5 A great Philosopher made these quotes: The manual arts have always taken precedent to the fine arts. Remember, someone had to build the ceiling before Michelangelo went to work
6 Cheers The great philosopher is- John Ratzenberger Cliff
7 TECHNOLOGY is a body of knowledge and action, used by people, to apply resources in developing, producing, using, and assessing products, structures and systems in order to control and modify the natural and human-made environment.
9 What is Technological Literacy? Indianas Standards for Technological Literacy: Defines technological literacy as the ability to use, manage, assess, and understand technology. Technological literacy, like other forms of literacy, is what every person needs in order to be an informed and contributing citizen for the world of today and tomorrow. Technological literacy is more a capacity to understand the broader technological world rather than an ability to work with specific processes of it. (NAE/NRC, 2002)
10 Who is a technologically literate person? Understands: What technology is How technology is created How the use of technology shapes society and in turn, How society shapes the development of technology
24 State Competitions With the growing importance of technology to our society, it is vital that students receive an education that emphasizes technological literacy. Indiana Department of Education
25 Program of the Year 2006 Valparaiso High School Meritorious Teacher Mr. Stephen Krutz Gary Gray
26 Senate Resolution 37 2004 A Concurrent Resolution urging the educational leaders of the State of Indiana to ensure that the P-16 Plan for Improving Student Achievement places emphasis on the Standards for Technological Literacy (ITEA 2000) as a vision for kindergarten through 12 th grade.
42 Profile to Revolve Axis of Revolution H Cylindrical Volume Layout Hint V = r 2 H R All volume formulas must include the cubic inch to fluid ounce conversion factor of 1.804.
43 Truncated Cone Volume Solution 1. Assign a value to R AB 2. Assign a value to H AB 3. Find the volume of cone(AB) V AB 4. In the front view, sketch the profile of the container using the above assigned values. 5. Use the dimension function to find the length of R B 6. Find the volume of cone (B) V B 7. Plug the values of V AB and V B into the formula V A = V AB - V B. This will give the volume of the truncated cone (A). *Note: If you move the position of R B up or down, it will change the volume of the truncated cone (A).