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Milwaukee in 2015!

ITEEA's 77th Annual Conference
Milwaukee, WI
March 26- 28, 2015

 

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WI STEM PARTNER DISPLAYS

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)
Booth 233
www.aiaa.org
AIAA, the world’s largest aerospace professional society, proudly supports the efforts of over 4,000 K-12 educators by providing hands-on practical experiences and mentoring opportunities designed to inspire the next generation of engineers and scientists. Through our partnership with innovative programs like Sky Robotics, AIAA is ready to help you make STEM exciting and fun! Visit www.aiaa.org/STEMK-12.

Autodesk*
Booth 207
www.autodesk.com
The next generation of designers, innovators, and creators are your students today. Inspire, engage and prepare your students for academic and career success with Autodesk Education.

Carnegie Mellon University Robotics Academy**
Booths 308/309
www.education.rec.ri.cmu.edu
Carnegie Mellon's Robotics Academy is presenting two NSF research projects: Changing Culture in Robotics Classrooms and Developing a Mapped Badged Pathway for Robotics And Computer Science. Robotics is being used in ITEEA classrooms across the country and these projects are studying how to improve robotics and computer science education. The Robotics Academy is seeking teachers to collaborate with on these exciting projects.

Connected Classrooms
Booth 131
www.TeachMe3D.org
www.TeachMe3D.org is a complete training tool for Autodesk Inventor, designed specifically for middle schools, high schools and robotics teams.

DEPCO LLC*
Booth 332
www.depcollc.com
DEPCO has been successfully furnishing Interactive Career Labs to schools around the world for nearly 30 years. Our project-based labs allow students to identify, explore and discover specific career areas that are compatible with individual capabilities and preferences.

DS Solidworks*
Booths 513/515
www.solidworks.com
Solidworks 3D applications help millions of engineers and designers succeed through innovation. Solidworks delivers an intuitive experience in product design, simulation, publishing, data management and environmental impact assessment.

Energy Concepts, Inc.
Booth 503
www.eci-info.com
Energy Concepts’ (ECI) contextual, standards-based educational systems provide hands-on, real-world learning for students in Engineering, Physics, Biotechnology, Forensics, Material Science, Electricity/Electronics, and Industrial Controls.

Engineering Education Service Center
Booth 413
www.engineeringedu.com
The EESC specializes in providing products for K-12 schools to teach and share the fun of engineering. From curriculum to books, DVDs, kits, and apps, we make engineering understandable.

Festo Didactic, Inc.
Booth 514
www.festodidactic.com
Festo Didactic supplies educational institutions and industries with learning factories, laboratory equipment, training programs, computer-based learning systems, web-based learning systems, simulation training software and modular multimedia educational programs.

Georgia Technology and Engineering Education Association (GETEA)
Booth 612
www.getea.org
The Georgia Technology and Engineering Education Association supports Georgia Engineering teachers by providing professional learning and classroom resources.

Goodheart Willcox Publisher*
Booths 101/200
www.g-w.com
Goodheart-Willcox produces content designed for teaching and career success. Learn more about technology and engineering textbooks and digital learning solutions at our booth.

Illinois State University**
Booth 632
http://Tec.ilstu.edu
The Technology and Engineering Education Program at Illinois State University prepares teachers for the secondary level. Degrees are awarded at the undergraduate (T&EE) and graduate (STEM Education and Leadership) levels. Scholarships and assistantships are available for undergraduate and graduate students.

In-House Solutions
Booth 500
www.inhousesolutions.com
In-House Solutions is the provider of a wide range of Mastercam Training Solutions, including books, videos, and PDF’s. See our new STEM Curriculum.

Intelitek*
Booth 302
www.intelitek.com
Intelitek transforms education across the globe through comprehensive technology learning solutions. Our innovative tools and technologies empower instructors and inspire students to improve the world around them.

