Professional Development Opportunities
OTEEA STEM Webinar Elementary STEM Resources -
OTEEA’s next webinar will be Monday, October 25 from 4-5pm. Laurie Green a.k.a. Mrs. Geeky will present on elementary STEM resources
Click here to join Zoom Meeting
Zoom Meeting ID: 873 2036 9912
Questions? Contact Bob Claymier at email@example.com
OTEEA STEM Webinar Ohio Technology Student Association - September 27
On Monday September 27th OTEEA hosted a webinar focused on Ohio TSA. The webinar covered topics like who can join how to start a TSA Chapter, the costs involved, contests students can participate in, and many other topics. TEE teacher Todd Hummer from Lakota East High School is the Ohio State TSA advisor. He had two students who are state officers participate in the webinar. They were Jack and Illyas. Both are seniors at Lakota East High School and have been involved in TSA since their 8th grade year. These students talked about their experiences in TSA. They talked about what is was like to participate in both the state and national competitions. They discussed how their club meetings went from the 8th grade through their high school career. Both talked about how TSA has helped them firm up their desire to go into a STEM career after high school.
TSA offers 39 high school competitions and 37 middle school competitions that are categorized by careers in Architecture and Construction Technology, Communications Technology, Computer Science and Information Technology, Leadership, Manufacturing and Transportation Technology, STEM (General), STEM and the Arts, and Technology and Research. TSA competitions are offered in a traditional format in the classroom and virtually.
More about TSA
2021 Ohio TSA Awards Video
OTEEA STEM Webinar Elementary STEM Resources - March 22
In our March Webinar Marci and Ethan Klein with 3Dux|Design and Laurie Green a.k.a. Mrs. Geeky presented on elementary STEM resources.
OTEEA STEM Webinar Standards for Technological and Engineering Literacy - February 22
ITEEA’s Steve Barbato, Executive Director and CEO presented an excellent overview of the Standards for Technological and Engineering Literacy (STEL) and some related ITEEA news.
January 25 Webinar
OTEEA STEM Webinar Excellent STEM Programs, January 25, 2020
January’s webinar featured the leaders of two award winning schools in Ohio who have recently won the Ohio STEM Learning Network’s STEM Excellence Award.
Trudi Simpson, principal at the Kinder Garden School, a private school in West Chester, OH, and Andy Limbert STEM Coordinator for grades K-8at St. Brendan School in Hilliard, OH
November 23 OTEEA STEM Webinar Robots and Drones
We had a recording glitch with the November webinar featuring OTEEA's President Tad Douce. Much of the information can be found at Drones in School and The National Robotics Challenge.
October 26 Webinar
OTEEA STEM Webinar STEM Resources, October 26, 2020
October’s webinar featured Scott Best, principal of Hull Prairie Intermediate School in Perrysburg, OH, who discussed his school’s eight qualities that define the school’s STEM program. Hull Prairie Intermediate is a winner of the Ohio STEM Learning Network’s STEM Excellence Award.
September 28 Webinar
OTEEA STEM Webinar STEM Resources, September 28, 2020
CAP OTEEA Presentation
focused on the wealth of educational materials and opportunities offered by the Civil Air Patrol. Our speakers were 2d Lt Casey Green, Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Ohio Wing External Aerospace Education Officer and Group VIII Aerospace Education Officer and Lt Col David A. Dlugiewicz, CAP Ohio Wing Group VIII Commander, CAP National IT Manager U.S. Air Force Auxiliary.
Presentation slides as PDF or PPTX
Page of CAP Resources Links
August 24 Elementary Webinar
OTEEA STEM Webinar STEM Resources, August 24, 2020
Link to Heather Sherman's slides.
Ohio STEM Learning Network Resources
Courtesy Heather Sherman, director of the Ohio STEM Learning Network and a STEM Relationship Manager for Battelle Education (firstname.lastname@example.org)
OSLN has evolved to a network that leverages existing STEM schools and programs to spread effective practices and tools across the state and the nation. OSLN.org
Unleash the Power of Energy Education
Relevant, informative, fun — that’s energy education from the Ohio Energy Project. Created by teachers for teachers, OEP has been energizing classrooms with hands-on, interactive learning tools and programs since 1984. https://ohioenergy.org
Code.org® is a nonprofit dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools and increasing participation by women and underrepresented youth. Our vision is that every student in every school has the opportunity to learn computer science, just like biology, chemistry or algebra. https://code.org/
Tennessee STEM Innovation Network provides:
Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative STEM Kits
Educators that use these kits will be provided with project-oriented lesson guides (based on OH- and KY-education standards) and professional development. The family-fun projects
involve low-cost materials, most of which are commonly found around the home.
