P John Williams is a Professor of Education and the Director of Graduate Research in the School of Education at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia, where he teaches and supervises research students in STEM and technology education. Apart from Australia, he has worked and studied in a number of African and Indian Ocean countries and in New Zealand and the United States. His current research interests include STEM, mentoring beginning teachers, PCK and electronic assessment of performance. He regularly presents at international and national conferences, consults on Technology Education in a number of countries, and is a longstanding member of eight professional associations. He is the editor of the Australasian Journal of Technology Education, advisory editor of the International Journal of Technology and Design Education, series editor of the Springer Contemporary Issues in Technology Education and is on the editorial board of five other professional journals. He has authored or contributed to over 240 publications, and is elected to the International Technology and Engineering Education Association’s Academy of Fellows for prominence in the profession.
Dr. Edward M. Reeve
Dr. Edward M. Reeve is a Professor and teacher educator in the area of Technology and Engineering Education (TEE) in the School of Applied Sciences, Technology and Education and interim Vice Provost at Utah State University (USU). He has been at USU since 1987 where he has worked to advance knowledge in the fields of Technology and Engineering Education and Career and Technical Education (CTE). He received his B.S., M.A., and Ph.D. in Education in Industrial Technology from The Ohio State University. Dr. Reeve has been very active professionally throughout his career and has served as President of the Council of Technology and Engineering Teacher Education (2010-2013) and as President of the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (2016-2019).
Dr. Lung-Sheng Steven Lee is a Professor and the President of Central Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan. He has been the President of National United University, Taiwan, the College Dean of Technology at National Taiwan Normal University, and the President of Industrial Technology Education Association of Taiwan, ROC. He received his B.Ed. and M.Ed. in Industrial Education from National Taiwan Normal University and Ph.D. in Technology Education from The Ohio State University, USA. Dr. Lee drafted the constitution of ICTE and chaired the meeting to discuss and sign the constitution which was endorsed by seven international association representatives in Taipei in 1997.
Dr.Marc de Vries
Dr. Marc de Vries is a Professor of Science and Technology Education and professor of Christian Philosophy of Technology at delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands.