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The British Columbia Technology Education Association (BCTEA) is a Provincial Specialist Association (PSA) of the British Columbia Teachers Federation (BCTF).  The BCTEA represents Technology Education teachers and those teachers promoting  the development and growth of Applied Design Skills and Technologies (ADST), Makerspaces and Tech Ed in British Columbia schools.  The BCTEA also works with like minded groups at the Elementary and Secondary levels (K – 12) in addition to organizations that are involved in areas such as trades training and setting industry standards for training young workers.

BCTEA Members are teachers within the public school system (K-12) in British Columbia actively involved with the implementation of the Applied Design, Skills and Technologies curriculum.

BCTEA Subscribers are teachers in private schools, business and industry partners that work with the BCTEA to promote and advance interests in Technology Education, ADST and Makerspaces.


2018 Conference – Presenters wanted

Posted on26 May 2018
The BCTEA is currently looking for workshop presenters at the 2018 BCTEA conference held at Fraser Heights Secondary in Surrey on Friday, October 19th .  If you are interested in applying to be a presenter, please complete the attached form...
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Posted on25 Apr 2018
Technology Education Goals. That is what this report is focused on. What I have found in being the president of the BCTEA is that without goals, and people behind stated goals, not much happens. Even then it requires incredible dedication...
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Job Posting – Mulgrave School – Aug 2018

Posted on22 Feb 2018
Mulgrave is one of Canada’s leading independent co-educational pre-K – 12 day schools, serving the North Shore of Vancouver.  The posting is for a Design Technology Coordinator.  See attached if interested. Upper School (G6-12) Design Technology Coordinator