The International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA) is the professional organization for technology, innovation, design, and engineering educators. Our mission is to promote technological literacy for all by supporting the teaching of technology and engineering and promoting the professionalism of those engaged in these pursuits. ITEEA strengthens the profession through leadership, professional development, membership services, publications, and classroom activities.
In May 2015, seventeen ITEST projects presented videos in the 2015 National Science Foundation Teaching and Learning Video Showcase. Organized by TERC, the showcase contained 112 videos produced by NSF-funded projects associated with one of these resource centers: ARC, CADRE, CAISE, CIRCL, CS10K, MSPNet, and STELAR.
The National Science Board (NSB, Board) examined recent STEM workforce studies and debates, consulted numerous experts, and explored data in our 2014 Science and Engineering Indicators report to develop insights that could facilitate more constructive discussions about the STEM workforce and inform decision makers.
Join us for the NSF 2015 Teaching and Learning Video Showcase: Improving Science, Math, Engineering, and Computer Science Education! This online showcase will include brief videos of cutting-edge NSF-funded work to improve teaching and learning. Members affiliated with MSPnet, CADRE, CIRCL, CAISE, STELAR, CS10Kcommunity, or ARC will be able to view, discuss, and comment on each others’ work. It will also allow each project to disseminate their work to the public at large, helping NSF achieve its goal of broad dissemination of innovative work.
The League for Innovation in the Community College is pleased to announce that the 6th annual STEMtech conference will be held November 1-4, 2015, in Phoenix, Arizona. The League is excited to announce that the University of Maryland University College's Analytics Summit and the League's STEMtech conference are joining forces to bring you the best of STEM, analytics, big data, advanced technology, and learning management architecture. This collaboration has led to the redesign of conference programming.
SACNAS invites professionals to submit session proposals for our National Conference. Sessions at the National Conference include professional development sessions, leadership development sessions, and scientific symposia sessions to train and inspire conference attendees, from undergraduates through professionals, as they progress in their careers and attain positions of leadership in STEM.
Hundreds of students go to Balboa Park for the annual RoboExpo. The expo included thirty exhibits, and 700 kids registered for the event. Many of the expos involve robots that can do different tasks.
This online event will showcase cutting-edge NSF-funded work to improve teaching and learning and will allow colleagues affiliated with MSPnet, CADRE, CIRCL, CAISE, STELAR, CS10Kcommunity, and ARC to view, discuss, and comment on each others’ work. It will also allow each project to disseminate their work to the public at large, helping NSF achieve its goal of broad dissemination of innovative work.
Attendees learned how to develop highly effective dissemination plans from seasoned PIs in ITEST and other NSF programs. Presenters shared strategies, lessons learned, ways to leverage technology, and helped to identify non-traditional dissemination venues that are often overlooked.