Skip to main content

TETA Awards

TETA Logo

 

TETA Awards

 

Please read as some dates have been changed.

Finalsite Logo

Joan Gray Instructional Leadership Award

Sponsored by Blackboard

This year TETA presents the Joan Gray Instructional Leadership Award. This award recognizes and honors one TETA member who has demonstrated outstanding achievement and leadership in implementing technology to improve education.  The winner will receive a trip to a Technology Conference. 

Open Nominations at Summer Institute, close October 15 Award at November Board Meeting

Central Technologies logo

Dr. Howard Cisco Outstanding CTO Award 

Sponsored by Central Technologies

- Each year TETA presents the District CTO Award. This award recognizes and honors one leader who has demonstrated outstanding achievement and leadership in implementing technology to improve education at the District Level. The winner will be given a trip to CoSN.

 Open Nominations at Summer Institute, close October 15 Award at November Board

Promethean Logo

TETA Outstanding Teacher Award

Each year TETA presents the Outstanding Teacher award. This award recognizes one teacher who has demonstrated outstanding achievement and instruction in implementing technology to improve education. The winner will receive a trip to TETC.

 Nominations open March 1 through April 30 Announced 2nd Week of May

Perry Brown ISTE Scholarship - This scholarship to the annual ISTE conference is awarded to at least one TETA member who has not previously won the Perry Brown award. The scholarship includes registration and travel costs. Click here for a copy of the rubric.

 APPLICATION DUE October 15, 2022

Director's Award - has traditionally been given to a person with a broad influence on instructional technology that spans across the entire state. The recipient does not have to be a TETA member but must be someone who has gone above and beyond in supporting and/or implementing technology.

TETA Member of the Year - is awarded to a person from each Chapter that exemplifies the qualities of TETA's mission. The recipient is a recognized leader within their Chapter.

Making it Happen - This award honors outstanding educators and leaders who demonstrate extraordinary commitment, leadership, courage and persistence in improving digital learning opportunities for students. Since its inception in 1995, more than 800 educators from around the world have received the award.

Honorary Membership - the TETA Board of Directors may bestow memberships on individuals or organizations.

 

 

If you have any questions, please email awards@teta.org