On behalf of OTEEA Executive Committee, I would like to invite you to participate in 2018 OTEEA Spring Conference School Exhibits program. We encourage your involvement in this year’s school exhibits. It will prove to be rewarding to you, your students, your program, and your school. Last year, we had 8 schools participate in the school exhibit program. It would be great to double that for this year’s conference. Whether you bring one project or many, it will promote professional growth for all. This year’s Spring Conference will be a one day event, Friday May 18th held at the Idea Foundry in Columbus. I am looking forward to seeing some of the outstanding work crafted around the state of Ohio.
Below you will find the School Exhibit application and OTEEA categories for May 18th event. We hope that you plan to participate.
OTEEA School Exhibits Manager
School Exhibits set up will be Thursday May 17th from 5 pm - 8:00 pm. and also May 18th, 8am to 9:30am. If you plan to participate or have questions, email email@example.com or Mike Brockert at (937) 409-5003. To ensure project entry cards are sent out in a timely manner, Registration Deadline for School Exhibits is Friday, May 7th.
School Exhibits Application
School Exhibits Categories
Construction/Architecture:( sub categories include Wood, Metal, Plastics, and Misc.) In this category, displays should represent the construction of homes, apartments, or commercial buildings or show evidence of research into a construction technique.
Manufacturing – Rapid Prototype and Mass Production: (sub categories include Wood , and Misc.) In this category, displays should represent 3D printed objects and projects made by way of mass production. organizational chart, jigs, fixtures, cost analysis, and making strategies. Display should include : A prototype unit or a finished product, and documentation showing how the manufacturing process was used to produce a product.
Manufacturing – Material & Processes: ( sub categories include Wood, Metal, Plastics, and Misc.) In this category, displays should represent projects that sample a segment of the manufacturing process.
Energy/Power/Transportation: : ( sub categories include Propulsion, Hydraulics/Pneumatics, Electronics, and Alternative Energy) In this category, displays should represent projects that experiment with energy/power or the transmission of energy/power.
Graphic Arts: : ( sub categories include Technical Drawing, Visual Processes , and Photography) In this category displays should represent non computer technical drawings, visual processes, and photography.
Computer Generated Technology: ( sub categories include Computer Aided Drafting, Multimedia and Visual Graphics) .) In this category, displays should demonstrate an effective use of communication technology through the aid of the computer in whole or part. Any project completed totally or in part through the use of a computer for the primary method of completion of the project should entered in this category.
Bio-Related Technology: In this category, displays should represent an effective use of Bio-related Technology.
Engineering – Misc.: ( sub categories include Robotics, Invention/Innovation, and Reverse/Analysis Testing) In this category, displays should represent work that are related to the sub categories listed above.
Stem Connection: ( sub categories include Collaboration) In this category, displays should represent work that are completed as a collaboration with other department/groups in your school.