ITEEA represents more than 60,000 K-12 technology and engineering educators throughout the U.S. and internationally. This includes classroom teachers, developers, administrators, and university personnel in the field representing all levels of education.
Councils offer an opportunity for ITEEA members to connect with subsets of similar educators in elementary STEM, secondary STEM, STEM leaders, teacher educators, and preservice teachers.
ITEEA’s Committees encompass all of the year-to-year continuing operational activities required to maintain a viable and progressive organization. Committee members are recommended by the President Elect, appointed by the President, and approved by the Board.
ITEEA’s Task Forces are assigned a specific task to study and make recommendations to the ITEEA Board of Directors. Task Force members are recommended by the Immediate Past President, appointed by the President, and approved by the Board. ITEEA’s Task Forces vary year to year and are often aligned with the strategic plan.
A network of dedicated educators serving as liaisons between ITEEA and the technology and education community in each state.
To best serve the global STEM community, ITEEA has formed international centers and supports members and contacts in many provinces and countries outside the United States, as listed below.