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Visit  CT-TSA Page Here to View the 2021 Connecticut Regional Conference

Awards  Video 

This year Connecticut TSA Students competed against TSA students from Rhode Island, New Hampshire and New York. Special Thanks To Rhode Island TSA State Advisor Shannon Donavan and now New Hampshire Technology Education teacher Alicia Lynn for their remarkable skills and talent in setting up over 30 virtual competitions, judging and conference registrations. Also congratulations to Connecticut TSA State Advisor Jim Hutson from Killingly high School and our 2020-2021 State Officers. 

CTEEA Virtual Conference

January 27 - 28, 2021

Presentation Videos

Welcome Rich Reynolds, President CTEEA

 Teacher Recognition and Keynote Address 

Dr.  Johnny Moye, ITEEA

STEL - National Standards

Welcome and STEL Presentation

Doug Casey, Connecticut Department of Education

Student Data Privacy Law

Student Data Video

Bruce Freeman - Tech Ed Solutions

CAD/CAM/CNC Using Mastercam and Forest CNC Router

CAD-CAM-CNC Presentation Video

Don Schaer - Tech Ed Solutions

Solidworks "cloud based" solution

Solidworks Cloud Based Solutions Video

Kathy Scott - CoderZ :Why Virtual Robotics & Coding Really Works

Tech Ed Concepts

CoderZ - Virtual Robotics



Individuals  Recognized at the 2021 Virtual CTEEA Conference

For Hosting Student Teachers Fall 2020 & Spring 2021

David Gorski - Fall 2020

Stafford High School


Beth Penney - Fall 2020

Tolland high School


Rachel Kane - Fall 2020

Sedgwick Middle School West Hartford


Mike Iavarone - Fall 2020

East Haven High School


Savva Savvides - Spring 2021

South Windsor High School


Jamie Lang - Spring 2021

South Windsor High School


Adriano Borgia - Spring 2021

Cromwell High School


Thomas Gordon - Spring 2021

Maloney High School Meriden


Jill Kowalik - Fall 2020 & Spring 2021

Global Experience Magnet School Bloomfield


Camille Westfall - Fall 2020 & Spring 2021

Middle School of Plainville

CTE UN-Conference Sponsored by CSDE

Flier Registration Link

2021 - 2022 CTEEA Program of the Year and Teacher of the Year Information 

Wonderful things are happening in Technology/Engineering classrooms in Connecticut. CTEEA wants to recognize those individuals and groups who strive for excellence by providing their students with the best educational experiences. CTEEA/ITEEA Unified members qualify for consideration of these awards.

We are doing this through two award programs:  Teacher of the Year and Program of the Year. The top two finalists of Teacher of the Year will receive a free one year CTEEA /ITEEA Unified membership, and admission to the following year CTEEA conference.

The top two finalists of Program of the Year will receive a free one year CTEEA /ITEEA Unified membership, and admission to the following year CTEEA conference. The award recipient(s) will receive membership for up to 3 members of the department. 

CTEEA reserves the right to offer additional memberships in the category of Program of the Year due to extenuating circumstances. CTEEA also reserves the right to restrict or reduce offerings of recognition due to unforeseen circumstances or an interpretation contrary to the intent of the offerings. 

The recipients for the Teacher of the Year and Program of the Year awards will be eligible to submit an application to the ITEEA for consideration for their Teacher Excellent or the Program Excellence Awards. These awards will be presented at their annual conference. 

If you would like to recommend an individual or program for recognition, an invitation will be sent asking them to apply for an award. Please send the name and contact information of the nominated person or program to Gregory Kane, CTEEA Affiliate Representative, 27 Pitkin ST, Manchester, CT 06040, or to: gkane@aol.com.


I encourage you to apply for the awards without an invitation.  

All applications need to be submitted no later than Monday, October 25, 2021. The applications can be found at the CTEEA web site CTEEA.org and they are attached to this message. 

Applications are available to download from the CTEEA website, CTEEA.org on the RECOGNITION page.



CTEEA now offers a Unified Membership with ITEEA. Along with a reduced membership cost to both organizations unified members enjoy the full benefits offered by ITEEA as well as CTEEA. Unified members are eligible to apply for CTEEA/ITEEA Teacher (middle and high school) or Program of the Year (middle and high school) and will be recognized at both the Annual CTEEA and ITEEA Conferences



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