The LISTT: August 8, 2023

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Welcome to THE LISTT, a weekly reminder from ITEEA of some of the most timely and important opportunities to take your professional engagement to the next level. This is a LISTT you don't want to miss!


Thank you to issue sponsor:

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A weekly update of timely resources and events

to help you get the most from ITEEA.


TO DO: Check Out the Just-Launched NEW ITEEA Website!

The new website is cleaner and more streamlined, but still offers the resources and other opportunities you have come to expect. Help us kick the tires!


TO DO: Start Gearing Up for ITEEA's 2024 Conference

Early Bird Registration opens in just over a month, but opportunities to exhibit or sponsor are available to view now via ITEEA's Marketplace. The ITEEA Conference connects you with our ever-expanding STEM community!


TO DO: Apply or Nominate a Colleague for an ITEEA Award!

ITEEA presents numerous awards to highlight teachers, programs, leaders, schools, and more! Take some time over the summer to shine a spotlight on your accomplishments or those of another deserving educator. View the full list of awards and their criteria and be sure to submit no later than November 1! It will be here before you know it! 


TO DO: Be on the Lookout for the CTETE 63rd Yearbook

The 63rd yearbook of the Council on Technology and Engineering Teacher Education will be released in a few weeks and is the first of the CTETE yearbooks to be published with Springer. The yearbook is titled Standards-Based Technology and Engineering Education.


TO DO: Apply to Present at ITEEA's 2024 STEM Showcase.

Be part of one of the most anticipated events at the ITEEA Annual Conference. The STEM Showcase is an exhibition of best practices in Integrative STEM Education. Deadline: October 1. | ITEEA |

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