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Committees, Boards

Handbook

2012 – 2013

http://www.iteea.org

International Technology and Engineering Educators Association

1914 Association Drive, Suite 201

Reston, VA 20191-1539

703-860-2100

Fax 703-860-0353

www.iteea.org


“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed

citizens can change the world.

Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”

Margaret Mead (1901–1978)

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FOREWORD

Established in 1939, the International Technology and Engineering Educators

Association (ITEEA) provides technology and engineering teachers, supervisors,

administrators, teacher educators, and interested stakeholders a means to:



define, stimulate, and coordinate the ideal form of technology and

engineering education as a vital aspect of education for all students at each

educational level; and

promote improvement of the quality of instruction in technology and

engineering education by assisting educators, students, and stakeholders

who are concerned with keeping the instructional content, methods and

facilities current with the rapid changes in technology.

The mission of ITEEA is to advance technological capabilities for all people and to

nurture and promote the professionalism of those engaged in these pursuits. This

mission is carried out through two primary management endeavors: 1) committees and

review/management boards, and 2) a strategic plan.

The committees and review/management boards encompass all of the year-to-year

continuing/operational activities required to maintain a viable and progressive

organization. ITEEA accomplishes these activities primarily through annual action plans

that are prepared and implemented by each committee and the board. The guidelines,

responsibilities and tasks that sustain these endeavors appear in this Handbook.

The strategic plan focuses on emerging issues and opportunities that will advance the

development and implementation of technology and engineering resources in K-12

classrooms/labs, pre-service and in-service preparation, and professional development

opportunities that will assist in ensuring that society develops a measurable degree of

technological capability. The Board of Directors appoints key members to accomplish

strategies contained in the strategic plan.

This publication is designed to ensure that the committees, review/management boards,

and strategic plan leaders have clear direction and guidance pertaining to the successful

accomplishment of their charge.

ITEEA Board of Directors is grateful to all members who have volunteered their time,

talent, and leadership to advance the goals and benefits of Technology and Engineering

Education. Thank you for your professionalism and continuous support of Technology

and Engineering Education.

The Board of Directors

International Technology and Engineering Educators Association

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Table of Contents

Board of Directors

Conference Dates and Locations...................................... ............................................ 7

Governance Regions ......... .............................................. ............................................ 8

ITEEA Councils.................. .............................................. ............................................ 9

2012-2013 Board of Directors........................................... .......................................... 10

Committees and Review/Management Boards

Cycle of Work..................... .............................................. .......................................... 13

Operational Guidelines of Committee and Review/Management Board Chairs .......... 15

Steps for Updating Committees and Review/Management Boards............................. 17

Committee and Review/Management Board Responsibilities and Assigned Tasks

Committees

Awards ........ ...................... .............................................. .......................................... 20

Conference Program.......... .............................................. .......................................... 23

Elections ..... ...................... .............................................. .......................................... 24

Membership ...................... .............................................. .......................................... 25

Special Events ................... .............................................. .......................................... 26

Review/Management Boards

Distinguished Technology Educator Review Board .......... .......................................... 26

Journal of Technology Education Management Board ..... .......................................... 29

Children’s Technology and Engineering Review Board.... .......................................... 30

The Technology and Engineering Teacher Review Board .......................................... 31

Membership Rosters

Chairpersons of Committee, Review/Management Boards…........... .......................... 33

Awards Committee............. .............................................. .......................................... 34

Conference Program Committee ...................................... .......................................... 36

Elections Committee .......... .............................................. .......................................... 37

Membership Committee..... .............................................. .......................................... 39

Special Events Committee. .............................................. .......................................... 40

Distinguished Technology Educator Review Board .......... .......................................... 41

Journal of Technology Education Management Board ..... .......................................... 42

Children’s Technology and Engineering Review Board............................… ............... 43

The Technology and Engineering Teacher Review Board .......................................... 44

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Forms

PL-1 Committee & Review/Management Board Action Plan, Pres. Elect Copy .......... 47

PL-2 Committee & Review/Management Board Action Plan, Comm. Chair Copy....... 48

PL-3 Committee & Review/Management Board Progress Report ............................... 49

HB-1 Chair Continued Service Form ................................ .......................................... 50

HB-2 Committee and Review/Mgt. Board Member Continued Service Form .............. 51

HB-3 Committee and Review/Management Board Roster Form ................................. 52

HB-4 New Committee and Review/Management Board Chair Nomination Form........ 53

HB-5 New Committee and Review/Management Board Member Nomination Form ... 54

HB-6 Request for Board of Directors Action Form............ .......................................... 55

HB-7 Nominating Biographical Data Form........................ .......................................... 56

HB-7 Conflict of Interest Policy......................................... .......................................... 61

HB-8 Committee Reimbursement Claim Form.................. .......................................... 62

HB-9 News Release Form . .............................................. .......................................... 63

ELC-03 Elections Ranking Form....................................... .......................................... 65

ELC-02 Elections Committee Nominations Summary Form ........................................ 66

ELC-01 Elections Committee Individual Ranking Form .... .......................................... 67

Notice to the Reader

In accordance with the requirements of the Civil Rights Act and other federal and state laws and regulations,

this document has been reviewed to ensure that it does not reflect stereotypes based on sex, race, or

national origin.

The International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA) does not unlawfully

discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, handicapping conditions, or national origin in

employment or in its educational programs and activities.

The ITEEA is committed to providing quality Technology and Engineering Education in schools of all

nations. The Committees, Review/Management Boards, and Board of Directors operate in accordance with

these policies and procedures.

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Board of Directors

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Future ITEEA Conferences

The ITEEA encourages affiliates to consider hosting the annual conference in

accordance to the rotation schedule provided below. Please contact the ITEEA office for

further information. Consider the advantages of bringing the annual conference to your

vicinity. It will provide increased visibility of technology and engineering education within

your area, bring thousands of colleagues to your home base, and showcase your affiliate

members programs and those from around the world.

2012

2013

2014

Long Beach, CA

Columbus, OH

Orlando, FL

March 15 - 17, 2012

March 5 - 7, 2013

March 26 - 29, 2014

The conference spans a three-day period, generally from Thursday through Saturday.

Pre conference and post conference workshops are scheduled on the day before and

after the conference. Executive committee meetings and full board meetings take place

immediately preceding and immediately following the conference.

Below is the rotation schedule for the ITEEA Annual Conference:

2012 - Region 4 2015 - Region 4 2018 - Region 1

2013 - Region 2 2016 - Region 3 2019 - Region 4

2014 - Region 1 2017 - Region 2 2020 - Region 3

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Governance Regions

Governance regions are formed by four vertical divisions of North America with the

addition of regions or countries from which membership was drawn at the time of the

1982 constitutional revision. Regions help to ensure broad geographic representation on

ITEEA committees and review/management boards, as well as, the Board of Directors.

Representatives from Regions 1 & 3 will be installed on odd-numbered years and

Regions 2 & 4 on even numbered years. Regional directors will be selected on a rotation

of classroom teachers, teacher educators and supervisors/administrators.

Region 4 Region 3 Region 2 Region 1

Western West Central East Central Eastern

Alaska Arkansas Alabama Connecticut

Arizona Iowa Illinois Delaware

California Kansas Indiana District of Columbia

Colorado Minnesota Kentucky Florida

Hawaii Missouri Louisiana Georgia

Idaho Nebraska Michigan Maine

Montana North Dakota Mississippi Maryland

Nevada Oklahoma Ohio Massachusetts

New Mexico South Dakota Tennessee New Hampshire

Oregon Texas New Jersey

Utah Wisconsin Ontario New York

Washington Quebec North Carolina

Wyoming Manitoba Pennsylvania

Saskatchewan

Rhode Island

Alberta

South Carolina

British Columbia

Vermont

Yukon

Virginia

West Virginia

Mexico

New Brunswick

Countries beyond

Newfoundland/Labrador

North America

Nova Scotia

Prince Edward Island

Bermuda

Puerto Rico

Virgin Islands

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ITEEA COUNCILS

Council Directors

Council Directors will represent the following groups on the ITEEA Board of Directors:

CTTE Council for Technology Teacher Educators

CSL Council for Supervision and Leadership

TECA Technology Education Collegiate Association

CCITEEA Children’s Council of ITEEA

Notes:

1. The Council Director on the ITEEA Board of Directors is the Immediate Past-

President of the CTTE and CCITEEA.

2. A selected advisor fills the Director for TECA.

3. The CSL President-Elect appoints the ITEEA-CSL Director. Alternating pastpresident

fills the position.

