Mr. Jason Neagle

PLTW Teacher, Cisco Academy Instructor, TSA Advisor

Graduate from Western Kentucky University
   B.S. Industrial Technology Education
Master Degree in Education Administration

Project Lead the Way - Certified Teacher - IED, POE, DE, CEA, and EDD

Enjoys wakeboarding on Rough River Lake when not at school. 

Student Career Majors:
PLTW Engineering-ENG
Computer Networking-IT



  E-mail Address:
Class Period Trimester 1 Trimester 2 Trimester 3
First Principles of Engineering 
part A
Principles of Engineering  
part B
Civil Engineering Architecture part B
Second Introduction Engineering Design part A Introduction Engineering Design part A Introduction Engineering Design part B
Third Civil Engineering Architecture part A Digital Electronics
part A
Instructional Planning
Fourth Instructional Planning Instructional Planning Digital Electronics
part B
Fifth Introduction Engineering Design part A Introduction Engineering Design part B Introduction Engineering Design part B


Pathway To Engineering | High School Engineering Program

The PLTW Pathway To Engineering (PTE) program is a sequence of courses, which follows a proven hands-on, real-world problem-solving approach to learning. Throughout PTE, students learn and apply the design process, acquire strong teamwork and communication proficiency and develop organizational, critical-thinking, and problem-solving skills. They discover the answers to questions like how are things made and what processes go into creating products? Students use the same industry-leading 3D design software used by companies like Intel, Lockheed Martin and Pixar. They explore aerodynamics, astronautics and space life sciences. Hello, NASA. Students apply biological and engineering concepts related to biomechanics – think robotics. They design, test and actually construct circuits and devices such as smart phones and tablets and work collaboratively on a culminating capstone project. It’s STEM education and it’s at the heart of today’s high-tech, high-skill global economy.

Central Hardin High School PLTW offers 2 Foundation Courses, 2 Specialized Courses, and 1 Capstone Course.

PTE courses complement traditional mathematics and science courses and can serve as the foundation for STEM-centered or specialized academies. The program is designed to prepare students to pursue a post-secondary education and careers in STEM-related fields.

Foundation Courses

Specialization Courses

Capstone Course

PLTW Introduction to Engineering Design
PLTW Homepage
Autodesk Student Community
Design Process
Inventor Drawings
AutoDesk Inventor Certification
Kentucky Department of Transportation Scholarship for Civil Engineering
What do you want to be?


PLTW Testing Site

IDEO Break Through Inventions

DEEP DIVE   Part 1   Part 2   Part3

Apollo 13 Clip 1

Apollo 13 Clip 2



PLTW Principles of Engineering

Careers In Engineering 1.3 POE

VEX Cortex Training

Vex Test Bed

Vex Inventors Guide

Chemical Engineer Career Video

Youtube Project Searches:


PLTW Marble Sorter

VEX Robotics Competition

Power Plant Links:

Power Grid





PLTW Digital Electronics


BOEbot Manuel

Electronics Video Series

How to use a Multimeter
Multimeter 2


PLTW Civil Engineering & Architecture

Autodesk Student Community

Autodesk Revit


Green Home Guide

Architectural Model
Design Problem Statement

Portfolio for Remodel Project

Kentucky Department of Transportation Scholarship for Civil Engineering

AutoDesk Revit Certification

Civil Engineer Career Video

Architect Career Video

Fun Stuff

PLTW Engineering Design & Development

Google Patents

CHHS PLTW Media Video

Innovation Portal

Creating Graphs and Charts Excel

IP Pitch

This is Engineering - Motivational


UK IP Pitch 2013

VEX Robotics Resources
Vex Inventors Guide
VEX Lessons

Cortex and VEXnet Joystick User Guide




VEX Robot Troubleshooting Flowcharts
VEX Cortex Pin-out
Clawbot – "Good wiring diagram"
Vex Test Bed

Vex Support

VEX Cortex Training

Toss Up 2014

RobotC Quick Reference Guide

RobotC Reference guide

Vex AutoCAD Curriculum

VEX Cortex Video Trainer Index

Cortex Training Videos


CS2N Summer of Learning

Cisco CCND A+
Access Curriculum via Cisco Login CompTIA A+ Study Guide Hardware
Scope and Sequence of Course CompTIA A+ Study Guide Software
*ICND1 Exam Overview* CompTIA Website        A+ Info
Windows NT HUNT
Windows 2000 HUNT
Motherboard Manual Example

Internet History Timeline

PC Timeline
History of the Internet
CompTIA A+ Exam Objectives 220-701

CompTIA A+ Exam Objectives 220-702


"Portfolio" Feature Article Information

*Feature Article Prompt*
Develop a Feature Article about IT certification, Graphic Communication process, or a Technology related career. 
The audience would be the readers of an IT Certification Magazine or Graphic Communications Publication.
The Purpose is to provide information or explain a process.

How to Use Parenthetical Notation

Parenthetical Notation

MLA Guide

*MLA Sample Style Sheet*

Citation Machine

Feature Article Template

Feature Article Organizer

Plagiarism Policy

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Portfolio Packet Must Include
CHHS Cover Sheet
Final Draft of Student Work
Other Drafts
Copies of all Cited Work

Career Portfolio Requirements
Career Portfolio Guide/ Information



Conference forms and Information


Kentucky TSA

National TSA

2013 Conference Schedule

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