Technology and Engineering Education

The Technology and Engineering Education program prepares educators who are certified to teach in a middle or high school environment. Our curricula leads to a Bachelor of Science in Education or a Master of Science in Education. Housed in the Kansas Technology Center (KTC), a modern, state of the art facility designed to prepare future teachers to utilize the latest in educational technologies to teach with and about technology. The Technology and Engineering Education Program is proud of its students and the accomplishments of their local Technology Education Collegiate Association (TECA) chapter. Most students choose to participate in TECA so they can take advantage of social and professional opportunities.

Fast Facts and Highlights: Recognized as one of the leading Technology and Engineering Education programs in the US; Near 100% placement of graduates over the last 10 years. The PSU TECA has extensive equipment/facilities both in the lab and throughout the Kansas Technology Center. Faculty have received national recognition and received numerous awards.

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International Technology and Engineering Educator's Association (ITEEA) 
Kansas Technology & Engineering Educator's Association (KTEEA)
Council on Technology Teacher Education (CTTE)
Technology Education for Children's Council (TECC)
National Education Association (NEA)
Kansas National Education Association (KNEA)

What is TEECA?
PSU TEECA is affiliated with the Technology and Engineering Education Collegiate Association, the national student association sponsored by the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association. The purpose of TEECA is to promote leadership, fellowship, scholarship, and a philosophical foundation for future technology teachers and technologist through college chapter coordinated activities at the campus, state, regional, and national levels.

Who Can Join?
PSU-TEECA membership is open to undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in technology and engineering education and technology programs. Members of PSU TEECA are also encouraged to join national TEECA which automatically provides ITEEA college student membership.

TEECA Southwest Regional Affiliates

Central Missouri State University
Fort Hays State University
Wayne State College
University of Arkansas
University of Wisconsin - Stout
University of Wyoming - Casper

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PSU-TEECA has several PSU items for sell made by our students. Your purchase will help sponsor the students to regional and national competitions, tours and social gatherings, which will help them to grow personally and professionally. Your support is sincerely appreciated.

Contact Andrew Klenke at 620-235-4372 if you have any questions regarding TEECA. 

A variety of novelty items are available for custom personalization: Ozark Trail insulated mugs, glass blocks, pitchers and steins.