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International Technology and Engineering Educators

Association

2012-2013 Board of Directors

PRESIDENT

PRESIDENT-ELECT

PAST-PRESIDENT

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

CSL DIRECTOR

William F. Bertrand (Bill)

Technology Education Advisor

Pennsylvania Department of Education

333 Market St. 8th Floor

Harrisburg, PA 17126

717-783-6848 (office), 717-283-5042 (cell)

Fax: 717-783-3946

wfbiteea@gmail.com and wbertrand@state.pa.us

R. Steven Price, M.Ed., DTE

Engineering & Tech Ed Instructor

Arabia Mountain High School

6610 Browns Mill Road

Lithonia GA 30038

678-875-3711

678-875-3610

richard_s_price@fc.dekalb.k12.ga.us and rspricedte@att.net

Thomas P. Bell, Ph.D., DTE

Associate Professor

Department of Industry and Technology

P.O. Box 1002

Millersville University

Millersville, PA 17551

717-871-2301

FAX: 717-872-3318

thomas.bell@millersville.edu

Steven A. Barbato

Executive Director

International Technology and Engineering Educators Association

1914 Association Drive, Suite 201

Reston, VA 20191-1539

703-860-2100

Fax 703-860-0353

sbarbato@iteea.org

John R. Brown, Ph.D., DTE

Career & Technical Education Department Chair

Mount Pleasant High School

5201 Washington Street

Wilmington, DE 19809

302-761-7400

john.brown@bsd.k12.de.us

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2012-2013 Board of Directors (continued)

CTTE DIRECTOR

TECA DIRECTOR

CCITEEA DIRECTOR

REGION 1 DIRECTOR

REGION 2 DIRECTOR

REGION 3 DIRECTOR

REGION 4 DIRECTOR

Richard D. Seymour, Ed.D

Ball State University

Department of Technology

College of Applied Sciences and Technology

Muncie, IN 47306-0255

765-285-5652,

Fax 765-285-2162

rseymour@bsu.edu

Rod Thompson

Associate Professor

University of Wyoming - Casper College Center

Casper, WY

307-268-2406

rodt@uwyo.edu

Cindy Jones

Elementary Teacher

Clover Hill Elementary School

5700 Woodlake

Midlothian VA 23112

804-739-6220

Cindy_jones@ccpsnet.net

Lynn Basham

Technology Education Specialist

Virginia Department of Education

P.O. Box 2120

Richmond, VA 23218

804-786-4210

Lynn.basham@doe.virginia.gov

David Rouch

Chair and Professor

Ohio Northern University

525 S. Main St.

Ada OH 45810

419-772-2170

d-rouch@onu.edu

Joel Ellinghuysen

Technology Education Teacher

Lewiston-Altura High School

100 County Road 25

Lewiston, MN 55952

507-523-2191, ex. 1390

jelling@isd857.org

John Donley

Technology & Engineering Teacher

Snowcrest Jr. High/Two Rivers HS

955 W. 12th Street

Ogden UT 84404

801-476-3954

jfdonley@wsd.net

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Committees and

Review/Management Boards

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Committee and

Review/Management Board Cycle of Work

A. Work Session at Annual Conference

The committees and review/management boards meet during the conference to

develop the forthcoming year's "Action Plan." The incoming chair, when possible,

should chair the committee meeting. (A few committees, such as the Elections

Committee for the current year, operate under a different format.) As a friendly

reminder chairpersons should develop and agenda and contact all committee

members 30 days prior to the conference. If a committee chairperson cannot attend

the conference a member of the committee may be assigned by the chair to facilitate

the meeting.

The Action Plan is an amplification of the committee's and review/management

board’s regular responsibilities and assigned tasks plus assignments received

through ITEEA’s Strategic Plan. The committees and review/management board’s

activities must be numbered and described so that members and the Board of

Directors will know what and how each major activity is to be done, when it will be

completed, how much it will cost (budget), and who from the committee or board will

be responsible for the item. Care should be taken to schedule work steadily

throughout the year. Avoid the May to September time laps when educators are

often on vacation. Use the PL-1 to record the Action Plan. Completed Action Plans

are submitted to the incoming President-elect by the conclusion of the designated

Committee and Review/Management Board Work session.

During the work session, visitors may wish to attend the committee or

review/management board meeting. The chair should be judicious in allowing noncommittee

or review/management board persons to participate. It may be an

advantage at times; other times it may be detrimental to a productive session.

B. First Quarter Progress Report

By June 15 transmit to the President-elect a report on the Committee's/Board’s

Action Plan. Use the Progress Report form PL-2 to expedite communications.

Provide attachments and letters as appropriate.

Between the March conference and June 15 the committee and review/management

board should be completely organized and functioning. Each person should have

acknowledged their assignments and confirmed their willingness to get the various

task done. It is important to become prepared and active during the first 3-month

period.

C. Mid-Year Progress Report

By September 15, transmit to the President-Elect the second quarter or mid-year

progress report on the Committee and/or Review/Management Board Action Plan.

This report is especially significant because it is 6 months before the next

conference. The report should provide a summary of information the Board of

Directors will need for decision-making at their Fall Board meeting.

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Between June 15 and September 15 the Committee and/or Review/Management

Board chairs must maintain momentum while many members have vacation. During

this period, transmit names and addresses of nominees for new committee chairs to

the President-elect.

During August distribute the "New Committee and Review/Management Board

Member Nomination" form along with the responsibilities and tasks of the

committee/board, and the "Committee and Review/Management Member Continued

Service and Reappointment" form. Complete "Committee Roster" forms for the next

Association year. Items needing Board of Directors approval/action should be

submitted with this report; however, action items may be transmitted anytime up to

thirty days prior to the Fall Board of Directors meeting.

D. Third Quarter Progress Report

By December 15 transmit to the President-elect a report of progress to date on the

Committee and/or Review/Management Board Action Plan. The period between

September and December must be productive for the year's activities to be

successful. Identify recommended changes in committee or review/management

board tasks or responsibility by this reporting period. The committee or board should

finalize recommendations for submission to the Board of Directors.

E. Annual Report of Accomplishments

By February 15, transmit to the President-Elect the fourth quarter progress report

using form PL-2. Requests for action by the Board of Directors should accompany

this year-end report (use "Committees, Review/Boards Request for Board of

Directors Action" form HB-6).

Prepare fifty (50) copies of a narrative report highlighting committee or

review/management board accomplishments for the year. The reports will be

distributed at the Board of Directors meetings, Committee and Review/Management

Board Work session, and the President’s Roundtable.

Plan to give a short oral presentation at the Committee and Review/Management

Board Chairpersons meeting and at the Work session highlighting the groups’

activities for the year. This should be a summary of the written report.

Immediately after the Committees and Review/Management Boards Work session,

transmit any request for action to the President-Elect that should be acted on by the

Board of Directors at their next meeting.

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Operational Guidelines of Committee

and Review/Management Board Chairs

A. Responsibilities and Tasks

Identify the committees and review/management boards responsibilities and tasks

for the year, including assignments in the Strategic Plan.

B. Action Plan

Prepare an action plan to carry out the responsibilities and tasks charged to the

committee and review/management board. This action plan should include the

annual objectives, strategies and sub-strategies required for the work to be

accomplished.

C. Correspondence

Copies of correspondence concerning major issues should be sent to the ITEEA

Executive Committee (President-Elect, the President, Past President and the

Executive Director).

D. Attendance at Meetings

The committee and review/management board chairpersons must attend all required

meetings during the annual conference. Members should attend all required

meetings and work sessions at the annual ITEEA Conference.

E. Written Committee Review Board Report for Annual Conference

A total of 15 copies of the report should be prepared for distribution at the annual

meeting of committee and review board chairs and the annual work session. The

report should contain highlights of action completed and action planned.

F. Publications Resulting from Committee and Review/Management Board Work

If a publication results from work accomplished during the year, all persons

contributing to the work will be listed in the publication. The Executive Director must

approve all publications before they are printed.

G. Committee and Review/Management Board Notebook

Each Committee and Review/Management Board chair must maintain a notebook

with pertinent information about the groups’ activities during the year. The notebook

must be passed to succeeding chairs.

H. Committee and Review/Management Board Budgets

Operating budgets for fiscal year (July 1 - June 30) will be approved along with

Committee and Review/Management Board Action Plans at the spring Executive

Committee meeting. Reimbursement claim forms must be submitted for members to

be reimbursed for expenditures. Expenditures exceeding the amount budgeted for a

fiscal year cannot be reimbursed. Also, funds budgeted in one fiscal year cannot be

carried over into the next fiscal year. A reimbursement claim form is included in the

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Appendix. (Reimbursement for travel must have prior approval from the Board of

Directors. Generally, travel reimbursement is not approved for committee work.)

I. Committee and Review/Management Requests for Board of Directors Action

Requests for specific Board action should be submitted to the President-elect at the

time the annual committee and review/management board report is submitted or at

least thirty (30) days prior to the annual conference. Complete information should be

provided on the "Committee and Review/Request for Board of Directors Action" form.

J. Progress Reports

Progress reports should be prepared on the Committee and Review/Management

Board Action Plan and sent to the President-Elect on a quarterly basis (June 15,

September 15, December 15, and February 15).

K. News Items

The Committee and Review/Management Board chairs should send news worthy

developments/items to the President-elect (Form HB-9).

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Steps for Updating Committees

and Review/Management Boards

First Quarter (March - June 15)

President-Elect

1) By April 1 send chairs a copy of their respective Action Plan.

