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STEM Calendar

the learning and teaching of technology and the cultural,

environmental, and social study of technology. Learn more

about it at http://learningcommons.net.

June 28-July 2, 2010 Baltimore, MD is the site for

the 32nd Annual National TSA (Technology Student

Association) Conference, TSA, Tomorrow’s Leaders. TSA

members throughout the nation all agree that for them, the

highlight of the school year is unquestionably the annual

national conference. The TSA national conference is packed

with competitive events and challenging activities that foster

personal growth and leadership development. Visit www.

tsaweb.org/2010-National-Conference to view a conference

slide show and access competition and accommodation

information.

August 8-11, 2010 The New York State STEM

Education Collaborative will present its 2010 Summer

Institute, STEM: Links to the Future, at State University

of New York at Oswego in Oswego, NY. The conference

is coordinated by STANYS, NYSTEA, ASEE, NYSSPE,

and AMTNYS—professional organizations representing

science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in New

York State—and hosted by SUNY/Oswego’s Department

of Technology and School of Education. Visit www.

nysstemeducation.org/2010Institute.html for complete

information.

November 11-12, 2010 The 68th Annual Four State

Regional Technology Conference, 21st Century Technology

Showcase, will take place at Pittsburg State University/

Kansas Technology Center. For information, contact 620-

235-4365 or Kylie Westervelt at kwesterv@pittstate.edu.

List your State/Province Association Conference in

TTT and STEM Connections (ITEEA’s electronic

newsletter). Submit conference title, date(s), location,

and contact information (at least two months prior to

journal publication date) to kcluff@iteea.org.

Mission Green Technology is ITEEA's

commitment to helping our teachers and

students become aware of how they can make

a difference in sustaining our planet.

Students taking K-12 technology, innovation,

design, and engineering (TIDE) courses are

using their ingenuity to design, invent, and

engineer solutions to technological problems

related to the use of natural and human

resources , improving planet Earth and our

quality of life.

Check out ITEEA’s Mission Green Technology at

www.iteea.org/Green/green.htm

Have a Green resource to share? Email it to green@iteea.org.

4 • The Technology Teacher • April 2010

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