AETL

AcronymDefinition
AETLAdvancing Excellence in Technological Literacy (International Technology Education Association)
AETLAdvanced Enzyme Technologies Ltd. (biotechnology; India)
AETLApproved Engineering Test Laboratories
AETLAtypical Endocrine Tumor of the Lung
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The average mass of herbage removed per AETL (area 0.2 [m.sup.2]) was 380 g fresh grass, with the average Cl mass in the herbage being 3.2% of the applied Cl; this has been accounted for in the tracer recovery calculations (Eqn 1).
org-N, N[H.sub.4]-N and N[O.sub.3]-N, were different for each AETL at 0.4 m depth, as shown in Table 3.
The vision behind both STL and AETL calls on teachers, administrators, and policy makers to foster interchange between all the elements of the educational program in all areas of learning.
AETL contains three separate but interrelated sets of standards: student assessment standards, professional development standards, and program standards.
AETL (2003) Standard P1-E: Assure that the program incorporates suitable cognitive, psychomotor and affective learning elements includes prompts about teachers encouraging students to develop perspective and empathy in class activities.
When answering the questions concerning Advancing Excellence in Technological Literacy Student Assessment, Professional Development, and Program Standards (AETL) (ITEA/ ITEEA, 2003), one supervisor indicated that his or her state has adopted AETL "as is" and four have placed that information into their state standards.
As in past studies, the data shows that the states use Standards for Technological Literacy: Content for the Study of Technology (STL) more frequently than the Advancing Excellence in Technological Literacy Student Assessment, Professional Development, and Program Standards (AETL).
Student Assessment, Professional Development, and Program Standards Advancing Excellence in Technological Literacy (AETL) is designed as a companion document to STL.
P189--Realizing Excellence: Structuring Technology Programs Realizing Excellence is considered the "umbrella" addendum to all the other STL/AETL addenda and is intended to help educators implement the program standards in Chapter 5 of AETL. It offers educators and other concerned individuals practical suggestions and hands-on tools for planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating standards-based technology programs.
ITEEA developed professional development standards (Table 1) in Advancing Excellence in Technological Literacy: Student Assessment, Professional Development, and Program Standards (AETL) (ITEA/ITEEA, 2003).