2) By April 15 send Form HB-1 to chairs that are completing the first year of a twoyear

term.

3) By May 15 send chairs a copy of respective Committee Action Plan.

Chair

1) By April 15 send form HB-2 to all committee members. Changes will be reported

in June 15 Committee Progress Report.

2) By June 15 send President-Elect completed Progress Report for first three

months using Form PL-3.

Second Quarter (June 16 - September 15)

President-Elect

1) Survey the chairs whose terms expire at the close of the upcoming conference

for suggested replacements. Also, solicit suggestions from Board of Directors.

2) By July 15 distribute

a) up-to-date Committee Roster, Form HB-3 and,

b) approved committee budget.

Chair

1) By September 15 send President-Elect the Second Quarter Progress Report, Form

PL-3.

Third Quarter (September 16 - December 15)

President-Elect

1) By October 15 secure proposals for new committee and review/management

board chairs using Form HB-4 as appropriate. The proposed chairs will be

reviewed and acted on during the November Board of Directors meeting.

Chair

1) By November 15 secure new/replacement persons to serve on the committee

(members should be representative of the four ITEEA regions and international

affiliates. These persons must be drawn from the ranks of classroom teachers,

supervisors/administrators, and teacher educators). Use Form HB-5.

2) By December 15 send President-Elect the Third Quarter Progress Report, Form

PL-3.

Fourth Quarter (December 16 - February 15)

President-Elect

1) By February 1 (earlier if possible) update the Committee Handbook with new

personnel lists and refinements evolving from the year's committee/board action.

2) Prepare copies for distribution at the conference.

Chair

1) By February 15 (earlier if possible) send President-Elect the fourth Quarter

Progress Report, Form PL-3.

2) Prepare narrative report to present at the Committee and Review/Management

Board Chairs Meeting and members Work Session during the conference.

3) Develop an agenda for working with the committee at the conference.

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Committees and

Review/Management Boards

Responsibilities and Assigned Tasks

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Committees

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Awards Committee

Primary Responsibility

Provide recognition to members and others as they contribute to the excellence of

technology and engineering education.

Length of Service: Three years

Assigned Tasks:

1. Prepare announcement soliciting award nominees to be placed in TET.

2. Review current procedures and criteria for ITEEA Teacher and Program Excellence

awards. Make recommendations to the Board of Directors.

3. Solicit nominations and select recipients for the following citations and awards.

4. Recruit at least one international member to serve on Awards committee.

5. Review the recognition programs to ensure alignment with the Technology Literacy

Content Standards.

6. Develop mentorship/leadership programs to promote professionalism in technology

and engineering education.

AWARD RECIPIENTS SELECTED BY THE COMMITTEE:

Academy of Fellows

This is the highest recognition the Association can bestow upon any person. To qualify,

the individual must have gained prominence in and brought honor to the profession of

technology and engineering education. Recipient must be an ITEEA member. The

awardees will be granted membership in the Academy of Fellows of the International

Technology and Engineering Educators Association. Individuals will be considered

based on:

Leadership roles in ITEEA and other affiliate organization(s), and

Presentations and professional development activities at local to international

level, and

Recognition by peers.

Award of Distinction

To qualify for the Award of Distinction, the individual must be an ITEEA member and

have distinguished him/herself through accomplishment in:

Improvement of Instruction, or

Research and Scholarship, or

Effective Teaching.

Lockette/Monroe Humanitarian Award

This is given to an individual who is an ITEEA member and has promoted humanistic

values while serving as a technology and engineering education professional on the

national/international, state/province or local level in one or more of the following areas:

Developing social awareness,

Preserving democratic and/or human dignity processes; and/or

Maximizing the potential of individuals.

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Public Understanding of Technology & Engineering Award

This award shall be given to an individual who, while working in his/her field, has also

contributed substantially to the public understanding of technology and engineering.

Nominations are encouraged to identify candidates whose contributions have reached

broad audiences and have a sustained record of contributing to the public understanding

of technology and engineering. Nominations with support information should be

submitted to ITEEA, screened by the Executive Committee, and approved by the Board

of Directors. There are no award deadlines, nor does the award have to be presented on

an annual basis.

William J. Wilkinson Meritorious Award

The Meritorious Service Award is presented to an ITEEA member worthy of

commendation for service to the International Technology and Engineering Educators

Association. To be considered, individuals must have provided continuous service to

ITEEA and

Affiliate Association(s) or

The profession.

Special Recognition Award

This award is presented to an individual who has established a sustained record of

outstanding service to the field of technology and engineering education. To qualify for

this award, the recipient must be an ITEEA member and have made a significant

contribution to ITEEA or technology and engineering education. To be considered,

individuals must meet one of the following criteria:

• Promoted technology and engineering education at any level (local to

international) with a resulting impact, or

• Actively facilitated or participated in professional development for technology and

engineering educators with a resulting impact, or

• Recognized at any level for outstanding service or achievement in technology and

engineering education.

AWARDS MANAGED BY OTHER GROUPS:

Awards selected by ITEEA affiliates but managed by the ITEEA Program Excellence

Awards Chair, and Teacher Excellence Awards Chair

Program Excellence Awards

This award recognizes outstanding technology and engineering education programs

from each affiliate association at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.

Teacher Excellence Awards

This award recognizes outstanding technology and engineering education teachers from

each affiliate association at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Applicants

must be an ITEEA member and have made a significant contribution to ITEEA or

technology and engineering education. To be considered, individuals must meet one of

the following criteria:

Promoted technology and engineering education at any level (local to

international) with a resulting impact; or

Actively facilitated or participated in professional development for technology and

engineering educators with a resulting impact; or

Recognized at any level for outstanding service or achievements in Technology

and Engineering Education.

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AWARDS DETERMINED BY, AND PRESENTED BY, DESIGNATED ORGANIZATIONS OR

COMMITTEES:

Distinguished SHIP Member Award

This award honors an EEA-Ship member for work exemplifying the purpose for which

the organization was formed—developing a better and closer working relationship

between businesses in the school field and educators.

Prakken Professional Cooperation Award

This award honors an individual exhibiting exceptional quality, which have promoted the

field of technology and engineering education in cooperation with other fields or

disciplines. The recipient of this award may be from outside the technology and

engineering education field or a member of ITEEA.

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CONFERENCE PROGRAM

Primary Responsibility

Review the structure and operation of the association's annual international conference

program and recommend changes in its operation. The committee is selected by region.

There is no correlation between the regional location of the committee members and the

upcoming conferences. It is suggested that committee members be geographically

located within driving distance of one another to facilitate a face-to-face meeting of the

committee members. When a new conference committee is appointed it is strongly

recommended that the new chairperson attend the final meeting of the outgoing

committee.

Length of Service: Three years

Assigned Tasks:

1. Make recommendations to adjust the timing and schedule of the conference to meet

regional and international needs of the conference attendees.

2. Establish firm timelines for materials pertaining to conference program presentations.

3. Evaluate conference presenter applications for use at annual conference.

4. Coordinate association and council meetings.

5. Recommend annual conference theme and strands.

6. Recommend creative alternatives to types of conference activities.

7. Evaluate the annual conference program.

8. Recruit international members to serve on Conference Program committee.

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ELECTIONS

Primary Responsibility

Identify the slate of officers for the Association consistent with the Bylaws.

Length of Service: Three years

Assigned Tasks:

1. Implement the election components of the ITEEA Bylaws. Bylaws can be found at:

http://www.iteea.org member’s only section.

2. Promote cultural and gender diversity in all ITEEA leadership roles.

3. Recruit at least one international member to serve on the Elections committee.

4. Work with The Technology and Engineering Teacher staff in preparing an ad to be

placed in the journal soliciting candidates to run for office.

5. Solicit candidate names from ITEEA committee chairs, affiliate representatives,

affiliate presidents, and other leaders in the field.

6. Identify candidates to run for office, contact members to run for office, and request

them to complete application (form HB-7).

7. Consistent with the Bylaws, the Elections Committee shall present a slate of officers

to the President-elect, consisting of a maximum of four (4) candidates for each office.

a. The committee shall use a scoring rubric to assess each candidate’s application

(ranking forms ELC-01, ELC-02, ELC-03).

b. The committee shall present the strongest slate of officers possible, and will

make every effort to insure that representatives from each of the ITEEA Regions

are represented.

8. The President-elect, in consultation with the Executive Committee, shall review the

slate of officers for approval.

a. The slate of officers shall be reviewed for cultural and gender diversity.

b. The slate of officers shall be reviewed for Regional representation.

c. Any changes require consultation with the Elections Committee Chair.

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MEMBERSHIP

Primary Responsibilities




Suggest and encourage appropriate activities and services for increasing

Association membership at all levels of education.

Review membership categories and practices and make recommendations to the

Board of Directors.

Suggest appropriate activities and services to retain current association members.

Length of Service: Three years

Assigned Tasks:

1. Work with ITEEA Liaison on membership issues.

2. Inform the Board of Directors of ways to enhance the recruitment process.

3. Develop strategies for assisting affiliates and the ITEEA to maintain and increase

membership (i.e. promotion ideas, activities, etc.).

