Resources

Engineering Go For It

Engineering Go For Ithttp://www.egfi-k12.org
This is a comprehensive site designed especially for current or prospective teachers who plan to teach engineering.


American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)

ASEEhttp://www.asee.org
This site is dedicated to the world's leading professional society supporting lifelong engineering education. ASEE recognizes the role K-12 educators play in demonstrating exciting engineering concepts to young people. Each summer ASEE convenes a K-12 workshop that gives teachers effective classroom engineering education resources and networking opportunities. In addition, ASEE is home to the popular student-focused eGFI site and teachers' blog. Get the new magazine.


National Science Foundation

NSFhttp://www.nsf.gov/home/eng/
The National Science Foundation promotes the progress of engineering in the United States in order to enable the Nation's capacity to perform. Its investments in engineering research and education aim to build and strengthen a national capacity for innovation that can lead over time to the creation of new shared wealth and a better quality of life.


Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)

STEMhttp://www.stemedcoalition.org/
This site discusses the need for a technologically literate citizenry. There is an urgent need to develop a technologically capable workforce that can compete in the global economy. Employers are increasingly concerned about the lack of technically skilled workers. Much more emphasis must be placed on pre-college STEM education if this skill deficit is to be overcome.


International Technology and Engineering Education Association (ITEEA)

ITEEAhttp://www.iteea.org
The International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA) is the professional organization for technology, innovation, design, and engineering educators. Our mission is to promote technological literacy for all by supporting the teaching of technology and engineering and promoting the professionalism of those engaged in these pursuits. ITEEA strengthens the profession through leadership, professional development, membership services, publications, and classroom activities. See a Brief History of ITEEA.
ITEEA represents more than 35,000 secondary technology and engineering educators in the U.S. alone who are developers, administrators, and university personnel in the field representing all levels of education.


Technology Student Association (TSA)

TSAhttp://www.tsaweb.org
The Technology Student Association (TSA) is the only student organization devoted exclusively to the needs of students interested in technology. Open to students enrolled in or who have completed technology education courses, TSA's membership includes over 180,000 middle and high school students in 2,000 schools spanning 48 states. TSA is supported by educators, parents and business leaders who believe in the need for a technologically literate society. Members learn through exciting competitive events, leadership opportunities and much more. The diversity of activities makes TSA a positive experience for every student. From engineers to business managers, our alumni credit TSA with a positive influence on their lives.