Conference Information

Our mission is to promote Leadership in Technology and Engineering Education as an integral part of STEM education at the elementary, middle and high school levels.  The CSL Council exists to promote and support individuals in Supervisory and Leadership positions. If you are not a member, please consider joining our team. 

The International Technology and Engineering Educators Council for Supervision and Leadership (ITEEA-CSL) is a professional organization operating under ITEEA.  The ITEEA-CSL hosts several professional development opportunities during the annual ITEEA conference. For more information, please see below.

A special thank you to our conference sponsors -WhiteBox Learning / Goodheart-Wilcox / PITSCO

2015 ITEEA Conference Information:

  • ITEEA LogoITEEA 77th Annual Conference Information:
  • ITEEA Columbus LogoGeneral Conference Information:
    March 26-28, 2015
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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    2015 ITEEA-CSL Conference Schedule:

    Wednesday - March 25, 2015:
    3:30-4:30pm – CSL Steering Committee Meeting
    6:00-7:00pm – President’s Reception (Sponsored by WhiteBox Learning)
    7:00-9:00pm – State Supervisor’s Meeting

  • Thursday -March 26, 2015:
    7:30-8:45am
    – CSL Breakfast Meeting & Awards (Sponsored by Goodheart-Wilcox)
    11:30-12:30pm – CSL Luncheon (Sponsored by PITSCO)
    1:00-1:50pm Implementation of NGSS and best practices for Engineering Design 2015
    2:00-2:50pm “So Much to Do and So Few to Do It”
    3:00-3:50pm“STEM – for ALL

    4:00-5:30pm – TECA Employability Strategies (Roundtable)

  • Friday March 27, 2015:
    6:00-9:00pm – Steering Committee Meeting


Encouraging the Next Generation of Supervisors and Leaders

Barry Burke, DTE - Director
, ITEEA's STEM Center for Teaching and Learning

The Council for Supervision and Leadership is unique in that we support and encourage teachers and administrators to strive to meet tomorrow's challenges. Usually, opportunities are often presented as challenges. Challenges are often viewed as impediments to success, but in fact are opportunities to look at our paradigms in a new way!

We often hear from teachers that getting into administration is "not their thing." But they ARE leaders. Some teachers say they can't see leaving the classroom because they feel they are making a difference with students. Some teachers who aspire to be supervisors and leaders have found that that helping and mentoring other educators is a way to keep connected to classrooms.

The bottom line is that supervisors and leaders inspire educators to inspire students. It is worth noting that inspiration is the way we as leaders help others to see themselves in their future and to achieve successes that they never thought they would, or could achieve.

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Barry N. Burke, DTE
bburke@iteea.org

 

Board of Directors

  • President Elect:
    Mark Crenshaw, Georgia State Department of Education
  • Past President:
    RJ Dake, Kansas State Department of Education
  • ITEEA Board Representative:
    Steve Parrott, Illinois State Department of Education
  • Secretary / Treasurer:
    Barry Burke, STEM Center for Teaching and Learning
  • Membership Chair :
    Johnny Moye, ITEEA Research
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