4. Develop strategies to solicit and maintain elementary school memberships.

5. Prepare at least two articles for affiliate association newsletters.

6. Review the membership structure and report to the Board of Directors through the

President-elect.

7. Identify services delivered by other international associations.

8. Identify new ITEEA services to be implemented.

9. Develop recommendation for systematic and procedural changes to improve the

quality of membership services

10. Recruit at least one international member to serve on membership committee.

11. Develop suggested benefits and services package for business, industry and

international members.

12. Develop a marketing plan for each new membership category.

13. Develop a recruitment message and strategies for each of the new membership

category.

14. Develop materials for dissemination to electronic membership.

15. Collect data outlining the quality of services to members in the areas of professional

development, conferences, curriculum, publications and membership through the

awards program.

16. Develop recommendation for systematic and procedural changes to improve the

quality of membership services through the awards program.

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SPECIAL EVENTS

Primary Responsibility




Identify special events for technology and engineering educators.

Coordinate and promote events that support the ITEEA Strategic Plan.

Recruit at least one international member to serve on Special Events committee.

Length of Service: Three years

Assigned Tasks:

1. Plan and operate a job placement service at the annual conference.

2. Plan, promote, and conduct the Technology and Engineering Show Case at the

annual Conference.

3. Contact ITEEA Teacher and Program Excellence Award winners to present at the

Technology and Engineering Show Case.

4. Prepare TET announcement soliciting Technology and Engineering Show Case

presenters. (Sept. 1)

a. Develop bio-fold or tri-fold type program that highlights the Technology and

Engineering Show Case presenters.

b. Provide the presenters detail schedule containing the location, exhibit set-up

time, and any other necessary information prior to the annual conference.

5. Design and promote international exchanges between and among attendees at the

annual conference.

6. Recommend new events that will enhance technology and engineering teaching.

Such recommendations should not be restricted to the annual conference.

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REVIEW/MANAGEMENT BOARDS

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DISTINGUISHED TECHNOLOGY EDUCATOR (DTE) REVIEW BOARD

Primary Responsibility

To offer special recognition to those educators who have demonstrated a high level of

competence and ethical performance in technology and engineering education over a

substantial period of time.

Length of Service: Three years

Assigned Tasks:

1. Identify individuals to be considered as DTE recipients and encourage their

participation. DTE Form can be found at http://www.iteea.org member’s only section.

2. Administer the policies for recognizing recipients for the DTE recognition.

3. Provide names of selected DTEs to Executive Director for recognition at the annual

conference.

4. Review DTE criteria, scoring sheet, and application to ensure an exact match.

5. Prepare announcement to be placed in TET soliciting applications.

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JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION (JTE) MANAGEMENT BOARD

Primary Responsibilities

This group serves as the Management Board for the Journal of Technology Education.

Assigned Tasks

1. Review the performance of the existing editor and publisher for the JTE and make

the decision, when applicable, to renew or not to renew the existing

editing/publishing contract based on the performance record for the previous two

years.

2. Solicit proposals, when necessary, for editing and publishing the Journal when an

existing contract is not being adhered to or in September before the existing contract

expires.

3. Approve the subscription rates for the JTE.

4. Meet during the ITEEA Conference “Committee and Review/Management Boards

work session” to carry out business related to the following:

a. Review the past year's income and expenditures against projected budget.

b. Review upcoming year's goals and budget.

c. Review the last year's annual editor's report which will include an analysis of the

number of articles submitted, rejected, in process, approved, and published

during the past year.

d. Review the last year's subscription and circulation report.

e. Review the promotional strategy being used.

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CHILDREN’S TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING (CTE) REVIEW BOARD

Primary Responsibilities

This group serves as the referee board for Children’s Technology and Engineering.

Assigned Tasks

1. Provide advisory functions that include the identification of themes, types of articles,

potential authors, new features, and sources of photos.

2. Maintain a list of confirmed authors for the next twenty-four months.

3. Approve at least two (2) technology and engineering education program articles for

publication in each issue of Children’s Technology and Engineering.

4. Solicit articles and other educational materials that will enhance technology and

engineering teaching.

a. Assist writer/authors in the process of developing articles for publication in the

CTE through a mentor model.

5. Work with ITEEA Journal Editor-in-Chief to ensure that articles are submitted for

publication in accordance with the publishing deadline and any other established

criteria.

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THE TECHNOLOGY and ENGINEERING TEACHER (TET)/

THE TECHNOLOGY and ENGINEERING TEACHER_e (TETe)

REVIEW BOARD

Primary Responsibilities

This group serves as the referee board for The Technology and Engineering Teacher.

Assigned Tasks

1. Provide advisory functions that include the identification of themes, type of articles,

potential authors, new features, and sources of photos.

2. Maintain a list of confirmed authors for the next twenty-four months.

3. Approve the referee of two (2) articles about technology and engineering education

to be published in each issue of the TET.

4. Solicit articles and other educational materials, which will enhance technology and

engineering teaching.

a. Assist writers/authors in the process of developing articles for publication in the

TET/TETe through a mentor model.

5. Work with ITEEA Journal Editor-in-Chief to ensure that articles are submitted for

publication in accordance with the publishing deadline and any other established

criteria.

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MEMBERSHIP

ROSTERS

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ITEEA COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSONS

2012-2013

Awards Committee

John M. Ritz (13)

STEM Education and Professional Studies

Old Dominion University

Norfolk, VA 23539

757-683-5226, Fax 757-683-5227

jritz@odu.edu

Conference Program Committee

Ken Starkman, DTE, Co-Chair (13)

2454 Fairview Street

Stoughton, WI 53589

KStarkman@matcmadison.edu

(610) 944-7634

fasdte@verizon.net

TET Review Board

Thomas R. Loveland, (Chair) (13)

Department of Technology Education (and)

Industrial Technical Education ITE

Certification, College of Education

St. Petersburg College

2465 Drew Street, NM 138

Clearwater, FL 33765

727-791-5938, Fax 727-791-2733

Loveland.Thomas@spcollege.edu

Brian McAlister, Co-Chair (13)

University of Wisconsin – Stout

224 B Communications Technology Building

Menomonie, WI 54751

715-232-5679

mcalisterb@uwstout.edu

DTE Board

Michael A. Fitzgerald, DTE Chair (13)

Education Associate, Engineering &

Technology Ed

Delaware Department of Education

Collette Education Resource Center

35 Commerce Way, Suite 1

Dover, DE 19904

302-857-3334, Fax: 302-739-1780

mfitzgerald@doe.k12.de.us

Elections Committee

Robert B. Tufte Chair (14)

9750 Wehrle Drive

Clarence, NY 14031

716-686-3600 x3414

716-857-0200 cell

rtufte1@aol.com

JTE Management Board

Christopher Merrill (Editor)

(ex officio, non voting)

Illinois State University

Technology Education Campus Box 5100

Normal, IL 61790

309-438-7862, FAX: 309-438-8626

cpmerri@ilstu.edu

Special Events Committee

Bill Van Loo, Chair (14)

Honey Creek Community School

1735 S. Wagner Road

Ann Arbor, MI 48103

734-652-6883

Bill@billvanloo.com

Children’s Technology and Engineering

Review Board

Joey Rider-Bertrand, Chair (15)

STEM Curriculum & Instruction Specialist at

Lancaster Lebanon IU 13

1020 New Holland Avenue

Lancaster, PA 17601

717-606-1674

joey_bertrand@iu13.org

ASSOCIATION SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS

Program Excellence Awards

Vincent Childress

Kim Forbes

Teacher Excellence Awards

Don Mugan, DTE

James Boe

ITEEA Historical Archives

Millersville University (standing)

Thomas P. Bell, DTE (Curator)

Membership Committee

Jared Bitting, Chair (14)

Technology Education Teacher

Fleetwood Area Middle School

407 N Richmond St.

Fleetwood, PA 19522

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AWARDS COMMITTEE ROSTER

2012-2013

John M. Ritz, Chair (13)

STEM Education and Professional Studies

Old Dominion University

Norfolk, VA 23539

757-683-5226, Fax 757-683-5227

jritz@odu.edu

Tamara MacDonald (Liaison)

ITEEA

1914 Association Driv

Reston, VA 20191-1539

703-860-2100, Fax 703-860-0353

tmcdonald@iteea.org

Laura Hummell (15)

Assistant Professor

California University of PA

Department of Applied Engineering &

Technology

250 University Drive, Box 64

California, PA 15419

724-938-4381, Fax: 724-938-4572

hummell@calu.edu

William E. Peters (15)

Orrville City Schools

841 North Ella Street

Orrville, OH 44667

330-682-1717, Fax 330-682-1099

wep@zoominternet.net

George Willcox (15)

Virginia Department of Education

Technology Education

P.O. Box 2120

Richmond, VA 23218

804-225-2839, Fax 410-333-2099

gwillcox@pen.k12.va.us

Rick Baker (13)

