Technology and Engineering

Technology and Engineering is part of everyone’s world. Some people think technology is a series of abstract concepts and devices understood by only a few. Nothing could be further from the truth. Technology is human innovation in action. People re-design or “engineer” the natural world to fit their needs or wants. Technology and Engineering Education is the study of this human adaptive process through a laboratory-centered, hands-on and minds-on, activity-based approach. In doing so, we employ math, science and technology principles and evaluate their resulting impacts. A quick look at the Parkland Technology and Engineering  course descriptions will reveal these principles and career exploration opportunities for future engineers, engineering technicians, architects, etc.
These are some of the experiences that students will gain through Parkland’s Technology Education program:

  • Designing, developing, and utilizing technological systems
  • Open-ended, problem-based design activities
  • Applying technological knowledge to real world experiences
  • Invention and other topics dealing with human innovation
  • Working individually as well as in teams to solve problems

Technology Links

TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING

Donna Bazos

Orefield Middle School
Technology Education
School: 61110

Karen Ceh

Orefield Middle School
Technology Education
School: 61158

Darrin Evans

Orefield Middle School
Technology Education
School: 61104

Christopher Gahman

Parkland High School
Technology Education
School: 71127

Brian Iobst

Orefield Middle School
Technology Education
School: 61278

Nicholas Kessler

Orefield Middle School
Technology Education
School: 61282

James Kester

Parkland High School
Technology Education
School: 71404

Bruce Lubak

Parkland High School
Technology Education
School: 71405

Tammy Snyder

Orefield Middle School
Technology Education
School: 61205

Robert Yocum

Parkland High School
Technology Education
School: 71409