Nathan Bush wins ITEEA Teacher Excellence Award

Nathan Bush, a Technology Education teacher at Saline High School, was recently honored by the International Technology & Engineering Educators Association with their prestigious Teacher Excellence Award. The award was given at the 2011 ITEEA Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Above is a short video interview with Nathan in which he talks about winning the award and offers encouragement to others to apply for the Teacher Excellence Award. Michigan teachers of technology and engineering are encouraged to apply for the Teacher Excellence Award at the ITEEA’s website.

ITEEA NEWS RELEASE

For Immediate Release

Teacher Excellence Awards Presented at ITEEA’s Annual Conference

Minneapolis, Minnesota, March 24, 2011 – Nathan Bush of Saline, Michigan was recently honored by the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association as one of 36 teachers from across the U.S. to receive its prestigious Teacher Excellence Award.

The award is one of the highest honors given to technology education classroom teachers and is presented in recognition of each recipient’s outstanding contribution to the profession and to his or her students. The awards were distributed as part of ITEEA’s second general conference session.

For more information on ITEEA’s Annual Conference or on the Teacher Excellence Awards, contact ITEEA by phone: (703) 860-2100, fax: (703) 860-0353, email: [email protected] or visit the website at www.iteea.org.

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