Millard West Senior High School

5710 South 176 Ave.

Omaha, NE 68135

402-894-6054

rbaker@mpsomaha.org

Ron Barker (13) *Retiring

State Supervisor

Technology Education

Georgia Department of Education

Twin Towers East, Suite 1770

Atlanta, GA 30334

404-657-8316, Fax 404-651-8984

rbarker@doe.k12.ga.us

Scott Davis (13)

Lafayette High School

400 Reed Ln.

Lexington, KY 40503

859-381-3474,

Fax: 859-381-3487

Scott.Davis@vayette.kyschools.us

Todd Kelly (13)

Department of Industrial Technology

Purdue University

401 N. Grant Street

West Lafayette, IN 47907-2021

Office: 377B

Phone: 765-496-2383

Fax: 765-496-2700

trkelley@purdue.edu

Ethan Lipton, DTE (15)

California State University-LA

Engineering and Technology

5151 State University Dr.

Los Angeles, CA 90032

elipton@exchange.calstatela.edu

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ASSOCIATION SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS

2012-2013

Program Excellence Roster

Vincent Childress, Co-Chair

North Carolina A&T State University

Technology Education

Greensboro, SC 27438

336-334-7190, Fax: 336-334-7577

childres@ncat.edu

Kim Forbes, Co-Chair

704 Montrose Dr

Greensboro, NC 27410, US

336-215-5079

forbesk@triad.rr.com

Teacher Excellence Roster

Don Mugan, DTE, Chair Co-Chair

Valley City State University

415 Winter Show Road SE

Valley City, ND 58072

701-845-7128, Fax 701-845-0727

don.mugan@vcsu.edu

James Boe, Co-Chair

Valley City State University

415 Winter Show Road SE

Valley City, ND 58072

701-845-7442, Fax 701-845-0706

jim.boe@vcsu.edu

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CONFERENCE PROGRAM COMMITTEE

2012-2013

Ken Starkman, DTE, Co-Chair (13)

2454 Fairview Street

Stoughton, WI 53589

KStarkman@matcmadison.edu

Brian McAlister, Co-Chair (13)

University of Wisconsin – Stout

224 B Communications Technology Building

Menomonie, WI 54751

715-232-5679

mcalisterb@uwstout.edu

Kendall Starkweather, DTE (Standing)

ITEEA Executive Director

1914 Association Drive

Reston, VA 20191-1539

703- 860-2100, Fax 703- 860-0353

kns@iteea.org

Gary Stewardson, incoming Chair 2014

Utah State University

1537 North 1525 East

Logan, UT 84341-2989, US

435-797-1802

gary.stewardson@usu.edu

Greg Quam, DTE (13)

Technology & Engineering Administrator

Platteville High School

710 East Madison St.

Platteville, WI 53818

608-342-4024, Fax 608-342-4427

quam@platteville.k12.wi.us

Dale Hanson (13)

PO Box 2019

Appleton, WI 54912

920-832-6145

hansondale@aasd.k12.wi.us

Jesse Domer (13)

SkillsUSA / Electrathon Advisor

Technology & Engineering

Watertown High School

DomerJ@watertown.k12.wi.us

(w) 920-262-7500 x3106

(f) 920-262-7545

(c) 920-219-2922

www.GoslingElectric.com

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ELECTIONS COMMITTEE

2012-2013

Classroom Teacher

Robert B. Tufte Chair (14)

9750 Wehrle Drive

Clarence, NY 14031

716-686-3600 x3414

716-857-0200 cell

rtufte1@aol.com

Classroom Teacher

Cory Booth (15)

Tucker High School

Engineering and Technology Education

GETEA Vice President & Web Master

Lab Phone: 678-874-3783

Cell: 404-702-5056

Supervisor

Douglas Handy (14)

6901 Charles Street

Building B

Towson, MD 21204

410-887-8927

dhandy@bcps.org

Classroom Teacher

Josh Brown (14)

1602 Sanderson Ct.

Normal, IL 61761

309-438-5874

jbrown4@ilstu.edu

Teacher Educator

Kara Harris (14)

College of Technology

Applied Engineering

Terre Haute, IN 47809

812-237-9633

kara.harris@indstate.edu

International

Terrie E. Rust (14)

809 W. Riordan Road

Suite 100

Box 227

Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Fax: +91-040-8099878110

terrie_rust@hotmail.com

Region Directors will act as liaisons to

the committee so as to better inform and

communicate with the membership

thought their state affiliate representative

contacts.

Region 1 Director

Lynn Basham

Technology Education Specialist

Virginia Department of Education

P.O. Box 2120

Richmond, VA 23218

804-786-4210

Lynn.basham@doe.virginia.gov

Region 2 Director

David Rouch

Chair and Professor

Ohio Northern University

525 S. Main St.

Ada OH 45810

419-772-2170

d-rouch@onu.edu

Region 3 Director

Joel Ellinghuysen

Technology Education Teacher

Lewiston-Altura High School

100 County Road 25

Lewiston, MN 55952

507-523-2191, ex. 1390

jelling@isd857.org

Region 4 Director

John Donley

Technology & Engineering Teacher

Snowcrest Jr. High/Two Rivers HS

955 W. 12th Street

Ogden UT 84404

801-476-3954

jfdonley@wsd.net

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MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE

2012-2013

Jared Bitting, Chair (14)

Technology Education Teacher

Fleetwood Area Middle School

407 N Richmond St.

Fleetwood, PA 19522

610-944-7634

fasdte@verizon.net

Maureen Wiley

ITEEA

Exhibits/Advertising Coordinator

1914 Association Drive

Reston, VA 20191-1539

703-860-5028, Fax 703 860-0353

mwiley@iteea.org

Joel Ellinghuysen (14)

Technology Education Teacher

Lewiston-Altura High School

100 County Road 25

Lewiston, MN 55952

507-523-2191, ex. 1390

jelling@isd857.org

Randy McGriff (14)

Technology Education Teacher Retired

2289 W 250 S

La Porte, IN 46350-7705

219-362-7395, Fax 219-363-7396

rlmcgriff@comcast.net

Craig B. Clark, DTE (13)

Weaver High School

415 Granby St.

Hartford, CT 06112-1315

860-695-1640

cbcnasa@comcast.net

George Rogers, DTE (13)

Purdue University

401 North Grant Street

West Lafayette, IN 47907-2021

765-494-1101

Gerogers@tech.purdue.edu

John Donley (15)

Technology & Engineering Teacher

Snowcrest Jr. High/Two Rivers HS

955 W. 12th Street

Ogden UT 84404

801-476-3954

jfdonley@wsd.net

Lynn Basham (14)

Technology Education Specialist

Virginia Department of Education

P.O. Box 2120

Richmond, VA 23218

804-786-4210

Lynn.basham@doe.virginia.gov

David Rouch (15)

Chair and Professor

Ohio Northern University

525 S. Main St.

Ada OH 45810

419-772-2170

d-rouch@onu.edu

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SPECIAL EVENTS COMMITTEE

2012-2013

Bill Van Loo, Chair (14)

Honey Creek Community School

1735 S. Wagner Road

Ann Arbor, MI 48103

734-652-6883

Bill@billvanloo.com

Curt Funkhouser (13)

139 Shoaf St

Tarentum, PA 15084-8531, US

724-625-3145

curtfunk@gmail.com

Michael A. Fitzgerald (13)

Education Associate, Engineering &

Technology Ed

Delaware Department of Education

Collette Education Resource Center

35 Commerce Way, Suite 1

Dover, DE 19904

302-857-3334, Fax: 302-739-1780

mfitzgerald@doe.k12.de.us

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DISTINGUISHED TECHNOLOGY EDUCATOR (DTE)

REVIEW BOARD

2012-2013

Michael A. Fitzgerald, DTE Chair (14)

Education Associate, Engineering &

Technology Ed

Delaware Department of Education

Collette Education Resource Center

35 Commerce Way, Suite 1

Dover, DE 19904

302-857-3334, Fax: 302-739-1780

mfitzgerald@doe.k12.de.us

Anna L. Sumner, DTE (15)

1817 Holling Dr

Omaha, NE 68144-1264, US

402-390-6464

asumner@westside66.org

John R. Brown, DTE (15)

Mount Pleasant High School

5201 Washington Street

Wilmington, DE 19809

610-269-1382, Fax 610-269-2355

John.brown@bsd.k12.de.us

Anthony F. Gilberti, Ph.D., DTE (14)

Dean, College of Science and Technology

Fairmont State University

302C Engineering Technology Building

Fairmont, WV 26554

304-367-4642, Fax: 304-367-4934

Anthony.Gilberti@fairmontstate.edu

Mark Wallace, DTE (15)

High Point Regional High School

299 Pigeon Hill Road

Sussex, New Jersey 07461

mwallace@hpregional.org

Yvonne M. Spicer (15)

NCTL

One Science Park

Boston, MA 02114, US

617-589-3101

yspicer@mos.org

Fred Q. Blount, DTE (15)

4024 Monty Drive

Midland, TX 79703-6120

432-689-1651, Fax 432-689-1674, 694-4245

fqblount@grandecom.net

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JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION (JTE)

MANAGEMENT BOARD

2012-2013

CHAIRPERSON

CTTE Past President/Board Rep.

