, and consulting services.
CAPT - Center for the Advancement of Process Technolgy
CSSIA - The Center for Systems Security and Information Assurance
CTC - Convergence Technology Center
The blending or integration of voice, video, data and image into one flexible network
Transforming Education Through Information Technologies
Dr. Richard Felder’s homepage
Resources in Science and Engineering Education
FLATE - the Florida Advanced Technological Education Center for Manufacturing
The Foundation for Critical Thinking
Books, Conferences, Seminars and Academic Resources for Education
Learning Theories and Models
American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges Online Resource
Connecting Math, Science and Technology
National Center for Manufacturing Education’s Clearinghouse for Manufacturing Technician Education Resources & Links
MIT's Open Courseware
A free and open educational resource for educators, students, and self-learners around the world, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
A National Clearinghouse focused on the advancement of semiconductor, automated manufacturing, and electronics education.
OP-TEC - the National Center for Optics and Photonics Education
Digital Resources for Physics and Astronomy Education: comPADRE
Physics and Engineering Events
Physics Today event calendar
Problem-Based Learning Clearinghouse
Problems and articles to assist educators in using problem-based learning.
PSRC: Physical Sciences Resource Center
Southeastern Institute for Manufacturing and Technology (SiMT)
The premiere technical service provider, and training facility, for industry in the Southeast
Aerospace related post-secondary technical education for aerospace employees
Effective Teaching Methods
Explore the fascinating world of learning and teaching
The Teaching Professor
A combination of information and inspiration to help faculty members teach more effectively.
Fun Science Resources for Teachers, Parents, and Kids.
WAMC Women in Science ON THE AIR!
Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics ON THE AIR! Hear educational and inspirational radio stories about fascinating women working in fields and careers related
to STEM, AND find out about programs working to encourage young girls and young women to follow in their footsteps.
The Time Center - Technology & Innovation in Manufacturing Education
University of Maryland Physics Education Research Group
WELD-ED - The National Center for Welding Education and Training
Education Outreach Program
We educate people about Earth and environmental science issues that are relevant to our everyday lives, through outreach to the public and to the K-12 education community.
ReSciPE: Resources for Scientists in Partnership with Education
ReSciPE is a project designed to assist scientists who are engaged with K-12 education.
Making Learning Real
The Making Learning Real website is a collaboration between the Innovation in Teaching and Learning for Technological Education (ITL) project team at Nashville State Community College and the WGBH Educational Foundation. This website is a comprehensive resource for teachers who are considering or already using Problem-Based Case Learning (PBCL).
The PHOTON Projects at New England Board of Higher Education
Problem Based Learning teaching resources and materials for Photonics programs.