Engineering & Technology Education Division
Division Policy & Business Meetings
All Region and Division Business Meetings are open meetings (with no registration fee) but require an RSVP to verify ACTE membership for members to vote on necessary items during the meeting. RSVPs are required by Friday, Nov. 6. The Zoom meeting link will be sent to each RSVP no later than Friday, Nov. 13. Questions? Contact member services at ACTE.
|TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17|
|5:00–6:00 p.m. EST||ACTE Engineering & Technology Education Division Policy Meeting (Invitation Only)|
|THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19|
|5:00–6:00 p.m. EST||ACTE Engineering & Technology Education Division Business Meeting|
Engineering & Technology Education in a Time of Uncertainty
The Association for Career and Technical Education and CompTIA have joined forces to host a live event featuring a panel of experts focused on the current state of education in fields including engineering, technology, design and other STEM-related sectors. While no one has all the answers, we will share what we know, take questions, and are eager to learn from other participants about your promising practices in the era of COVID-19.
Included in the Engineering and Technology Education Division is our STEM section. ACTE offers a variety of STEM-related resources to our members, including our STEM SmartBrief. STEM educators wishing to join our STEM section should e-mail us.
From our humble beginnings as manual arts in the Imperial Locomotive Works, to the Boston Manual Arts High School (now MIT), to our prominent place in the Morrill Act of 1862, manual arts, now engineering/technology education, has provided both career exploration and technical skill development for its students. The eTED strives to serve all of the secondary engineering and technology education profession whether the subject content that is taught is construction, communications, manufacturing, power and energy, transportation or pre-engineering.
Join your colleagues! Join the Engineering and Technology Education Division today and benefit from the professional development opportunities and national advocacy that will be afforded you. You can count on receiving an outstanding return on your investment. Additionally, the eTED encourages you to get involved with your division. Contact the eTED vice-president or any of the eTED Policy Committee members to discuss the opportunities available for you to serve.
The eTED seeks to work with all professional associations in the engineering and technology education arena to advance the discipline. This is accomplished through active participation by the division’s members in fellow associations and by the partnerships formed by the eTED leadership with other professional organizations.
The ACTE Engineering and Technology Education Division is aligned with the following Career Clusters:
- Architecture and Construction
- Arts, A/V Technology and Communications
- Information Technology
- Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
- Transportation, Distribution and Logistics
Engineering and Technology Division Resources and Documents
- Meet Jay Davis
- Engineering and Technology Education Awards Portal
- Engineering and Technology Education Committee Representatives
- Engineering and Technology Division Policy Committee
- Engineering and Technology Education Division Newsletters
- Engineering and Technology Education Handbook
- Handbook Intro
- Engineering and Technology Education Board Report Archive
- Engineering and Technology Education Operating Policies
- Engineering and Technology Education Meeting Minutes
- Engineering and Technology Education Strategic Plan
- Teaching Tips for New Engineering and Technology Educators
- Technology Student Association