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2022 NJTEEA Conference
NJTEEA Annual Conference
Friday, October 28, 2022
Check in will begin at 8:00 am
Livingston Student Center
84 Joyce Kilmer Ave
Piscataway, NJ 08854
Round table Sessions: Round Table Sessions
ITEEA membership is open to all: classroom educators, teacher educators, students, groups, advocates, and organizations. ITEEA offers unparalleled opportunities for professional development, networking, and advocacy to bring our mission of technological and engineering literacy for ALL students to fruition. ITEEA leads the STEM Education field with the most up to date research, professional learning, curriculum, and assessment.
How does your ITEEA membership make a difference? In addition to the individual and group benefits you receive, memberships like yours have helped to:
Provide Leadership in the Field
Support the Future of T&E Education
Provide Professional Learning Opportunities
Recognize Excellence in T&E Education
Advocate for T&E Education
COVID - 19 Resources:
As a response to the COVID-19 virus, school districts throughout the country are exploring the use of online instructional methods in order to continue to deliver high quality instruction to students. As a result TEEAP and NJTEEA have decided to join efforts to aid our members in sharing content and ideas that can be delivered in an online setting only. We encourage anyone who is developing lessons for use online, to share their content with others. We have set up a Google Drive that should be shared with anyone developing useful materials. To access the drive please copy and paste the following link into a web browser
Please consider helping our fellow members develop lessons and help our profession deliver quality content during this unprecedented situation.
Defining the Levels of Maker Space
NJTEEA has worked with teachers across the state in various types of maker spaces in order to define what makes a "good" maker space. As a result, NJTEEA has defined five different levels of maker spaces, each with its own unique qualities.
An abbreviated handout and slideshow is linked below.