Take a Look at the CTETE Strand Being Offered in Kansas City in 2019!

December 06, 2018

 

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ITEEA's Council on Technology and Engineering Teacher Education (CTETE) is offering a special strand of sessions at ITEEA's

81st Annual Conference in Kansas City, March 27-30, 2019

Below is the specially designed programming created by ITEEA’s Council on Technology and Engineering Teacher Education, which will take place Thursday, March 28 and Friday, March 29, 2019 in Kansas City. Full scheduling details will be available via ITEEA’s mobile conference app and printable onsite program early in 2019.

  • RI Mobile Maker Lab – Innovation on Wheels (Charlie McLaughlin)
  • Graduate Research: 125 Years of Trends and Issues (Philip Reed)
  • Effectiveness of Drafting Models for Technology Students (Petros Katsioloudis)
  • CTETE Accreditation Standards Draft Presentation and Discussion (Paul Post)
  • Educational Theories of Technology and Engineering Education (Patrick Foster)
  • Navigating Design: Strategies for Responding to Failure (Andrew Jackson and Nathan Mentzer)
  • How Are New T&EE Teachers Implementing Engineering Design? (Chris Merrill)
  • Using Problem-/Design-Based Engineering in Practice (James Carlson)
  • Sponsored Research: How to Get Funded (Aaron Clark and Jeremy Ernst)
  • Advancing School Leadership for Integrative STEM (Mary Annette Rose, Krista Stith, and Rachel Gessa)
  • Our Curriculum: What Exactly Do We Teach? (Scott Bartholomew, Scott Warner, Greg Strimel, Jim Flowers, Doug Lecorchick, Natalie Emery, Mark Mahoney, Steve Shumway, Kara Harris, and Gary Stewardson)
  • Importance and Method of Investigating Rubric Reliability (Kevin Sutton, Aaron Clark, Cameron Denson)

POSTER SESSIONS:

  • Proposed Standards for a STEM Teacher Licensure Endorsement (David Rouch, Richard Miller, Taylor Hesse, Lance Brown, Layne Bowman, Chris Mueller, and Rachel Kerber)
  • Analysis of Spencer’s Basic Technical Drawing, 1956-2004 (James Carlson and Patrick Foster)

CTETE provides leadership to colleges/universities in the areas of standards, research, and professional interests related to higher education. The mission of CTETE is to support and promote the professional ideals of technology and engineering teacher education.

 

Questions regarding CTETE programming should be directed to

Scott Warner at Scott.Warner@Millersville.edu

REGISTRATION AND HOUSING ARE OPEN!

PREREGISTRATION DEADLINE IS FEBRUARY 28, 2019

 

Take advantage of early bird discounts (15%)

and be eligible to win a $100 Amazon gift card.

CLICK TO REGISTER FOR THE CONFERENCE

 

Kansas City Here We Come!

 

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