For more information, contact:
Ryan Novitskirnovitski@iteea.org


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What is the ATI?
ITEEA’s Authorized Training Institute (ATI) develops T&E leaders to become certified Authorized Teacher Effectiveness Coaches (ATECs) in Engineering byDesign course(s).

When is the ATI?
Coming Soon!

Who should attend?
Current or aspiring Technology and Engineering (T&E) leaders.

Why attend?
To professionally grow in the STEM field, to be a leader in professional development for teachers, and to access further paid training opportunities as an ATEC with ITEEA.

Learn to train other teachers in up to three of the following courses:

K-12 Standards-BasedThe CORE
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    OnShape Association Exam NEW  
PreK-2   EbD-TEEMS Coding byDesign 1-6 weeks
3-6   Ebd-TEEMS Coding ByDesign 1-6 weeks
6   Exploring Technology 18 weeks
7   Invention and Innovation 18 weeks
8   Technological Systems REVISED 18 weeks
8-9  

EfA Extension Units:
Vertical Farms: Fresh Food for Cities
Water: The World in Crisis

4-7 weeks per unit
9   Foundations of Technology and Engineering 36 weeks
10-12   Technological Design 36 weeks
11-12   Advanced Design Applications 36 weeks
11-12   Advanced Technological Applications 36 weeks
11-12   Engineering Design (Capstone) 36 weeks

Costs (per person):

Consortium States Fee:The Virtual ATI cost is $1,000.00 to train in one course. One individual may train in two courses for $1495.00 or one individual may train in three courses for $1995.00. Consortium states include Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, and Virginia are considered Consortium states.

Non-Consortium States Fee:The Virtual ATI cost is $2,495 to train in one course. One individual may train in two courses for $3,470 or one individual may train in three courses for $4,370.
Note: All states other than Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, and Virginia are considered Non-Consortium states.

Please note: TECs are required to intern at a 4-day Summer Institute for each course ATI, or otherwise specified internship as suggested by the STEM Center for Teaching and Learning. The travel costs associated with the internship is the responsibility of the intern.