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Children's Technology and Engineering (The Elementary STEM Journal )

Winner of ASAE's Gold Circle Award for Most Improved Journal and produced electronically four times each school year, Children's Technology and Engineering is a dynamic, practical journal for anyone interested in technological literacy in Grades K-6. Redesigned to allow ITEEA to nearly double the amount of content to provide more hands-on activities.

Children's Technology and Engineering is a theme-based journal. Article submissions are welcomed and can be sent to

Notice: Children’s Technology and Engineering is sponsored by ITEEA’s Children’s Council. On July 1, 2018, the Children’s Council becomes the Elementary STEM Council to emphasize the importance of integrated STEM education at the elementary level. Children’s Technology and Engineering will become The Elementary STEM Journal at the same time to reflect the Council name change and an emphasis on a broader definition of STEM.

The theme for Volume 23 (2018-19 school year): Bringing STEM to Life: Essentials for Elementary Education

With the following subthemes for each issue:

23-1: Lessons
23-2: Informal Learning Opportunities
23-3: Finding Balance Between Teaching, Learning, and Application
23-4: Equity in Elementary STEM