ITEC Student Technology Fair

Sharing Student Success

Student Technology Fairs 2016

ITEC sponsors regional student technology fairs each spring. The technology fairs offer K-12 students an opportunity to showcase technology-based projects created as part of their instructional curriculum in their schools.

Almost 300 projects will be presented statewide. The projects span eight different categories including web presence, programming, video/linear presentation, graphics/publishing, 3-D rendering/non-linear animation, music/sound design, mobile apps, and innovative technology use.

Each project is reviewed by local judges and those students receiving purple ribbon awards are invited to showcase their project at the ITEC conference in October.

Please contact Stacy Behmer,, if you have any questions about the Eastern Technology Fair.

Sign Up for the Eastern Fair

Sign up by the end of March. Project details will be requested in April.

Eastern Technology Fair

Monday, May 2nd, 8am-12pm

2301 Oakdale Boulevard

Coralville, IA


8:00 – The Facility opens, Sponsors & Students arrive and start to set up

8:10 – Judge’s meeting takes place in the Judge’s Room

8:30 -- Welcome

8:45 – Judging of projects begins

11:30 – Judging of projects ends

11:40 – All judging rubrics have been turned in and ribbons have been awarded to students

11:45 – Announcement of Purple Ribbon Winners

Want to Judge?

This is a wonderful opportunity for students to showcase their technology-based projects and gain experience presenting to an adult. If you enjoy working with youth and have an interest in student centered activities, please consider being a volunteer judge at our fairs. We need over 50 volunteers this year between the two fairs! Computer expertise is not necessary and judges will work in pairs.



ITEC stands for the Iowa Technology Education Connection. ITEC promotes the use of technology in education by demonstrating to its members, other educators and the public, developments in educational technology and how its appropriate use supports teaching and learning.