The Technology Education Special Interest Council will be holding their Biannual General Meeting on November 17th. Besides our general meeting and the election of a new executive we will be holding Professional Development sessions in a number of different topics with a focus on G-Suite and Coding. Many of you have been asking for details - rest assured we are working hard getting ready should be able to give you full details and registration will be next week!
The Technology Education Special Interest Council (TESIC) of the Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers' Association (NLTA) exists to foster professional growth and development of its membership in the areas of Technology Education and Technology Integration.TESIC also advocates for the special interests of Technology Educators and attempts to liason with other partners in the educational enterprise for the welfare of its membership as well as the development of students in areas influenced by Technology Education.
TESIC's main event is its Biennial General Meeting and Conference (BGM) which is held every two years at changing venues. The event offers educators an opening evening featuring either a keynote or presentation followed by a full day of professional learning sessions. A vital part of the conference is the BGM where the activities of the council over the last term are reviewed, issues relevant to TESIC’s mandate are discussed, and an election is held to fill the Executive slate. It is an important and significant event in a council’s term in office. It gives teachers an opportunity to connect with each other, helps guide TESIC’s priorities for the coming term, and is an important source of renewal. While its primary activities are the BGM and Conference, TESIC seeks to host other smaller events and constantly advocate on our members behalf.
The Technology Educators Special Interest Council (TESIC) will hold its biennial BGM at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in St. Johns on November 16-17 and we are now accepting expression of interest and proposals for presenters. We are looking for teachers who use technology in innovative ways ...Read the rest of this topic
TESIC would like to bring a current research study to the attention of any teacher in NL that has ever or is currently teaching technology education at the intermediate level (grade 7-9). David Gill (former TESIC VP) is currently looking for teachers to complete his online questionnaire on the ...Read the rest of this topic