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CTDE 2010 2011 school year report
 

CTDE 2010 2011 school year report

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The Central Texas Discover Engineering report for the 2010-2011 school year.

The Central Texas Discover Engineering report for the 2010-2011 school year.

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    • 2010-2011 School Year Summary Bringing the excitement of STEM to students
    • Overall summary
      • Student contacts 19,343
      • School Visits 15,048
      • Other venues 4,295
      • Schools 106
      • Elementary 71
      • Middle 16
      • High 13
      • Combined 6
      • School districts 14
      • Volunteers 438
      • Firms participating 65
      • Professional societies participating 40
    • The schools we visited
    • Student ethnicity and gender
    • School districts and schools Number of students
    • Volunteers Number of volunteers (>10 listed)
    • School districts
      • Austin
      • Del Valle
      • Eanes
      • Elgin
      • Georgetown
      • Jarrell
      • Lago Vista
      • Lake Travis
      • Leander
      • Manor
      • McDade
      • Pflugerville
      • Round Rock
      • Temple
      plus charter and private schools
    • Firms participating
      • 3M
      • AECOM
      • Applied Materials
      • Arrowwood Consulting
      • at&t Labs
      • Austin Community College
      • Austin ISD-Covington Middle School
      • Binkley & Barfield
      • CAS
      • Cement Council of Texas
      • Centaur Technology
      • CH2M HILL
      • Chemical Logic Inc
      • City of Austin
      • City of Killeen
      • CJG Engineers
      • Coherent Logix
      • CP&Y
      • Crespo Consulting
      • Dell Inc
      • DEW Consulting
      • DMX, Inc.
      • Federal Highway Administration
      • Freescale Semiconductor
      • Freese and Nichols
      • Gemba Guide
      • GL Garrad Hassan, Inc
      • Google
      • H.R. Gray
      • Halcrow, Inc
      • HVJ Associates, Inc.
      • IBM
      • Intel
      Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc. Jose I Guerra, Inc. K Friese and Associates Kemet Components LadderBlock M3 Design Manpower NA MWM DesignGroup PBS&J Pexus Providence Environmental Consulting Inc Savvy Computer Forensic Investigations Science Expeditionary Force SH130CC Silicon Labs SimJon Smith Structural Spansion LLC St. Francis School Stansberry Engineering Co., Inc. Synopsis Texas Board of Professional Engineers Texas Comm. on Environmental Quality Texas Water Development Board The University of Texas at Austin Tom Groll Engineering TRI/Environmental, Inc. Trimeric Corporation TWDB URS Westlake High School YPT Austin
    • Societies and non-profits participating
      • ACM
      • ACM SIGSFT
      • AEG
      • Agile Austin
      • AIChE
      • AIHA
      • APWA
      • ASCE
      • ASEE
      • ASME
      • ASSE
      • AWEA
      • AWMA
      • AWWA
      • Girlstart
      • IEEE
      • IGDA
      • ISA
      • LPE
      • MRS
      Nanotechology Program at UT Austin NGWA NSBE NSHMBA NSPE PMI SAME SAMPE SHPE SPIE SWE Tau Beta Pi TFMA TRB TSPE UEFI WEAT WEF WITI WTS
    • Schools per district 1 - - 1 - - - - E/M/H 106 1 4 13 16 71 Total 17 - - 2 5 10 Other 5 - - 1 1 3 Lake Travis 6 - 3 2 - - Private 6 - - 2 2 2 Pflugerville 8 - - 1 1 6 Leander 21 1 - 3 1 16 Round Rock 43 - 1 2 6 34 Austin Total M/H E/M High Middle Elementary District
    • Schools per district (other) 4 - - - 1 0 3 Charter 1 - - - - 1 - Temple 17 - - - 2 5 10 Total - - - - - - - - E/M/H 1 - - - - 1 McDade 2 - - - - 2 Manor 1 - - - - 1 Lago Vista 2 - - - 1 1 Jarrell 1 - - - - 1 Georgetown 1 - - - 1 - Elgin 1 - - - - 1 Eanes 3 - - 1 2 - Del Valle Total M/H E/M High Middle Elementary District
    • Student contacts
      • Totals not reported for some schools
      85 4 Lago Vista 90 4 Jarrell 105 5 Georgetown 300 17 Elgin 530 40 Eanes 97 5 Del Valle 6451 321 Austin* Students Classrooms District Students Classrooms District not reported Temple 3113 150 Round Rock* 623 27 Pflugerville 77 4 McDade 250 10 Manor 928 45 Leander 1199 67 Lake Travis 614 59 Private* 586 37 Charter Students Classrooms
    • Other venues
      • Data not reported for some events
      4295 Total - Future Cities* 420 Science Fairs* 900 Career Days* 937 Science Camps 2038 Family Science Nights* Number of participants Venue
    • Other Central Texas STEM connections Not included in the CTDE reported statistics - Young Engineering and Scientists’ Day 1871 Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day 260 Girlstart Spooky Science Extravaganza - FIRST LEGO League - FIRST - Capital BEST 20,000 Austin Science and Engineering Festival - Austin Children’s Museum Engineering Saturdays Number of participants Event
    • Teacher feedback
      • The volunteers and projects were great and the students had a blast making the cars. … Thank you for working so hard to make STEM events so powerful for our students.
      • We love your program!
      • Do not stop doing it!
      • It was a wonderful program and I wish it has more exposure because a lot of teachers did not know about it.
      • Our students and teachers look forward to Engineering Day and it is always cited as one of the highlights of the year. … Thank you!
      • This was a great great experience! THANKS so much for making learning hands-on, fun, and engaging!
      • The volunteers were excellent! They were informative, asked students questions and probe their creative thinking and problem solving techniques. We would love to have them come and do future presentations!
      • Every year we love it!
    • Volunteer feedback
      • I enjoy spending an afternoon working with the kids. Usually the most difficult part is just making the time.
      • Great program. Kids loved the activity. Adults loved getting out of the office and reminding ourselves how cool our jobs are!
      • The distribution days were plentiful, at convenient times, and the people who staffed them were extremely helpful.
    • 2010-2011 CTDE steering committee membership
      • Linda Barlow, P.E., HVJ Associates, ASCE
      • Tricia Berry, The University of Texas at Austin
      • Jane-Ellen Carter, MACTEC, ASCE
      • Pierre Costa, at&t Labs
      • Warren Gill, IBM
      • Tom Grim, IEEE
      • Jose Guerrero, P.E., City of Austin
      • Katie Kizziar, The University of Texas at Austin
      • Katie Mills, SWE
      • Guillermo Ponce, Applied Materials
      • John Purvis, P.E., IEEE
      • Subbu Rama, Intel
      • Lonny Stern, Skillpoint Alliance
      • Carl Wentzel, P.E., 3M
      Chairs Rick McMaster, P.E. IBM Jennifer Vargus, IBM Don Willhouse, P.E., DEW Consulting Engineer
    • CTDE Governance Steering Committee
      • Provide coordination, including accountability for schedule, budget, work products, and deliverables
      • Manage inter-program elements
      • Agree to organizational and program interfaces, dependencies, and impacts
      • Commission new projects/track status
      • Meets monthly face-to-face
      Operations Sponsorship Volunteers Schools Community Outreach Project Teams and Subcommittees
      • Plan, execute and close projects
      • Execute subcommittee responsibilities
      • Meets as needed
      Executive Committee
      • Provide oversight for local programs and contact point at other levels
      • Meets as required
      CTDE Projects