National Technology Leadership Initiative Fellowships

Since Fall 2000, the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) has been collaborating with four teacher education associations representing the content areas of mathematics, science, English language arts, and social studies education through the National Technology Leadership Initiative (NTLI).

The NTLI fellowships were established to recognize exemplary presentations related to integration of technology in core content areas at the annual meetings of each participating association.  

AMTE identifies the winner of its NTLI fellowship through a competitive process that includes the requirement of submitting a paper in advance of the conference. The winner of the award receives travel funding ($1200, made possible by a donation by Texas Instruments) for presenting at the SITE Annual Conference. The paper is forwarded and recommended for publication in the CITE journal by the AMTE Technology committee after additional review.

Thanks to Texas Instruments for their ongoing support of this award.

Recent AMTE Winners of the NTLI Fellowship

2017

A Framework for Mathematics Teachers' Evaluation of Digital Instructional Materials: Integrating Mathematics Teaching Practices with Technology Use in K-8 Classrooms

2016

Moving Online: Challenges and Successes of Adapting Mandated Professional Development from In-Person to Hybrid Format

2015

Incorporating Technology to Enhance Teachers Education Lessons and Preservice Teachers' Learning

  • Jennifer Nickell, North Carolina State University

2014

The Role of Technology in Increasing Preservice Teachers' Anticipation of Students' Thinking in Algebra

  • Steve Rhine - Willamette University
  • Rachel Harrington - Western Oregon University
  • Brandon Olszewski - International Society for Technology in Education

The Algebra Thinking Project (ATP) aims to capitalize upon three decades of research on student thinking and misconceptions in algebra to better prepare preservice teachers to anticipate students’ thought processes and struggles through project resources.

For more information and past winners of NTLI Fellowships, visit the NTLI page on SITE's website.