ITEEA Engineering by Design™
Booths 312, 314
www.engineeringbydesign.org
ITEEA Engineering byDesign™ (EbD™) is a standards based integrative Model STEM program that provides curriculum, professional development, and assessments to K-12 schools. Stop by the EbD™ booth and meet Teacher Effectiveness Coaches (TECs) to learn more about our standards based curriculum (STL, Common Core State Standards, and the Next Generation Science Standards); our professional development opportunities; and what it means to be a Consortium state or Network school.

Kelvin*
Booth 501
www.kelvin.com
At KELVIN®, our primary mission is to assist educators in enriching curriculum and motivating students through quality hands-on activities at a fair price.

Mastercam/CNC Software, Inc.*
Booths 401/403
www.mastercam.com
Because Mastercam is the most widely used CAD/CAM software in the industry, Mastercam expertise is key to your students’ success in the job market. Mastercam is the only CAD/CAM software company with a division dedicated to education, providing schools with unparalleled customer support. With an easy-to-learn interface and a knowledgeable support team, Mastercam is the right choice.

NC State University**
Booth 600
http://ced.ncsu.edu/STEM
The Technology, Engineering & Design Education Program has undergraduate, masters, and doctoral degrees. Assistantships are available.

Old Dominion University**
Booth 502
http://www.odu.edu/stemps
Old Dominion University is an international leader in technology education with bachelors, master’s, and PhD degree programs. Graduate programs are offered online and assistantships are available.

Paxton Patterson*
Booths 201/300
www.paxtonpatterson.com
Cloud Learning Management System blended with project based learning. Anywhere! Anytime! Any Device!  Individualized learning with real time remediation for STEM, Health Science, Construction and FACS.

Pitsco*
Booths 100/102/106
Hearlihy
Booth 104
www.pitsco.com
Pitsco Education offers STEM solutions for every classroom that engage students via 21st century learning experiences steeped in Common Core and are backed by unparalleled customer service.

Purdue EPICS K12/Technology Leadership & Innovation**
Booth 602
https://engineering.purdue.edu/EPICSHS
https://tech.purdue.edu/
Purdue University offers a variety of technology-rich experiences for students and teachers. The EPICS K12, Engineering/Technology Teacher Education and Technology Leadership & Innovation programs will provide curricular resources, student opportunities, and teacher professional development.

Project Lead the Way
Booth 209
www.pltw.org
Project Lead the Way (PLTW) programs are the nation’s leading integrated science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs for students in grades K-12. Through world-class, activity-, project-, and problem-based curriculum, PLTW programs prepare students for the global economy through the development of critical thinking, collaboration, and problem-solving skills. During the 2014-15 school year, more than 6,500 schools in all 50 states and D.C. will offer at least one of PLTW’s five programs.

SATCO SUPPLY
Booth 408
www.tools4schools.com
Serving education since 1897, Satco Supply represents over 500 manufacturers of tools, equipment, furniture and supplies of technology, vocational and industrial education.

SeaPerch**
Booth 108
www.seaperch.org
SeaPerch is a hands-on, curriculum-based, underwater, remotely operated vehicle outreach program designed to generate awareness, interest, and eventual pursuit of STEM education and careers.

The STEM Academy**
Booth 203
www.stem101.org
The STEM Academy, Inc. is a national non-profit organization committed to improving STEM literacy for all students. STEM 101 curriculum creates student pathways for 21st century STEM career advancement.

STEMy Stuff LLC**
Booth 134
www.stemystuff.com
STEMy Stuff LLC, makers of the "Guitar in a Bag" activity, is an educational consulting company located in Brillion, Wisconsin.  Owned by a practicing Technology and Engineering teacher and a Science teacher, they do program assessments, curriculum development, and public speaking on the power of STEM education.

Stevens Institute of Technology
Booth 533
http://waterbotics.org
Waterbotics is an underwater robotics curriculum, developed with NSF funding that uses the LEGO MINDSTORMS system and is targeted at middle and high school students.

