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Apply NOW for ITEEA's STEM Showcase in Atlanta in 2018!

October 12, 2017

Be an important part of ITEEA's 80th anniversary conference in Atlanta by submitting an application for ITEEA's STEM Showcase, which is always a huge conference highlight! 

ITEEA is already building on the enormous success of the Dallas Showcase as we continue the planning for Atlanta in earnest! Consider being a part of ITEEA’s STEM Showcase next April—capitalizing on the opportunity to share your knowledge with your colleagues and creating some great PR for your program!

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The 2018 ITEEA STEM Showcase provides a forum to feature your best exemplar of technology and engineering instruction! Please come and share your STEM idea, technique, or best practice related to learning activities, marketing materials, career guidance, facility design, program design, assessment methods, equity, or classroom and laboratory management techniques. Showcasers are asked to illustrate a single element of technology or engineering teaching and learning that exemplifies good STEM instruction to share with conference participants. ITEEA will be compiling these exemplars to share online as well with our members.

Don't miss this opportunity to highlight the work you do in your classrooms!

APPLY TO PRESENT TODAY! 

Deadline for the STEM Showcase is October 15, 2017

 

The 2018 conference theme is about building bridges within the STEM community and beyond. Building bridges within the STEM community is about helping others understand the important role technology and engineering education brings to STEM.

 

 

 

 

Important Guidelines: ITEEA conference presentations are intended to provide participants with nonbiased professional information related to the wide scope of issues and needs associated with technology and engineering literacy education, teaching/learning research, and student performance. Professional program presenters should avoid specific commercial product and resource endorsements in their presentations. Commercial product manufacturers, vendors, and representatives wishing to make nonexhibit presentations at conferences should contact the ITEEA (703)860-2100 -  membership.sales@iteea. org to discuss commercial product presentation options within the context of the conference program.