ITEEA 2015 Conference

STEM Partners

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  • Kenosha's LakeView Technology Academy students display their 160 mpg high mileage vehicle. Students will share their exciting experience in designing, building and racing "Big Blue."
  • The Wisconsin Regional Training Partnership Big STEP in partnership with Milwaukee Public Schools have developed "Tech Turn," a program that provides STEM students with hands-on activities integrated into live construction sites such as Froedert Health and the Medical College of Wisconsin.
  • Brillion High School has partnered with Ariens Corporation in the development of a technology center that exemplifies STEM education. Meet teachers and students to learn about this integrated industry partnership.
  • Union Grove High School has developed a comprehensive approach to STEM education. Visit with teachers and students about classroom and community-based projects that inspire innovation and STEM competencies.
  • Burlington High School has partnered with the Associated General Contractors (AGC) and the Scherrer Group to integrate STEM competencies into their construction academy. Students will demonstrate the importance of STEM education in the construction industry.
  • SkillsUSA Wisconsin is a student organization. Learn from students the impact that leadership and skill development can have on STEM career success.
  • Watertown High School is a national ITEEA award winning school. Robotics, automated manufacturing and entrepreneurship drive STEM programming. Students will demonstrate industrial scale robotics in this exhibit.
  • UW Parkside, in partnership with Gateway Technical College, has established a new technology education teacher education model designed to create alternative certification pathways for technology and engineering teachers.
  • Sponsored by First Technologies, the Three Lakes High School Fab Lab is one of the most comprehensive technology and engineering labs with 3D manufacturing and rapid prototyping technology.
  • The Northeast Wisconsin Manufacturing Alliance has established a network of schools, colleges, and industry partners to address the shortage and skills in STEM related careers. This collection of successful best practices will add value for every school and community.
  • Snap-on is a world leading manufacturer of professional hand tools and diagnostic equipment for the automotive, energy, and aviation industries. Snap-on's support for teacher education is exemplified through the NC3 partnership program. College instructors will share their experience and invite you to engage in this unique partnership opportunity.
  • What are the STEM skills your students are expected to learn? NOCTI is a national collaboration of states and industry partners that specialize in measuring what matters. Test your skills with a hands on demonstration assessment.
  • The National Coalition of Advanced Technology Centers is a network of over 200 colleges and universities focused on advanced technologies and STEM curriculum. Learn about this valuable network of resources and peer-to-peer collaboration dedicated to the development of a STEM talent pipeline.
  • The Milwaukee a School of Engineering is a recognized leader in STEM education. As a PLTW national affiliate college MSOE provides teacher certification training for technology and engineering teachers. Explore how MSOE and PLTW can help you build your STEM curriculum.