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PITSCO/HEARLIHY/FTE GRANT Excellence in Teaching Technology and Engineering

Type: Foundations
Source: INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION
Program: PITSCO/HEARLIHY/FTE GRANT Excellence in Teaching Technology and Engineering
Eligibility: Applicant must be an ITEEA member and register for the ITEEA Annual Conference. (Membership may be enclosed with scholarship application). Applicant must be a teacher (elementary or secondary) who is successfully integrating technology and engineering education within the school curriculum. (Applicant above the elementary school level must be a technology/engineering teacher.) Applicant must attend the conference awards ceremony where award is presented.
Purpose: The Foundation For Technology And Engineering Educators In Cooperation With Pitsco/Hearlihy & Company Proudly Announces The $2,000 Pitsco/Hearlihy/FTEE Grant In Honor Of Tom And Mary Hearlihy. The Grant Is For A Technology And Engineering Teacher At Any Grade Level (K-12). Its Purpose Is To Recognize And Encourage The Integration Of A Quality Technology And Engineering Education Program Within The School Curriculum. Criteria Include: (1) Evidence Of An Effective Quality Technology And Engineering Education Program, (2) Documented Success In The Integration Of Technology And Engineering Education With Other Academic Subjects, And (3) Plans For Professional Development Via The Anticipated Grant.
Deadline: 12-01-2013
Award Max: $2,000.00
Quantity: Unknown
Period: Award.
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HEARLIHY/FTEE GRANT Foundation for Technology and Engineering Educators 1914 Association Drive, Suite 201 Reston, VA 20191-1539 703/860-2100, FAX 703/860-0353 iteea@iteea.org
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