ITEEA Announces Authorship Award Winners


January 27, 2023

Reston, VA, January 27, 2023 —
ITEEA Announces 2020-2021
Gerald Day Excellence in Authorship Award Winners

RESTON, VA, January 27, 2023 - ITEEA today announced top rated articles for the Technology and Engineering Teacher (TET) journal's 2021-2022 publishing year.


The authors of these articles will be recognized and receive the Gerald Day Excellence in Authorship Award at ITEEA's 85th Annual Conference in Minneapolis, MN, April 12-15, 2023.


The Excellence in Authorship Awards are named for former TET Review Board Chair and longtime ITEEA member Gerald Day. With his many years of editorial experience, Day felt strongly about creating this award program that recognizes outstanding technology and engineering authors. The award winners are determined by TET readers, utilizing ITEEA’s annual Communications Survey.


Current TET Review Board Chair, Dr. Thomas Roberts, shared, "the TET awardees made excellent contributions to the field of Technology and Engineering Education and furthered ITEEA’s goals of meeting professional needs of members and improving the public’s understanding of technology and engineering education.”


Below are the winning authors.

Ronald Todd

Top-Rated Volunteered Article

A 75 Year Perspective on Implementing Technology Education as a Subject

What have we learned in the 75-year evolution of our profession to implement technology as a subject and as a unique approach that supports integrative STEM teaching and learning?

Dylan DelPiano

Top Peer-Reviewed Article by a Classroom Teacher:

Project-Based Learning in an Online Environment

A discussion of various ways that technology and engineering educators can incorporate Project-Based Learning in an online environment.


Carrie Hutton and

Tracy Mis


Top Peer-Reviewed Article by a University/Classroom Educator Team

Best Practices in STEM Education in a Virtual Learning Environment

A look at how, when safe virtual learning environments are fostered, students can begin to develop confidence and an identity in STEM.

About Technology and Engineering Teacher

TET is ITEEA's flagship journal. The journal is peer-reviewed and is a valuable tool for technology and engineering education professionals from elementary teachers to junior high, middle, and high school classroom teachers as well as teacher educators. ITEEA members receive a complimentary subscription to the journal as part of their membership.


ITEEA ( is the professional organization for technology, innovation, design, and engineering educators. Its mission is to promote technological literacy for all by supporting the teaching of technology and promoting the professionalism of those engaged in these pursuits. ITEEA strengthens the profession through leadership, professional development, membership services, publications, and classroom activities.


Media Contact:

Kathleen de la Paz

Communications Director


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