2016 ITEEA Conference!
March 1, 2016
  • International Technology and Engineering Educators Association
  • International Technology and Engineering Educators Association
  • International Technology and Engineering Educators Association
  • International Technology and Engineering Educators Association
  • International Technology and Engineering Educators Association
  • International Technology and Engineering Educators Association
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Kristin Rausch Lamar Consolidated High School Teacher/CTE Department Chair
Technology and engineering education solidifies real-world application of other subjects, and I am always hiding the broccoli under the cheese for my students. Despite being called crazy by the math department, I insist that my freshmen learn standard deviation and apply it in my class. Every morning, I look forward to experiencing new and exciting challenges with my students. I graduated from Clemson University and have been teaching engineering for 17 years. I am also an Autodesk Master Certified Instructor for AutoCAD. I currently teach Introduction to Engineering Design at LCHS and serve as the Career and Technical Education Department Chair.
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Henderson Elementary School VA Dumfries

Henderson Elementary School, a focus school for Children’s Engineering , recognizes that a key incentive surrounding education is that it constantly presents us with new and challenging ways to captivate and expand young minds.

Henderson embraced and integrated Children’s Engineering into its school culture because they deliberately sought it out, tested the effectiveness, and determined that it works! Henderson’s journey into Children’s Engineering began by establishing an “Engineering Team,” a core group of individuals who shared an interest in learning more about integrating STEM into the curriculum.

This group visited several schools in Chesterfield County that were already implementing some facets of Children’s Engineering. After “the team” shared their pictures, enthusiasm, and advice,  the staff and students took small steps to integrate STEM into all of the classrooms, using design briefs from the Virginia Children’s Engineering website. Henderson’s success and commitment to Children’s Engineering has also been the driving force to bring a Children’s Engineering  professional development opportunity to all 57 elementary schools in Prince William County.  For more information, please visit the Henderson Elementary School.  

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    The National Academy of Engineering has launched LinkEngineering, a new website to support implementation of preK–12 engineering education in the United States.

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    TEAMS is a one-day competition for middle and high school students that allows them to apply their knowledge of STEM skills to issues facing our global society.