STEM Resource Guide for Students
A list of STEM websites, lessons, activities and other resources
COSI Connects launches audiences of all ages into a universe of science through online videos, activities, plus a free mobile app that enables science exploration even when offline. COSI Connects is helping to the digital divide, promote digital literacy, and address critical science education needs simultaneously. https://cosi.org/connects/
For Students: NASA Websites From A to Z
Check out this alphabetized list of websites. If you are in Kindergarten or grades 1-8, these websites are for you!
ITEEA Elementary STEM Council resources
Courtesy of Thomas Roberts, President of the ITTEA Elementary STEM Council (email@example.com)
ITEEA Elementary STEM Council
The Elementary STEM Council promotes technology education in the elementary school by supporting teachers with instructional materials and in-service monographs, workshops and technology activity curriculum packages.
ESCape the Ordinary
Join ITEEA's Elementary STEM Council Today! Benefits of membership include:
The Elementary STEM Journal
Winner of ASAE's Gold Circle Award for Most Improved Journal and produced electronically four times each school year, The Elementary STEM Journal (formerly Children's Technology and Engineering) is a dynamic, practical journal for anyone interested in technological literacy in Grades K-6. www.iteea.org/Publications/Journals/ESCJournal.aspx
ITEEA Elementary STEM Council's Third Annual Global Design Challenge for Elementary STEM Students
Challenge: Can you work as a member of a small design team to develop or modify a product or device that will encourage people to properly wash their hands for at least 20 seconds?
Learn more about the ESC’s 2020 Global Design Challenge at: https://www.iteea.org/File.aspx?id=151772&v=74c644ba
ITEEA Professional Learning STEMinar Series
This specially designed professional development STEMinar series focuses on Technology and Engineering Education best practices for leading Integrative STEM Education (I-STEM Ed) in your state, district, school, or institution. The goal of each online STEMinar is to provide proven instructional strategies and ideas that you can use to support your efforts in delivering the best possible I-STEM Ed instructional processes and practices for ALL students to become technologically and engineering literate! https://www.iteea.org/STEMCenter/EbD-PL/STEMinars.aspx?source=generalSearch
Standards for Technological and Engineering Literacy: Defining the Role of Technology and Engineering in STEM Education (STEL)
Standards for Technological and Engineering Literacy (STEL) provides an up-to-date roadmap for classroom teachers, district supervisors, administrators, states, and curriculum developers to promote technology and engineering education program development and curriculum design from Pre-K through twelfth grade. https://www.iteea.org/Activities/2142/STEL.aspx?source=generalSearch
ITEEA Program Excellence Award
Sponsored by ITEEA and Paxton/Patterson, The Program Excellence Award is one of the highest honors given to technology and engineering education programs at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. The Program Excellence Award is presented in recognition of outstanding contributions to the profession and students. https://www.iteea.org/ProgramExcellenceAward.aspx
ITEEA Teacher Excellence Award
Sponsored by ITEEA and Goodheart-Willcox, the Teacher Excellence Award is one of the highest honors given to technology and engineering education classroom teachers and is presented in recognition of outstanding contributions to the profession and their students. The Teacher Excellence Award provides public recognition at the local/state/province through international levels. https://www.iteea.org/Activities/AwardsScholarships/Awards/TeacherExcellenceAward.aspx
From Hidden Figures to Human Flourishing: Humanity, Community, And Social Justice in Mathematics.
Webinar recording available here.
In this dialogue, Ranthony Edmonds and Francis Su will discussed what it means to say math is a human endeavor, how to create mathematical community in school and at home, and ways that educators and parents can support the potential of every student to flourish in math.
Event sponsored by the Ohio Mathematics and Science Coalition (OMSC) in which the OTEEA is a professional organization member.
Full flyer below.
North East Ohio Technology Day, April 29 -30. 2021
NEOTD veteran and cybersecurity expert Dan Faltisco returns to our 2021 tech conference with two presentations! Dan will present “Secure Remote Access in the Post-COVID ‘Normal’” and “Cyber-Security: Lay of the ‘Land Edition” at this year’s event. Click here to pre-register for our event to experience Dan’s presentations, an Ask an Expert panel, and more presentations from cybersecurity speakers to be announced soon. Dan’s presentations will feature topics like:
National Family Code Nights
National Family Code Nights Celebration Video - YouTube
What is Family Code Night? - YouTube
A National Family Code Night for Any K-5 School
✓ A Joyful Livestream Experience for All Your Families
✓ Almost effortless: pick your date, then email and post invitations provided
✓ Important learning, great family engagement
✓ Puts YOUR School on the CS is Elementary National Schools Map
Schedule Your Night Now at CSisElementary.org.
New ITEEA STEMinars Series
ITEEA PD STEMinar series about Technology and Engineering Education best practices for leading Integrative STEM Education (I-STEM Education) in your school.
STEMinars are free to ITEEA members; $45.00 for non-members.
Topics and dates (all at 6:00PM EDST) include: