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Identifying Perceptions That Contribute to the Development of Successful Project Lead the Way Pre-Engineering Programs in Utah

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Keith McMullin ,

Uintah School District, US
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Keith McMullin (keith.mcmullin@uintah.net) is a Project Lead the Way teacher at Uintah School District in Vernal, Utah. 

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Edward Reeve

Utah State University
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Professor in Technology and Engineering Education, School of Applied Sciences, Technology, and Education, Utah State University.
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Abstract

The purpose of this study was to examine PLTW program success by identifying controllable factors, which may be considered at the time of PLTW program initiation or program evaluation. Achieving this purpose will include creating a theoretical framework for identifying and implementing successful pre-engineering programs in Utah secondary public schools. Examining these controllable factors may lead to stronger success of the program upon implementation or improvement of existing programs, making them more successful by manipulation of these factors.

How to Cite: McMullin, K., & Reeve, E. (2014). Identifying Perceptions That Contribute to the Development of Successful Project Lead the Way Pre-Engineering Programs in Utah. Journal of Technology Education, 26(1), 22–46. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21061/jte.v26i1.a.2
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Published on 22 Sep 2014.
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