Richard Seymour (13)

Ball State University

Department of Technology

College of Applied Sciences and

Technology

Muncie, IN 47306-0255

765-285-5652, Fax 765-285-2162

rseymour@bsu.edu

Christopher Merrill (JTE Editor)

(ex officio, non voting)

Journal of Technology Education

Illinois State University

Technology Education

Campus Box 5100

Normal, IL 61790

309-438-7862, FAX: 309-438-8626

cpmerri@ilstu.edu

CTTE President

Ed Reeve

Engineering & Technology Education Dept.

6000 Old Main Hill

Logan, UT 84322-6000

435-797-3642, FAX 435-797-2567

Ed.reeve@usu.edu

CTTE Vice-President

Christopher Merrill

Illinois State University

Technology Education

Campus Box 5100

Normal, IL 61790

309-438-7862, FAX: 309-438-8626

cpmerri@ilstu.edu

ITEEA Past President

Thomas P. Bell, Ph.D., DTE

Associate Professor

Department of Industry and Technology

P.O. Box 1002

Millersville University

Millersville, PA 17551

717-871-2301, FAX: 717-872-3318

thomas.bell@millersville.edu

ITEEA President

William F. Bertrand (Bill)

Technology Education Advisor

Pennsylvania Department of Education

333 Market St. 8th Floor

Harrisburg, PA 17126

717-783-6848, Fax: 717-783-3946

wfbiteea@gmail.com and wbertrand@state.pa.us

The JTE Management Board consists of

7 members in the following categories:

2 appointed from the CTTE Executive

Board

2 appointed from the ITEEA Executive

Board

Current JTE Editor (ex officio, non-voting)

Past President of CTTE (chair, votes only

when tie)

ITEEA Executive Director (ex officio, nonvoting)

Kendall N. Starkweather, DTE (Standing)

ITEEA Executive Director

1914 Association Drive

Reston, VA 22091-1539

703-860-2100, Fax 703-860-0353

kns@iteea.org

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CHILDREN’S TECHNOLOGY and ENGINEERING

REVIEW BOARD

2012-2013

Joey Rider-Bertrand, Chair (15)

STEM Curriculum & Instruction Specialist at

Lancaster Lebanon IU 13

1020 New Holland Avenue

Lancaster, PA 17601

717-606-1674

joey_bertrand@iu13.org

Katie de la Paz, (Liaison)

ITEEA

Communications/Pubs Coordinator

1914 Association Drive

Reston, VA 20191-1539

703-860-3868, Fax 703-860-0353

kdelapaz@iteea.org

Sharon Brusic

Dept. of Industry & Technology

Millersville University

P. O. Box 1002

Millersville, PA 17551-0302

717-871-5548, Fax 717-872-3318

Sharon.Brusic@millersville.edu

Vincent Childress

Professor

North Carolina A&T State University

Technology Education

Greensboro, NC 27438

336-334-7190, Fax 336-334-7577

childres@ncat.edu

Marlene Scott

Principal, J.B. Watkins Elementary

5508 Sherman Terr

Richmond, VA, 23234

804 745 0695 home

Drmarlenescott@gmail.com

Martha Smith

Classroom Teacher

JB Watkins Elementary

501 Coalfield Rd

Midlothian VA 23114

804-378-2530

martha_smith@ccpsnet.net

Wendy Ku - Michitti

Classroom Teacher

Simsbury High School

34 Farms Village Rd

Simsbury CT 06070

860-255-7162

ku.26@osu.edu

Todd Kelley

Assistant Professor

Purdue University

Knoy Hall of Technology

West Lafayette IN 47907

765-496-2383

trkelley@purdue.edu

Ken Welty

University of Wisconsin-Stout

224D Communication Technologies Bldg

Menomonie WI 54751

715-232-1206

weltyk@uwstout.edu

Krista Jones

Classroom Teacher

Bellevue Elementary School

P. O. Box 390

Bellevue, ID 83313

208-788-4012, Fax 208-788-5156

kjones@bell.bcsd.k12.id.us

Ginger Whiting

Virginia Children’s Engineering Council

540 Vantage Place

Richmond, VA 23236

804-276-2391, Fax 804-276-7550

gwhiting@infionline.net

Pat Foster

Associate Professor

CCSU

22 Seneca Street

New Britain, CT 06053

860-832-1801

fosterp@ccsu.edu

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THE TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING TEACHER (TET)/

THE TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING TEACHER_e (TETe)

REVIEW BOARD 2012-2013

Thomas R. Loveland, (Chair) (2013)

Department of Technology Education (and)

Industrial Technical Education ITE

Certification, College of Education

St. Petersburg College

2465 Drew Street, NM 138

Clearwater, FL 33765

727-791-5938, Fax 727-791-2733

Loveland.Thomas@spcollege.edu

http://www.spcollege.edu/bachelors/coe_bst

eced.php?program=TECED-BS

Katie de la Paz, (Liaison)

ITEEA

Communications/Pubs Coordinator

1914 Association Drive

Reston, VA 20191-1539

703-860-3868, Fax 703-860-0353

kdelapaz@iteea.org

Scott Bevins (R01-S-1-2013)

Director of Institutional Research

The University of Virginia’s

College at Wise

One College Avenue

Wise, VA 24293

276-376-1066

pb8q@uvawise.edu

Rich Bush (R02-UP-1-2015)

Assistant Professor

Department of Technology

356 Wilber Hall

SUNY Oswego

Oswego, NY 13126

315-312-3990 office

315-297-9904 cell

richard.bush@oswego.edu

Ken Zushma (R03-CT-2-2014)

Classroom Teacher

Heritage Middle School

20 Foxcroft Drive

Livingston, NJ 07039

973-535-8000

kzushma@njtea.org

Stephanie Holmquist (R04-S-1-2013)

Holmquist Educational Consultants

2926 Forest Hammock Drive

Plant City, FL 33556

813-739-6500

stephie@hecedu.com

Petros Katsioloudis (R05-UP-2-2014)

Assistant Professor

Old Dominion University

228 Education Building

Norfolk, VA 23592

757-683-5323

pkatsiol@odu.edu

Adam Zurn, M.Ed (R06-CT-1-2013)

Practical Arts Department Chair

Technology Education Teacher

Lampeter-Strasburg High School

1600 Book Road, PO Box 428

Lampeter, PA 17537

717.464.3311

adam_zurn@l-spioneers.org

adam.zurn@gmail.com

Mark Piotrowski (R07-S-1-2015)

Technology & Engineering Ed Assoc of PA

Council for Leadership President

Technology & Engineering Dept.

Virtual High School Site Coordinator

Lower Merion High School

315 Montgomery Avenue

Ardmore, PA 19003

Work: 610-645-1810

Mobile: 610-251-0869

PiotroM@lmsd.org

Vinson Carter (R08-UP-1-2014)

Technology Education program

Depart of Curriculum and Instruction

University of Arkansas

Stone House South F08

Fayetteville, AR 72701

(479) 575-3076

vcarter@uark.edu

Chris Anderson (R09-CT-1-2015)

Classroom Teacher

Gateway Regional High School/TCNJ

775 Tanyard Road

Woodbury Heights, NJ 08096

856-848-8200

canderson@gatewayhs.com

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Dennis Soboleski (R10-S-1-2014)

Career and Technical Education Office

Brevard Public Schools

2700 Judge Fran Jamieson Way

Viera Beach, FL 32940

(321) 663-10000 X 281

Soboleski.Dennis@Brevardschools.org

Odeese Khalil (R11-UP-1-2013)

Adjunct Faculty, CAL-U

2777 Soulier Street

Pittsburgh, PA 15227

Odeese07@gmail.com

Hal Harrison (R12-CT-1-2013)

Classroom Teacher

Florence Chapel Middle School

290 Shoals Road

Duncan, SC 29334

halh@harrisonpro.net

Steve Parrott (R13-S-2-2014)

Principal Consultant – Technology

Education and Engineering

Illinois State Board of Education

100 North First Street

Springfield, IL 62777

217-782-4620

srparrott@yahoo.com

(R14-UP-1-2015)

Professor

*Open waiting to be filled

Andy Stephenson, DTE (R15-CT-2-2014)

Classroom Teacher

Southside Technical Center

1784 Harrodsburg Road

Lexington, KY 40504

859-381-3603

andyste555@roadrunner.com

Wendy Ku (R16-S-1-2015)

Simsbury High School

34 Farms Village Road

Simsbury, Connecticut 06070

Cell Phone: (860) 280-8740

WendyKuMichitti@gmail.com

wku@simsbury.k12.ct.us

Kara Harris (R17-UP-1-2013)

Assistant Professor

Indiana State University

Technology Center 302

Terre Haute, IN 47809

812-237-9633

Kara.Harris@indstate.edu

Bart Smoot NBCT (R18-CT-2-2014)

