National Science Foundation Technical Education Pathways Partnership.
TEPP is a National Science Foundation supported partnership between Fulton-Montgomery Community College & the Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery BOCES Career & Technical Center.
The main goals are to:
- Develop two years of project-based high school curriculum (11th and 12th grades) of STEM subjects.
- Integrate 15 college credits into the above material to create a vertically aligned high school and college program.
- Adapt coursework in an A. A. S. Electrical Technology program to have a top-down / systems approach to learning the material. This will be accomplished by developing modules that break down ten consumer products to determine fundamental working principles and how they work together.
- Create innovative learning environments to support the team-oriented project work.
- Create a replicable model and disseminate the materials.
The three-year project to create this started in October of 2010.
- Project Rationale and Need
- Project Objectives
- Two-year High School Technology Program
- Revision of the A.A.S. Electrical Technology Program
- Sustainability, Results and Evaluation
Accomplishments & Status:
Products (Coming Soon):
Partners and Committees: Individuals and organizations advising and working on the project.
NSF TEPP, Fulton-Montgomery Community College
2805 State Highway 67
Johnstown, NY 12095
Phone: (518) 736-FMCC (3622), Ext 8930