Academic journal article ATEA Journal

Two Outstanding Technical Teachers Honored

Academic journal article ATEA Journal

Two Outstanding Technical Teachers Honored

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The American Technical Education Association's 2010 Outstanding Technical Teacher Award was presented to two individuals. Martin Hebel and Kyle Wiley were each presented the award during the National Conference on Technical Education, April 7-9, 2010 in Indianapolis, Ind. The Outstanding Technical Teacher award is presented to a full-time postsecondary technical instructor whose performance and contribution are exceptional. Innovative teaching strategies, involvement with business and industry, and positive impact on students are qualities needed to be considered for this award.

Martin Hebel is an Associate Professor, Information Management Systems, College of Applied Sciences and Arts, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Ill. His main teaching area is industrial electronics and embedded process control. His desire and passion to teach these subjects effectively has led to co-authoring three textbooks focused on technical applications of electronics. Published by Parallax, Inc., Industrial Control, Process Control and Experiments with Renewable Energy, the books exhibit an innovative hands-on approach to teaching different concepts. …

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