Classroom Teacher

Technology Education/Business/

Computer Literacy Teacher

Delmar Middle and High Schools

Delmar, Delaware 19940

302-846-9544 ext 3123

BSmoot@seaford.K12.de.us

blasmoot@comcast.net

Tony Korwin, DTE (R19-S-2-2014)

Director, Information Systems

Antelope Valley College

3041 W. Ave K BE 301

Lancaster, CA 93536

(575) 430-7661

arkorwin@gmail.com

Pat Foster (R20-UP-1-2015)

Professor

Central Connecticut State University

1615 Stanley Street,

New Britain CT 06050

pfoster@ccsu.edu

Anna Sumner, DTE (R21-CT-1-2014)

Westside Middle School

8601 Arbor Street, Omaha, NE 68124

Lab: 402. 408.8865

Cell: 402.206.6402

asumner@westside66.org

(R22-S-1-2015)

Supervisor

*Open waiting to be filled

Sharon Brusic (R23-UP-1-2015)

Assoc. Professor, Tech Ed Coordinator

Dept. of Applied Engineering, Safety &

Technology

Millersville University

40 E. Frederick St.

Millersville, PA 17551-0302

Phone: 717-871-5548

Sharon.Brusic@millersville.edu

Oben Jones (R24-CT-1-2013)

Classroom Teacher

East Naples Middle School

4100 Estey Ave

Naples, FL 34104

JonesOB@collier.k12.fl.us

marcuso@comcast.net

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COMMITTEE AND

REVIEW/MANAGEMENT BOARD

FORMS

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PL-1

President Elect Copy

COMMITTEE AND REVIEW / MANAGEMENT BOARD ACTION PLAN

Group Name:

Chair

Date:

Task No.

Activity

(work to be completed)

Cost

Person

Responsible

Date

Due

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PL-2

Committee Chair Copy

COMMITTEE AND REVIEW / MANAGEMENT BOARD ACTION PLAN

Group Name:

Chair

Date:

Task No.

Activity

(work to be completed)

Cost

Person

Responsible

Date

Due

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COMMITTEE AND REVIEW/MANAGEMENT BOARD PROGRESS REPORT

PL-3

Group Name

Chair

Reporting Period: Jun Sep Dec Feb

15 th 15 th 15 th 15th

Work Scheduled

Work Completed

Plan to Address Discrepancy

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HB-1

COMMITTEE AND REVIEW/MANAGEMENT BOARD CHAIR CONTINUED SERVICE

CONFIRMATION & REAPPOINTMENT FORM

Part I (to be completed by the Board of Directors)

Name ______________________________________________ ITEEA Region _____________

Your term as chair of the

Committee, Review/Management Board of the ITEEA

continues through the close of the

ITEEA conference. The purpose of this form letter is to confirm your

willingness to: (please check one)

_____ continue to serve out your term as chair.

_____ accept reappointment for another term as chair.

Please complete Part II and return this form to the following address prior to ________________

__________________________________________________

__________________________________________________

__________________________________________________

Part II (to be completed by the Committee, Review/Management Board Chair)

Mr. Ms. Dr. (please circle one)

Name ________________________________________________________________

(last) (first) (initial)

Address ___________________________________________ Home Phone ________________________

___________________________________________ Work Phone ________________________

___________________________________________ Fax # ______________________________

___________________________________________ Email ______________________________

Check one:

_____ I will continue to serve out my term as chair.

_____ I will accept reappointment for another term as chair and understand this reappointment is subject to the

approval of the President and Executive Committee.

_____ I am sorry but I must terminate my service as chair and recommend the following individual(s) be considered

for appointment as chair.

_________________________________ _______ __ ___________________________________

________________________________________

_______ _____________________________

Part II (to be completed by the appropriate ITEEA officers for reappointment of committee chair)

_____________________________________________________________________________________

Nomination for Reappointment (Board Member) date

____________________________________________________________________________________

Reappointment (President) date

_____________________________________________________________________________________

Executive Committee approval (President-Elect) date

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COMMITTEE AND REVIEW/MANAGEMENT BOARD MEMBER CONTINUED

SERVICE

CONFIRMATION & REAPPOINTMENT FORM

HB-2

Part I (to be completed by the Board of Directors)

Name ______________________________________________ ITEEA Region _____________

Your term as member of the

Committee, Review/Management Board of the ITEEA

continues through the close of the

ITEEA conference. The purpose of this form letter is to confirm your

willingness to: (please check one)

_____ continue to serve out your term as a member of this committee.

_____ accept reappointment for another term as a member of this committee.

Please complete Part II and return this form to the following address prior to ________________.

__________________________________________________

__________________________________________________

__________________________________________________

Part II (to be completed by the Committee, Review/Management Board Member)

Mr. Mrs. Dr. (please circle one)

Name ________________________________________________________________

(last) (first) (initial)

Address ___________________________________________ Home Phone ________________________

___________________________________________ Work Phone _________________________

___________________________________________ Fax # ______________________________

___________________________________________ Email ______________________________

Check one:

_____ I will continue to serve out my term as a member of this committee, Review/Management Board.

_____ I will accept reappointment for another term and understand this reappointment is subject to the approval of

the President and Executive Committee.

_____ I am sorry but I must terminate my service as a member and recommend the following individual(s) be

considered for membership.

_________________________________ _______ __ ___________________________________

________________________________________

_______ _____________________________

Part II (to be completed by the appropriate ITEEA officers for reappointment of the member)

_____________________________________________________________________________________

Nomination for Reappointment (Board Member) date

____________________________________________________________________________________

Reappointment (President) date

_____________________________________________________________________________________

Executive Committee approval (President-Elect) date

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COMMITTEE AND REVIEW/MANAGEMENT BOARD ROSTER FORM

HB-3

Group __________________________________________________________________

Group Reports To: _________________________________________________________

Association Year __________

Chair

Term of

Appointment

Association Year __________

Chair

Term of

Appointment

Telephone (O)

(H)

(F)

Email

Telephone (O)

(H)

(F)

Email

Members: Term Members: Term

Executive Board Approval _______________________________________________

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COMMITTEE AND REVIEW/MANAGEMENT BOARD CHAIR NOMINATION FORM

Part I (to be completed by the Board of Directors)

HB-4

Name ______________________________________________ ITEEA Region _____________

You have been suggested as a potential candidate for chair of the _____________________ Committee,

Review/Management Board of the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association. The Term of

appointment for chair of this ITEEA committee/board is _____ years beginning at the close of the __________

conference. Individuals must have been members in good standing for at least two years prior to assuming duties as a

committee/board chair. Members may usually serve on only one standing or operational committee. Attached to this

form is a copy of the duties and responsibilities of this committee/board.

Please complete Part II and return this form to the following address prior to ________________

__________________________________________________

__________________________________________________

__________________________________________________

Part II (to be completed by the nominee)

Mr. Ms. Dr. (please circle one)

Name ________________________________________________________________

(last) (first) (initial)

Address ___________________________________________ Home Phone ________________________

___________________________________________ Work Phone _________________________

___________________________________________ Fax # ______________________________

___________________________________________ Email ______________________________

Check one:

_____ I will accept a two year appointment as chair of the ITEEA committee/board named above and understand this

nomination is subject to the approval of the President and Executive Committee.

_____ I am sorry but I am unable to accept the nomination as chair of the ITEEA committee/board named above.

Part II (to be completed by the appropriate ITEEA officers for reappointment of committee/board chair)

_____________________________________________________________________________________

Nomination for Reappointment (Board Member) date

____________________________________________________________________________________

Reappointment (President) date

_____________________________________________________________________________________

Executive Committee approval (President-Elect) date

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COMMITTEE AND REVIEW/MANAGEMENT BOARD MEMBER NOMINATION FORM

Part I (to be completed by the Board of Directors)

HB-5

Name ______________________________________________ ITEEA Region _____________

You have been suggested as a potential candidate for membership on the _____________________

Committee/Board of the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association. The Term of appointment

for membership on this committee/board is _____ years beginning at the close of the __________ ITEEA conference.

Individuals must be ITEEA members in good standing to be appointed to membership on committees/boards and may

usually serve on only one standing or operational committee/board. Attached to this form is a copy of the duties and

responsibilities of this committee.

Please complete Part II and return this form to the following address prior to ________________

__________________________________________________

__________________________________________________

__________________________________________________

Part II (to be completed by the nominee)

Mr. Ms. Dr. (please circle one)

Name ________________________________________________________________

(last) (first) (initial)

Address ___________________________________________ Home Phone ________________________

___________________________________________ Work Phone _________________________

___________________________________________ Fax # ______________________________

___________________________________________ Email ______________________________

Check one:

_____ I will accept an appointment to the committee/board named above and understand this nomination is subject to

the approval of the President and Executive Committee.

