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WOMEN AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION RESOURCES

ITEEA WomenTech Portal

The ITEEA WomenTech Portal brings educators resources for increasing the number of women and girls in the technology classroom.

Read the joint mission statement between ITEEA and the Institute for Women in Trades, Technology and Science (IWITTS)


National Center for Women & Information Technology: NCWIT is the National Center for Women & Information Technology, a 501(c)(3) coalition that works to increase diversity in IT and computing.

WomenTech Proven Practices Library: Research-based articles for educators to recruit and retain more women and girls into the technology classroom.

CalWomenTech Learning Library: The CalWomenTech Learning Library identifies software and pubs for educators and students that boost technology building block skills.

CalWomenTech Online Trainings: Webinars and Podcasts that will guide educators through strategies to help recruit and retain women and girls to the technology classroom.

CalWomenTech Podcasts: Listen to women in male-dominated fields discuss their jobs and topics like “Developing Male Allies in Your Male-Dominated Field” and “Starting a New Career in Your Male-Dominated Field.”

Recruitment Strategies: 5 Easy Steps: Learn the 5 steps that can help you recruit more women and girls to the technology classroom.

Retention Strategies: 5 Easy Steps: Discover 5 steps toward retaining more women and girls in the technology classroom.

Free Career Video Clips: These career video clips feature successful women in
male-dominated jobs like Animator and Research Scientist.

Career Video Series: This video series will inspire your female students to enter into any of these 35 exciting tech, trades and science occupations!

WonderWise: Women in Science Kits: Women in Science Kits Provide 9 Real Women Scientists as Role Models for Your female Students.

PicoCricket Robotics Kits: Girl-friendly PicoCricket Kits will teach your female students robotics, engineering and programming skills.

SciGirls Kits: SciGirls videos and activity guides make science colorful and fun with science for girls, by girls!

Think Women Can’t? Think Again! Poster Series: These large, attractive posters in engineering and tech/trades feature 14 inspirational role models.

Girls, Math & Science Partnership: The Girls, Math & Science Partnership's mission is to engage, educate, and embrace girls as architects of change. Working with girls age 11 - 17 and their parents, teachers, and mentors, they draw organizations, stakeholders, and communities together in an effort to ensure that girls succeed in math and science. 

WomenTechWorld.org: The national online home for women technicians to connect with each other.

WomenTech Talk: This listserv has more than 500 women technicians and students participating in an email discussion group.

Role Model Biographies: Receive inspiration from stories and photos of successful women, organized by occupational area.

Cisco Gender Initiative: Read best practice profiles, gender FAQS, online focus group report and profiles of role models.

The Promotion of Women in Computer Science: A guide about the opportunities for women in the field of computer science.


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