Stratasys*
Booths 103/202
www.stratasys.com
Stratasys® manufactures 3D printers and materials that enable designers, manufacturers, educators and hobbyists to produce concept models, prototypes and finished parts from 3D content.

School of Education @ Virginia Tech
Integrative STEM Education**
Booth 110
www.soe.vt.edu/istemed/
Integrative STEM Education Graduate Program at Virginia Tech – Graduate program for developing 21st century K-16 transformative leaders.

Technology Education Concepts, Inc.*
Booth 306
www.TECedu.com
TEC has been an “Experienced Provider of Design-to-Manufacturing Solutions and Teaching Labs” to Educators and Students for over 25 Years.  The company is a family-owned business started by an educator who is passionate about providing secondary and post-secondary schools with 3D Solutions used to teach today’s young people about the fields of engineering, design, manufacturing and architecture.

Technology Student Association (TSA)**
Booth 213
www.tsaweb.org
TSA is a national organization devoted exclusively to the needs of middle and high school students engaged in STEM. TSA offers over 60 competitions, as well as participation opportunities in Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics and Science (TEAMS), the Verizon Innovative App Challenge and the Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP).

United States Fab Lab Network, Inc.
Booths 116, 118 (mobile trailer), 128
www.USFLN.org
The USFLN is a grassroots network of U.S. Fab Lab—collegial laboratories that explore additive and subtractive fabrication in Academics (especially for the STEM and Fine Arts disciplines), Business (esp. innovation and entrepreneurship), and Community (esp. outreach to underserved populations). Visit working demonstrations in mobile Fab Labs.

Universal Laser Systems, Inc.
Booth 215
www.ulsinc.com
Universal Laser Systems manufactures laser engraving and cutting systems used in technology education for STEM and vocational training programs. A Universal laser system is the perfect tool to teach the fundamentals and possibilities of laser material processing.

Valley City State University**
Booth 114
http://teched.vcsu.edu
Valley City State University is an NCATE accredited university that provides online undergraduate and graduate degrees and certificates in Technology and Engineering Education, STEM Education, and Career and Technical Education.

Vernier Software & Technology*
Booth 212
www.vernier.com
Vernier creates easy-to-use and affordable science interfaces, sensors, and graphing/analysis software. Vernier’s technology-based solutions enhance STEM education, increasing learning, and build student’s critical thinking skills.

VEX Robotics*
Booths 313, 315, 412, 414
Info coming soon

Whitebox Learning*
Booths 307/406
www.whiteboxlearning.com
WHITEBOX LEARNING is a standards-based, web-based “3D STEM Engineering” learning system that allows students to engineer and simulate their designs virtually, before building… Gliders2.0, Prosthetics2.0, Dragster2.0, Structures2.0, GreenCar2.0, Rockets2.0, MousetrapCar2.0, and Rover2.0.

zSpace and Moss
Booth 415
http://Edu.zspace.com
zSpace delivers a new way of learning in STEM education. The zSpace STEM package combines a virtual, interactive experience with learning applications built on NGSS.

Big Blue STEM Racer
Booth 512
Kenosha's LakeView Technology Academy students display their 160 mpg high mileage vehicle. Students will share their exciting experience in designing, building and racing "Big Blue."

Big STEP Tech Turn
Booth 333
The Wisconsin Regional Training Partnership Big STEP in partnership with Milwaukee Public Schools have developed "Tech Turn," a program that provides STEM students with hands-on activities integrated into live construction sites such as Froedert Health and the Medical College of Wisconsin.

Brillion High School
Booth 132
Brillion High School has partnered with Ariens Corporation in the development of a technology center that exemplifies STEM education. Meet teachers and students to learn about this integrated industry partnership. 

Bronco STEM Education
Booth 133
Union Grove High School has developed a comprehensive approach to STEM education. Visit with teachers and students about classroom and community-based projects that inspire innovation and STEM competencies.

Burlington High School Construction Academy
Booth 232
Burlington High School has partnered with the Associated General Contractors (AGC) and the Scherrer Group to integrate STEM competencies into their construction academy. Students will demonstrate the importance of STEM education in the construction industry.

