ISHI Tec Rec (Technology Recognition) Award Competition
ISHI (Illinois Supervisors of Programs for Hard of Hearing/Deaf Individuals) created the TecRec Award in 2003/04 to identify and promote teachers who use technology in the classroom as a teaching strategy. The competition has had a great response from the field and has since been held annually.
Judges look at creativity and how projects relate to curriculum; they also wish to choose a variety of age levels/abilities and different types of technology to show the many ways teachers can incorporate technology into their lessons. Authors of winning projects receive a $500 award; awards are presented at the Illinois Teachers of Deaf/Hard of Hearing Individuals (ITHI) conference.
You may view previous years' winning projects by clicking the appropriate links below. For more information regarding the Tec Rec Award, contact: Becki Streit at email@example.com.
2005/2006 TecRec Winning Projects
Now Hear This
Melissa Wells, LICA, Des Plaines
A student with a hearing loss in my room! I don't know anything about that!
Ellen Sweeney, LICA, Des Plaines
Hey, is it time for reading: Getting into reading
Tris Ottolino, Dept. of Communicative Disorders, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb
2004/2005 TecRec Winning Projects
Word Families Unit: eat
Kathleen Condron, Eisenhower Cooperative, Oak Lawn
Parade of Animals Modified Textbook
Dana Dudzik, Eisenhower Cooperative, Oak Lawn
Website: Help for New Hearing Itinerants
Brenda Schmidt, Plainfield Schools, Plainfield
2003/2004 TecRec Winning Projects
Animals: Arthropods and Echinoderms
Dana Winsor Dudzik, Nathan Hale Middle School, Crestwood
Raven Emeritz, Center Glen Therapeutic School, Northbrook
The Ultimate Experience Story
Aimee Veith, Illinois School for the Deaf, Jacksonville
Page updated 02/28/05