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This report describes the outcomes and processes used to determine expert opinion of the quality of materials developed through the ATE program. A detailed scoring rubric was developed based on existing research and expert review, and experts in technological fields, instructional design, and technological education used the rubric to review the materials. Of the 65 projects and centers that had reported being involved in materials development on the yearly ATE survey in 2002, 37 responded to our request to send us a copy of their best material to review. Preliminary review reduced the number of materials to 29 judged suitable and sufficiently complete for review.

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