What technical competencies will the next generation of industrial/ technology education teachers possess? At first, this may seem like a simple question. However because of national educational reform movements, colleges and universities which prepare industrial/technology education teachers have changed their teacher education degree requirements and curricula (Volk, 1993). Have these changes created more unified industrial/technology teacher education programs or has the field's teacher preparation become more fragmented? According to Diez (1995), the later is true. He indicated the spectrum of teacher preparation models range from traditional to innovative, both extremes.
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Rogers, G. E. (1996). The Technical Content of Industrial/Technology Teacher Education. Journal of Technology Education, 8(1), 40–49. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21061/jte.v8i1.a.4