P: Courses for students on the PRIMARY Programme
E: Courses for students on the ELEMENTARY Programme
S: Courses for students on SECONDARY Programme
V: Courses for students on the VOCATIONAL EDUCATION Programme
I: Courses for students on the TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION Programme
T: Courses for students on the T.E.P.L. Diploma Programme
A: Courses for students on the Diploma in ADULT TEACHER EDUCATION Programme
SE: Courses for students on the SPECIAL EDUCATION Programme.
NPE: Courses for students on the NATIVE AND NORTHERN Teacher Education Programme - Primary/Elementary route.
NS: Courses for students on the NATIVE AND NORTHERN Teacher Education Programme - Secondary route.
These courses are designed for students registered in the Diploma Programme in Technology Education and can be used for credit only on this Diploma Programme.
2750. Introductory Design and Materials Processes (I). Theory and practice of teaching problem solving, design and materials processes. Topics and laboratory activities include production and computer assisted design.
2751. Introductory Communications and Power Technology (I). Theory and practice of selected technical skills in communications, energy and power and their practical application in a technology education laboratory. Topics include micro-computer components, systems and operations; communication networks; basic electronics; and control systems.
3700. Student Teaching in Technology Education (I). This will involve a supervised experience of observing, participating in and teaching Technology Education in a multiple activity laboratory and will include participation in seminars and in a two-week block of student teaching after the final examination.
3750. Intermediate Design and Materials Processing Technology (I). Continuation of theory and practice of teaching technical skills and design processes developed in Education 2750. Topics elaborate on computer assisted design and problem solving with application of advanced construction techniques.
3751. Intermediate Communications and Power Technology (I). Continuation of theory and practice of technical skills in communications, power and energy developed in Education 2751. Topics include energy sources, control systems, graphic communication processes and electronic communications.
4750. Integrated Materials and Production Processes (I). Theory and practice in selected advanced technical skills in materials processes applied in conjunction with mechanical and fluid power and their practical applications in the modern technology education laboratory setting. Topics include integrated design, digital and fluidic control, robotics systems, and computer assisted machine applications.
4751. Advanced Communications Systems (I). Theory and practice of selected advanced technical skills in communications technology as they apply to the modern technology education laboratory. Topics include development and utilization of computer networks; satellite, and various transmission technology found in communication processes.
4752. Technology Education, Specialized (I). Theory and practice involving selected technical
skills and their practical application in the technology education laboratory. Topics include the
applications and use of more advanced technological systems and processes and their integration
into the school curriculum of Newfoundland and Labrador.
NOTE: A modular approach will be used for each of the twenty-one technical skills credit hours. Students who can demonstrate competency in a particular module will be allowed to substitute another module in its place. Students must select the substitute module in consultation with the Office of Student Services.
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