Volume 2, Number 1
Scope of the JTE
The JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION provides a forum for scholarly
discussion on topics relating to technology education. Manuscripts
should focus on technology education philosophy, theory, or practice.
In addition, the JOURNAL publishes book reviews, editorials, guest arti-
cles, comprehensive literature reviews, and reactions to previously pub-
All manuscripts undergo a rigorous review process. Manuscripts
that appear in the ARTICLES section have been subjected to a blind re-
view by three or more members of the editorial board. This process gen-
erally takes from four to six weeks, at which time authors are promptly
notified of the status of their manuscript.
Manuscript Submission Guidelines
1. Five copies of each manuscript should be submitted to: Mark
Sanders, JTE Editor, 144 Smyth Hall, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA
2. All manuscripts must be double-spaced and must adhere strictly to
the guidelines published in PUBLICATION GUIDELINES OF THE AMERICAN
PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION (3rd Edition).
3. Manuscripts that are accepted for publication must be resubmitted
(following any necessary revisions) both in hard copy and on a 3
1/2" or 5 1/4" floppy disk (either MS-DOS or Macintosh format).
Moreover, the disk version must be in both the native word processor
format (such as WordPerfect or MS Word) and in ASCII format.
4. Manuscripts for articles should generally be 15-20 pages in length.
Book reviews, editorials, and reactions should be three to five man-
5. Tables should be used only when data cannot be incorporated into the
body of the text.
6. All figures and artwork must be submitted in camera-ready form.
The JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION will be published twice annu-
ally (Fall and Spring issues). Interested subscribers should copy and
mail the form below:
Make checks payable to: JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION.
Regular (North America): $8
Regular (Overseas): $12
Return check and this form to:
Mark Sanders, JTE Editor
144 Smyth Hall
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0432
The International Technology Education Association (ITEA) is a non-profit
education association concerned with advancing technological literacy. The
Association functions at many levels - from international to local - in
responding to member concerns. The Council on Technology Teacher Education
(CTTE), affiliated with the ITEA, is concerned primarily with technology
teacher education issues and activities. For more information on either
association, contact: ITEA, 1914 Association Drive, Reston VA 22091 (703) 860-2100.
The illustration below was inadvertantly left off page 41 of Volume 1,
2 of the JTE.
Figure 2. Manuscript review process.
Permission is given to copy any
article or graphic provided credit is given and
the copies are not intended for sale.
Journal of Technology Education Volume 2, Number 1 Fall 1990