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Please contact ITEEA's Director of Corporate Alliances, Bob Jonas at
(703)-609-3974, or BJonas@iteea.org

ITEEA advertisements reach the technology and engineering education community wherever they are: in print, online, and in person.

 

Journals

ITEEA journals are widely read by a variety of audiences and target those involved in the field of technology and engineering education—with a special emphasis on Integrative STEM Education. 

Educators, administrators, parents, and advocates of technological literacy rely on timely and valuable resources and information within each of ITEEA’s journal offerings.  

Technology and Engineering Teacher

Technology and Engineering Teacher (TET), ITEEA’s flagship peer-reviewed journal, is published eight times per school year. The journal is a useful and highly regarded tool for technology and engineering educators—from elementary through high school teachers—to university students and university educators.

TET’s target audience includes technology and engineering advocates; elementary, middle, and high school classroom teachers; graduate students; university faculty; administrators; department heads; state supervisors; guidance counselors; career educators; and informal educators. 
Content includes activities, program articles, hot topics, regular features including classroom/lab safety, news, calendars, and important trends in technology and engineering education. Every issue highlights topics like:

  • Peer-Reviewed Feature Articles
  • Socially-Relevant Contexts
  • New and Emerging Technologies Technological Literacy
  • Fostering Giftedness and Creation
  • STEM Integration: Solids, CADs, and 3D Printers Fostering Computational Thinking

The Elementary STEM Journal

The Elementary STEM Journal (ESJ) is the only peer-reviewed magazine devoted exclusively to elementary school technology and engineering education. For more than two decades, ESJ has been a must-have dynamic, practical journal for anyone interested in technological literacy in Grades K–6. 

Distributed four times a year, The Elementary STEM Journal is a theme-based journal that includes in every issue:

  • Peer-Reviewed Feature Articles
  • Feature Activities
  • Literacy Strategies
  • Career Connections
  • Books to Briefs
  • Elementary Animators
  • and more...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other Ad Opportunities

STEM Connections e-Newsletter

Reach more than 60,000 technology and engineering educators via the STEM Connections e-newsletter—the STEM education community’s number one source for news and information. It is the largest online publication in the technology and engineering education field, reaching a broad audience that goes beyond ITEEA members.


ITEEA’s electronic newsletter delivers the latest trends in STEM education as well as association news and a calendar of worldwide STEM-related events. The STEM Connections newsletter is a free service provided by ITEEA to support educators from around the world who share the belief that technological literacy is a critical component of an education in today’s world.

 

ITEEA Website 

ITEEA’s “reengineered” and heavily trafficked website includes information about ITEEA, its STEM Center for Teaching and Learning™, membership, publications, networking, awards, the ITEEA Annual Conference, and much, much more. Averaging hundreds of thousands of visitors per year, advertising on ITEEA’s website is a must to reach this important audience.

 

 

REACH Challenge 

ITEEA’s NEW Reach Challenge is an impactful design-thinking project for high school and college students. Students will work with a "client" in the community and create for them an adaptive and assistive technology solution.

All participants will receive a "Tool Kit" to guide their project creation. Throughout the process, they get real-world design experience, and make a real and visable impact in their community.
Sponsor recognitions, acknowledgments, and benefits are robust, and may include:

  • Content contributions to the Tool Kit—distributed to all applicants.
  • Product and/or service vouchers included in the Tool Kit.
  • Acknowledgment on all student instructions and material related to the Reach Challenge.
  • Opportunity to view student submissions.
  • Recognition with partner participants.
  • ITEEA website logo placement.
  • Ad in ITEEA's Technology and Engineering Teacher (TET).
  • Verbal acknowledgment during ITEEA's Reach Challenge Showcase at the Annual Meeting.
  • Signage recognition at ITEEA's Annual Meeting.