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Milwaukee in 2015!

CONFERENCE GUIDE
ITEEA's 77th Annual Conference
Milwaukee, WI
March 26- 28, 2015


BUILDING TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING STEM PARTNERSHIPS

REGISTER TODAY!


SPECIAL PROGRAMMING


Engineering byDesign
Engineering byDesign™
Conference Program

 

Wisconsin Technology Education Association

WTEA State Meeting Program

 

STEM Showcase
   
Teaching Technology and
Engineering STEM Showcase Form

 

TSA

Technology Student Association Program

 

CSL
  
Council for Supervision and Leadership Conference Program

 

CTTE
  
Council on Technology and Engineering Teacher Education Conference Program

 

TECC
  
Technology Education for Children Council Conference Program

 

TEECA
  
Technology and Engineering Education Collegiate Council Conference Program

 

PATT

Pupils Attitudes Towards Technology Sessions

 

EPT
Epsilon Pi Tau Conference Program

 

Administrator Strand

STEM preK-12 Administrator Strand
 
Register your administrator today!


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Nicholas Pinchuk

Program Excellence General Session

Thursday, March 26, 2015
9:00am-10:50am
Location:Wisconsin Center
Featured Speaker: Nicholas T. Pinchuk, Chairman and CEO Snap-on, Inc.

Nick Pinchuk serves as the President and Chief Executive Officer for Snap-on, Incorporated. Having traveled the world, Nick presents a global perspective on the knowledge, skills, and attributes that successful companies demand, progressive societies rely on, and competitive workers are required to demonstrate. Nick provides leadership for the national dialog on the importance of STEM for organizations. The intersection of technology and engineering education, STEM education, and career and technical education is driving a new set of skills for students and teachers throughout the world. Nick delivers an inspiring and thought provoking perspective of the world and what it will take to motivate and capture a new generation of technicians, scientists, and engineers.


Marc de Vries

International Luncheon

Thursday, March 26, 2015
12:00pm-1:30pm
Location: Hilton Regency Ballroom
Cost $35; ticket required
Featured Speaker: Lena Gumaelius

How to Build a Research Environment in Technology and Engineering Education: The Swedish Experience. Lena Gumaelius has been Deputy Dean of School of ECE school at KTH since 2013. She serves as head of the Department of Learning. Ms. Gumaelius has a M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering and has done research in water treatment, both in Swedish and African waters. From 2006 until 2012, she was director of the House of Science.


CTETE Yearbook and Awards Dinner

Thursday, March 26, 2015
6:15pm–7:45pm
Location: Off-Site Restaurant TBD
Cost: $45; ticket required
Host: TBD

This dinner is a revival of the CTETE tradition of honoring the individuals and initiatives that represent the best of the technology and engineering teacher education profession.


FTEE

FTEE Spirit of Excellence Breakfast

Friday, March 27, 2015
7:00am-8:45am
Location: Hilton Regency Ballroom
Cost: $30; ticket required
Featured Speaker: Michael De Miranda

This breakfast is a celebration of excellence and recognition of outstanding individuals who are destined to become the next generation of leaders in the profession.


Margaret A. Williams

Teacher Excellence General Session

Friday, March 27, 2015
9:00am-10:50am
Location: Wisconsin Center
Featured Speaker: Peg Williams, Senior Vice President, Research and Development Cray, Inc.

Cray, Inc., a world leading supercomputing organization founded on innovation and design continues to revolutionize the computer industry. Through research and product development Cray, Inc. is recognized as a global leader in science and technology transforming the way the world works. Cray, Inc. has been a partner with education for over 30 years and a pioneer in STEM education. In the 1980’s the Cray Academies for Science, Technology and Math teachers impacted thousands of teachers in the importance of interdisciplinary teaching. This session will challenge us again in the need and importance to focus our education systems on the science, technology engineering and mathematics to shape the next frontier.


TEECA

TEECA Awards Dinner & Closing Ceremony

Friday, March 27, 2015
6:00pm-8:00pm
Location: TBD
Cost: $35; ticket required

The Awards Dinner and Closing Ceremony recognizes the winners from the various competitions at the conference, outstanding chapters and members, as well as the accomplishments of TEECA during the 2014-15 year. A buffet dinner (included in student conference registration) will be served before the awards. Teaching professionals and others are welcome to attend this special evening.


EPT

EPT Breakfast

Saturday, March 28, 2015
7:00am – 8:45pm
Location: Hilton Crystal Ballroom
Cost: $30; ticket required

This gathering of ITEEA's official honor society is open to all conference participants.


Joey Rider-Bertrand

ITEEA Awards Lunch

Saturday, March 28, 2015
12:00am – 1:15pm
Location: Hilton Empire Room
Cost: $40; ticket required
Featured Speakers: Joey Rider-Bertrand

Meet the new ITEEA President. Learn about the new strategic directions for the field. Network with your fellow leaders. Celebrate excellence. Most of all, have a good time!


Advertising/Sponsorship/Exhibit Opportunities:
Christine Maggio

Meeting space/Hospitality Requests
Diana Carmenates


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