The WTEA is an association made up of educators and other interested stakeholders with a desire to improve technology & engineering education at all grade levels within the state of Wisconsin. A wide variety of individuals, agencies and organizations have representation in the Association, including public schools, private schools, correctional institutions, technical colleges, universities, business and industry representatives, classroom teachers, teacher supervisors, administrators, and college students preparing for the profession.
The WTEA works in cooperation with the International Technology Engineering Education Association, Wisconsin Association for Career and Technical Education, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, Wisconsin Technical College System Board, Wisconsin Society of Science Teachers, Skills USA, and technology education collegiate student associations.
– Discounted admission to the WTEA annual spring conference
– WTEA website access (including members only file downloads)
– Access to a statewide network of teachers for resources, ideas and support
– Awards and recognition of outstanding k-16 technology educators
– An active voice on issues that concern technology education
– Subscription to the Interface (3 issues per year)
– Association mailings, and communications
– Regional meetings and workshops