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ITEEA Releases 2020 Strategic Plan

May 04, 2020

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ITEEA is pleased to release its 2020-21 ITEEA Strategic Plan Document. This is the “guiding document” for ITEEA's many Committees and Task Forces. It is the result of many hours of discussion, reading, and reviewing by the ITEEA Executive Board and Board of Directors and aligns with our Task Forces.  

ITEEA Past-President Michael Sandell commented, "while the 2020-21 Strategic Plan was to be released at the 2020 Annual Conference's Governance Session, we wanted to provide our colleagues with the opportunity to take a look at this version of the plan, see where ITEEA is headed, and find some way to assist our organization in the next year."

ITEEA President, Dr. Philip Reed, shared, "ITEEA has opportunities for every technology and engineering educator through its Councils, Committees, and Task Forces. Members in these groups are key in implementing ITEEA’s Strategic Plan to bring STEM to life!"

 

VIEW THE 2020 STRATEGIC PLAN

 

Councils provide leadership opportunities for specific groups. To learn more about specific council opportunities, visit, CLICK HERE.

 

Committees carry out key ITEEA activities. CLICK HERE to learn more and to participate as part of one or more committees:

  • Awards
  • Conference Program
  • Elections
  • Membership
  • Special Events

 

Task Forces help to directly implement the goals and objectives of the strategic plan.

CLICK HERE to learn more and to join one or more of these task forces:

  • Membership Diversity, Engagement, and Participation
  • Partnerships, Collaboration, and Building Capacity
  • Communication and Advocacy
  • Teacher Recruitment and Retention
  • Research Webpage
  • Learning by Doing
  • 21st Century Leadership Academy: Developing Future Leaders
  • Advancing Excellence in Engineering Education (AE3)

According to ITEEA President-Elect, Dr. Virginia Jones, "Committee and Task Force work are key to building and defining the mission and vision of our organization. Being a contributing member gives everyone a voice – something we need to ensure we are prepared to serve the needs of future STEM leaders and educators. Review the opportunities and find your passion – make a difference! We all can contribute to ensure we remain diverse and attuned to the needs of future integrative STEM leadership."

Volunteer for an ITEEA Committee or Task Force