Dream Flight
BACK LEFT near Exhibitor Lounge
The Dream Flight USA "STEM Shuttle" travels to schools with the mission of motivating student to learn. The STEM Shuttle program is designed for grades 4-8.

GPS Education Partnerships
Booth 509
GPS Partnerships links high school students with employers to provide work experiences and engage youth in value-added STEM education experiences. Meet students and GPS leaders to learn how a GPS partnership can help your students.

Manufacturing Skill Standards Council
Booth 608
The global standard for manufacturing skills is delivered through the MSSC curriculum and assessments. College and industry leaders will share how MSSC can improve career opportunities for students and teachers. 

M.S.O.E. and PLTW a National STEM Partnership
Booth 112
The Milwaukee a School of Engineering is a recognized leader in STEM education. As a PLTW national affiliate college MSOE provides teacher certification training for technology and engineering teachers. Explore how MSOE and PLTW can help you build your STEM curriculum.

National Coalition of Advanced Technology Centers
Booth 606
The National Coalition of Advanced Technology Centers is a network of over 200 colleges and universities focused on advanced technologies and STEM curriculum. Learn about this valuable network of resources and peer-to-peer collaboration dedicated to the development of a STEM talent pipeline.

NOCTI Measuring What Matters
Booth 507
What are the STEM skills your students are expected to learn? NOCTI is a national collaboration of states and industry partners that specialize in measuring what matters. Test your skills with a hands on demonstration assessment.

Snap-on Tools & NC3
Booths 537, 539, 636, 638
Snap-on is a world leading manufacturer of professional hand tools and diagnostic equipment for the automotive, energy, and aviation industries. Snap-on's support for teacher education is exemplified through the NC3 partnership program. College instructors will share their experience and invite you to engage in this unique partnership opportunity. 

The N.E.W. Manufacturing Alliance
Booth 136
The Northeast Wisconsin Manufacturing Alliance has established a network of schools, colleges, and industry partners to address the shortage and skills in STEM related careers. This collection of successful best practices will add value for every school and community. 

Three Harbors Council Boy Scouts – STEM for Life
Booth 630
Learn about the Boy Scouts initiative that emphasizes STEM in context with current advancement programs.

Three Lakes High School Fab Lab
Booth 130
Sponsored by First Technologies, the Three Lakes High School Fab Lab is one of the most comprehensive technology and engineering labs with 3D manufacturing and rapid prototyping technology. 

University of Wisconsin – Platteville
Booth 437
TEECA students will demonstrate how STEM education is enhancing technology and engineering education.

University of Wisconsin – Stout
Booth 439
TEECA students will demonstrate how STEM education is enhancing technology and engineering education.

University of Wisconsin – Parkside
Booth 536
UW Parkside, in partnership with Gateway Technical College, has established a new technology education teacher education model designed to create alternative certification pathways for technology and engineering teachers.

Water Council and University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
Booth 432
Milwaukee is a global leader in water technology. Explore with students the exciting world of water science and the importance of sustaining our fresh water supply.

Watertown High School Robotics
Booth 113
Watertown High School is a national ITEEA award winning school. Robotics, automated manufacturing and entrepreneurship drive STEM programming. Students will demonstrate industrial scale robotics in this exhibit.

Wisconsin Automotive and Truck Dealers Foundation Partnership
Booth 538
The Wisconsin Automotive and Truck Dealers Association has a long standing partnership with high schools and colleges and helps students and teachers to achieve college and career success. 

Wisconsin SkillsUSA
Booth 138
SkillsUSA Wisconsin is a student organization. Learn from students the impact that leadership and skill development can have on STEM career success.

Wisconsin Technical College System STEM Leadership
Booths 137,139, 236,238, 237, 239, 336, 338
All 16 of Wisconsin's technical colleges embrace STEM education as a learning methodology that build pathways between high school, post secondary and industry. This exhibit showcases STEM pathways for student success.


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