Excellence in Teaching Technology and Engineering
Foundation for Technology and Engineering Educators Invites Applications for K-12 Programs
The Foundation for Technology and Engineering Educators, in partnership with Pitsco/Hearlihy & Company, is accepting applications for technology and engineering education programs at any grade level.
Through the Excellence in Teaching Technology and Engineering grant program, the foundation will award grants of $2,000 to K-12 teachers to encourage the integration of a quality technology and engineering education program in their school’s curriculum.
Applications must demonstrate evidence of an effective technology and engineering education program and show documented success in the integration of technology and engineering education with other academic subjects. In addition, the application should include plans for professional development related to the anticipated grant.
To be eligible, applicants must be teachers (elementary or secondary) who are successfully integrating technology and engineering education in their school’s curriculum. In addition, teachers must be ITEEA members and be registered for the ITEEA annual conference. Membership materials may be enclosed with scholarship application.
See the Foundation for Technology and Engineering Educators website for complete program guidelines and application instructions.
DEADLINE: DECEMBER 1, 2014
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