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Monograph Index (PDF)

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CTTE Monograph 17: The Technology Education Graduate Research Database. (2001-2003). Philip A. Reed, Editor.

CTTE Monograph 16: Alternative Licensure Models for Technology Education. (1999). Len Litowitz & Mark Sanders.

CTTE Monograph 15: Preparing Manuscripts for Professional Publication, (1997). Jane Liedtke, (Ed.).

CTTE Monograph 14: Quotations in Support of Technology Education: A Compendium of Positive Outcomes that May be Attributed to an Effective Program in the Area of Technology Education. (1995). Donald Maley, (Ed.).

CTTE Monograph 13: Planning Technology Teacher Education Learning Environments. (1991). Doug Polette, (Ed.).

CTTE Monograph 12: The Essential Elements of a Quality Graduate Technololgy Education Program. (1991). John Wright, (Ed).

CTTE Monograph 11: Elements and Structure for a Model Undergraduate Technology Teacher Education Program. (1991). Richard Henak, (Ed.).

CTTE Monograph 10: Primer for Selecting Graduate Programs. (1987). John Wright (Ed.).

ACIATE Monograph 9: Work and Education in the Eighties. (1983). Ronald Jones, Donald Lauda, & John Wright.

ACIATE Monograph 8: Doctoral Programs in Industrial Arts Education: Their Ranking and Characteristics. (1981). Ronald Koble.

ACIATE Monograph 7: Industrial Arts Builds the Skills America Needs. (1980). Donald Maley.

ACIATE Monograph 6: Research in Industrial Education: Retrieval of Data from Information Systems. (1976). David Jelden.

ACIATE Monograph 5: The Future: A Challenge to Industrial Arts. (1975). Lee Smalley & Donald Lauda.

ACIATE Monograph 4: Graduate Programs in Industrial Education. (1974). ACIATE Graduate Studies Committee.

ACIATE Monograph 3: Teacher Competencies for the Cybernated Age. (1970). Ron Stadt & Larry Kenneke.

ACIATE Monograph 2: Measuring Creative Abilities in Junior High School Industrial Arts. (1966). Jerome Moss, Jr.

ACIATE Monograph 1: An Analysis of Graduate Work in Institutions with Programs for Industrial Arts Educational Personnel. (1965). W. R. Miller & R. E. Ginther.