_____ I am sorry but I am unable to accept the nomination for a position on the committee/board named above.

Part II (to be completed by the appropriate ITEEA officers for reappointment of committee/board chair)

_____________________________________________________________________________________

Nomination for Reappointment (Board Member) date

____________________________________________________________________________________

Reappointment (President) date

_____________________________________________________________________________________

Executive Committee approval (President-Elect) date

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COMMITTEE AND REVIEW/MANGEMENT BOARD REQUEST

BOARD OF DIRECTORS ACTION

HB-6

Committee/Board: ______________________________________ Date

____________________

Chair: ___________________________________________

1. Describe specific board action(s) requested:

II. Provide rationale for action(s) requested:

III. What are the implications for budget allocations if action is approved?

Submit to President-Elect for presentation to Board of Directors

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OFFICIAL ITEEA NOMINATING COMMITTEE

BIOGRAPHICAL DATA FORM

HB-7

Your name has been submitted as a potential nominee for an office in the International

Technology and Engineering Educators Association. The Elections Committee has been charged

with evaluating all nominees to establish the four candidates to be submitted to the membership

on the ballot. Your assistance in furnishing the biographical data requested is necessary for fair

evaluation by the committee.

Please complete the form as directed and restrict your responses to the spaces provided.

PLEASE TYPE ALL RESPONSES. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND SUPPLEMENTARY

SHEETS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

Office for which you have been nominated:

President-Elect ____________________ Director of Region _____________________

Criteria for eligibility as an officer of the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association

are:

1. A professional or life member of ITEEA.

2. Be a member of ITEEA the preceding three years.

3. Hold a position with responsibility in technology education.

4. An individual is classified as a Classroom Teacher, Supervisor or Teacher Educator (for purposes of

nomination for a Regional Director's position or as President-Elect) if at least 50% of their professional

assignment is in the respective area and/or they declare that the respective area is their major

assignment or interest in technology education.

DO YOU WISH TO BE CONSIDERED A NOMINEE FOR THIS OFFICE?

YES __________ NO __________

If yes, please complete the following:

DATE:

FULL NAME:

POSITION (title):

ADDRESS (school or agency):

PHONE:

FAX:

HOME ADDRESS:

PHONE:

Email:

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HB-7 (continued)

EDUCATION (Institutions, Degrees and Major):

DATES INSTITUTION DEGREE MAJOR

TEACHING OR SUPERVISORY EXPERIENCE (Begin with present position and list chronologically)

DATES SCHOOL CITY SUBJECTS TAUGHT/

SUPERVISED OR

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES

INDUSTRIAL AND/OR OTHER SIGNIFICANT WORK EXPERIENCE (Begin with most recent and list

chronologically)

DATES EMPLOYER BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES

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HB-7 (continued)

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (List organizations, offices, and committee activities)

LOCAL LEVEL:

STATE/PROVINCE LEVEL:

NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL LEVEL:

PUBLICATIONS (List major publications)

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HB-7 (continued)

RESEARCH AND SPECIAL PROJECTS:

SPECIAL HONORS (Honorary Listings and Special Awards):

MILITARY EXPERIENCE:

HONOR SOCIETIES:

I CERTIFY THAT I AM WILLING TO SERVE IN THE OFFICE FOR WHICH I HAVE BEEN NOMINATED:

____________________________________________________________________

Signature

Date

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HB-7 (continued)

PLATFORM STATEMENT. (TO BE USED ON THE OFFICIAL BALLOT).

SEND ONE HIGH RESOLUTION DIGITAL IMAGE OF YOURSELF TO BE USED IN

THE TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING TEACHER AND ON THE BALLOT.

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ITEEA CONFLICT OF INTEREST POLICY

HB-7 (continued)

All officers, directors, and employees owe an undivided duty of loyalty to the Association

which requires them to act exclusively in the interests of the Association, without consideration

for their own interests or concerns, when conducting its business. That duty includes avoiding

situations where a conflict may exist or may appear to exist between the best interests of the

Association and of the individual.

For example, such a conflict may arise if an individual performs duties for the

Association and for another organization which competes with the Association. A conflict may

also arise if an individual accepts gifts or other gratuities from an entity or person who does or is

seeking to do business with the Association.

The Association wants to remind its officers, directors, and employees of that legal

obligation and has distributed this policy in order to ensure that they fully understand that duty.

For that reason, the Association asks that you sign this acknowledgement below.

The Association urges you to contact the ITEEA President and Executive Director if you

want to discuss any questions which you may have about the obligation owed to the

Association.

The Association wants to reiterate its appreciation and thanks for your efforts on behalf

of it and its members.

_______________________________

Signature

_______________________________

Date

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HB-8

COMMITTEE AND REVIEW/MANAGEMENT BOARD REIMBURSEMENT CLAIM

FORM

Send to: ITEEA Executive Director/CEO

Date: _____________________

International Technology and Engineering Educators Association

1914 Association Drive

Reston, VA 22091

Committee, Review/Management Board Name: _______________________________________

1. Transportation* $ ____________________

(Attach dates, destinations, purpose,

mode of travel, and receipts)

2. Meals and Lodging* $____________________

(Attach receipts)

3. Telephone $____________________

4. Postage $____________________

5. Office Supplies $____________________

6. Typing, Reproduction, Printing, and Duplicating $____________________

7. Other (indicate nature) $____________________

*Only if prior budget approval was obtained.

TOTAL $____________________

Make check payable to:

Submitted by:

______________________________________

(Name)

_____________________________________

(Committee Chair)

______________________________________

_____________________________________

(Address) (Committee) (Year)

______________________________________

(City, State, Zip)

(Make out in triplicate, retain one copy for your files, send one copy to the President-Elect

and send one copy to Executive Director)

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NEWS RELEASE FORM

HB-9

Send to: ITEEA Executive Director/CEO

Date: _________________________

International Technology and Engineering Educators Association

1914 Association Drive

Reston, VA 22091

News Release (narrative format). Please write your news item as you want it to appear, realizing it may

have to be edited to meet space requirements. Include photos where appropriate.

Submitted by:

_____________________________________

(Committee Chair)

_____________________________________

(Committee)

ACTION TAKEN BY ITEEA:

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ELC-03

CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION

ITEEA ELECTIONS COMMITTEE RANKING FORM

Board Position Being Considered _________________________________

Name of Candidate Being Considered ______________________________

Criteria to be used in ranking candidates using a 1 (low) - 5 (high) scale.

1. Formal education background including degrees or certifications that relate to the

technology/engineering teaching profession.

2. Work experience including teaching, supervision, corporate, or military experiences.

3. Professional activities including research completed, publications, recognition, honor

societies, and professional memberships.

4. Leadership experience in terms of committee/task force activity, commissions, elected

positions held, and accomplishments as a result of leadership.

5. Platform statement exhibiting a passion or real desire to be a worker and a shaker or mover

in advancing the profession forward as a Board member.

Ranking according to criteria; 1 (low)- 5 (high) scale.

_____ 1. Formal education background

_____ 2. Work experiences

_____ 3. Professional activities

_____ 4. Leadership experience & accomplishments

_____ 5. Passion to advance profession

_____ TOTAL SCORE

ALL RANKING INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE IS CONFIDENTIAL.

Committee Member _________________________________________________________

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Confidential

ITEEA ELECTIONS COMMITTEE

NOMINATIONS SUMMARY FORM

ELC-02

Please use this ranking sheet as a method of selecting four candidates for each position. Please include total

scores for each nominee. Rank from 1 to 10 with 1–4 being the 4 nominees the committee wishes to put

forth to the executive committee for approval and to be placed on the November ballot.

ITEEA President-Elect Total Pts ITEEA Director of Region # Total Pts

1. __________________ _________ 1. _________________________ _______

2. __________________ _________ 2. _________________________ ________

3. __________________ _________ 3. _________________________ ________

4. __________________ _________ 4. _________________________ ________

5. __________________ _________ 5. _________________________ ________

6. __________________ _________ 6. _________________________ ________

7. __________________ _________

8. __________________ _________

ITEEA Director of Region # Total Pts

1. ____________________ _________

2. ____________________ _________

3. ____________________ _________

4. ____________________ _________

5. ____________________ _________

6. ____________________ _________

DIRECTIONS

o Completed Summary form

must be turned in to the

president-elect at the end of

the elections committee work

session.

o Form should be signed

below.

Signature, Elections Committee Chair ______________________________________

ALL RANKING INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE IS CONFIDENTIAL.

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Confidential

ITEEA ELECTIONS COMMITTEE

INDIVIDUAL RANKING FORM

ELC-01

Please use this ranking sheet as a method of selecting four candidates for each position. Please rate each

individual by circling a number to the right of their name, 10 being the highest rating. Please rate your top 4

candidates using 1 – 4.

ITEEA President-Elect Total Points Top 4 ITEEA Director of Region # Total Points Top 4

1. _________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ____ 1. ______________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1____

2. _________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ____ 2. ______________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1____

3. _________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ____ 3. ______________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1____

4. _________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ____ 4. ______________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1____

5. _________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ____ 5. ______________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1____

6. _________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ____ 6. ______________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1____

7. _________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ____

8. _________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ____

ITEEA Director of Region # Total Points Top 4

1. ___________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ____

2. ___________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ____

3. ___________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ____

4. ___________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ____

5. ___________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ____

6. ___________________ 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ____

ALL RANKING INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE IS CONFIDENTIAL.

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