Welcome to the Technology & Engineering Education home page
for Olentangy Liberty High School!
The Technology & Engineering Education Program at OLHS is Ohio's
Recipient of the 2011 ITEEA and OTEEA Program Excellence Award
"The promise of the future lies not in technology alone,
but in people's ability to use, manage, and understand it"
-Technology For All Americans: A Rational and Structure for the Study of Technology
Please visit this page often as I will try to keep you informed of the activities in my classes and also advise you of events and other information.
The Class links at left will help you navigate through the various pages in my website and the other links are important school and district pages. I will be adding pictures of some of the projects and activities we are doing in each of the classes so click on a course and check it out.
If you are a young lady interested in a career in Engineering, check out the
Click here for links to all of the information.
Celebrate Engineers Week - Feb. 16-22, 2014
Engineers make it work
The numbers don’t lie about Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics coursework:
Students who focus on STEM in high school and major in one or more of those areas in college are the most highly paid professionals, on average.
Annual pay for bachelor’s graduates without higher degrees.
Typical starting graduates have two years of experience; mid-career graduates have 15 years.
For more information on Engineering check out these websites:
LearnHowToBecome.org, recently published a series of in-depth guidebooks focused on engineering careers and degree programs. Each unique resource spotlights a different engineering field and provides a complete view of its educational and professional opportunities. Key elements covered in the guides include:
- Roles and responsibilities
- Essential skills
- Common and recommended educational paths
- Keys to career advancement
- Salary by state and level
- Related careers
These engineering guides were researched, written and/or edited by professionals in their respective fields. You can read through each one at the following locations:
Computer engineering degrees and careers:
Electrical engineering degrees and careers:
Mechanical engineering degrees and careers:
If you haven't already done so, please visit the FAQ page for more information about Technology Education and why I am so passionate about the importance of these classes for every student at OLHS.
Home work assignments are rare but if you would like to know what I am teaching each week, visit my "SchoolNotes
" page. I also plan to post important assignments on the calendar.
The Tech Ed Resources link will take you to web sites I've found that are related to the course's taught here and across the country. There are lots of great site links here so take a look! These pages are being updated with additional sites on an almost daily basis so, again, check them out. Thanks
The Industrial Tech Club is looking for sponsors for our Robotics Team. We will be competing in the National Robotics Challenge, April 9th - 11th, 2015 and need to buy more parts for our competing robots and additional robot kits. Anyone interested in sponsoring us should contact David Rathje at Liberty High School, 740-657-4236. Visit our "Clubs and Activities" page for a few pics from this years competition and visit the National Robotics Challenge page for much more information.
For more information on COTEEA (member schools and activities) visit their web page.
For more information, please visit their web pages.