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From AnnArbor.com: Four Skyline High School seniors won first place in a statewide youth entrepreneurship competition. The two pairs of students developed concepts, business plans and now are working on the prototypes for a water purification system using solar energy and a … Continue reading
ITEEA and its foundation, the Foundation for Technology and Engineering Educators (FTEE), give awards, grants, and scholarships to support the advancement of technology and engineering education. The Foundation for Technology and Engineering Educators (FTEE) was established in 1986 as a … Continue reading
MTEEA’s own Nathan Bush recently uploaded a new video that shows Saline Middle School’s implementation of Project Lead the Way. Project Lead the Way at Saline Area Schools from Nathan Bush_SHS Media Teacher on Vimeo.
MTEEA has officially launched the association’s new website. It is accessible at: http://www.mteea.org The new site features up-to-date content and a new look to reflect the organization’s new name and vision.
The Learning Institute for Technology Education (LITE) has launched a new organization, MTEEA, in order to better promote technology and engineering education. MTEEA is the Michigan Technology & Engineering Educators Association. The Learning Institute for Technology Education was established in … Continue reading
Nine members of the MTEEA (formerly LITE Association) attended the International Technology Education and Engineering Association’s International Conference that was held in Charlotte, NC on March 18-20, 2010. These professionals represented our association by participating in the President’s Roundtable meeting, … Continue reading