What are Annual Reports?
Annual Reports are the yearly reports from each TEA of his/her activities throughout the year. They include presentations, attendance at meetings, creation of Web activities, funds acquired to support TEA activities, etc.
Why are the Annual Reports Important?
Annual Reports help demonstrate the impact of TEA. They show the involvement and investment of TEA community members and how your research experience is being shared. These reports help justify future funds for TEA.
What is the Online Submission Form?
The online submission form is a file that you create and edit that contains information about your activities for the year. They are available for the TEA community to view - however, they are password protected. You are the only one who can change the online report.
How do I use the template?
Log in with your individual login and password. Select either a new form or a previous form (if you have created one already). Add your report information and save it (hit the "create" button at the bottom of the form). When you select "create", the system stores your information for you. You can continue to edit / add to the template, or log off and return at a later time. When you return, request your template file and you can edit or add new information.
When you are ready for your form to be posted, send an e-mail to Steph. The file will be moved from the archive section of the TEA page to the public (TEAs Only) section of the Web site.
How Often Can I Post?
As often as you wish. Daily, quarterly, yearly...
When are Annual Reports due?
January 15th of each year for the first three years of your involvement with the TEA Program. Note that by submitting your form, you are ensuring your eligibility for attending TEA events for the following year.
Annual Reports for Individual TEA Teachers
Jennifer Kabo Curtis
Mary Ann DeMello
Jean Pennycook (Roberts)
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