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2011 Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration (CIEC) February 2-4, 2011 - San Antonio, TX …

2011 Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration (CIEC) February 2-4, 2011 - San Antonio, TX

Transforming the Education of Future Generations in Engineering and Engineering Technology

Jan Morrison
President, TIES

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  • Three major elements HERE
  • Three major elements HERE
  • Introduce each Center
  • -     Last year, the NC STEM Community Collaborative researched about 25 NC communities, looking for places that local leadership from business, education, economic development and community organizations were working together.  -      Through leaders like Superintendent Terry Cline and his team, NC Eastern Regions then-leader Al Delia and now John Chaffee, and the Lenoir County Committee of 100 led by Gordon and Tom Vermillion, it became clear to us that this community was willing to work together to address what it wanted to do for its children. -   We saw how the community was taking advantage of opportunities like the global transpark, Golden LEAF's community action grants, and other economic opportunities, as well as wonderful education opportunities like Learn/Earn, the NorthEast reformed school programs, and STEM programs like Project Lead the Way with great alignment. -  So, NC STEM was honored when the Lenoir Community, including members of the committee of 100, the Eastern Region, LCS staff, Lenoir Community College, Spirit Aerospace, the hospital, UNC, and others, decided to become one of the first three communities to participate in a Community Collaborative Visioning Process.  - Lenoir County joins Davie County and the 11 County BRAC region as one of the first 3 in the state. - This is hard work.  These members of your community and staff have put time, energy, sweat, and toil into this process, and have shown great leadership in engaging the broader community. 
  • There are existing resources/programs/subject matter experts - our challenge is to connect these to community visions in a way that enhances and informs these community visions.  We are not new program creators -- we connect the communities with state of the art knowledge across programs, standards and assessments, curriculum/content, professional development to inform their work.
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    • 1. 2011 Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration (CIEC) February 2-4, 2011 • San Antonio, TX Transforming the Education of Future Generations in Engineering and Engineering Technology Jan Morrison President, TIES
    • 2. What is STEM EDUCATION?
      • STEM Education refers to the teaching and learning of these disciplines usually in a trans-disciplinary fashion to a level of rigor at least sufficient for college readiness without remediation and the “T & E” informs the “S & M” .
      • A student's high school experience with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) coursework has proven to be an important indicator for overall college readiness , postsecondary success , and preparation for STEM careers.
      • But the numbers are cause for concern. Of the 1.9 million students who enrolled in college, only 1.3 million were ready for college-level STEM work without remediation , and less than 280,000 intended to major in STEM-related fields.
    • 3. What is STEM EDUCATION?
      • The special significance of STEM education, and its challenges, has led to three primary areas of focus:
      • Student achievement in STEM disciplines in high school is among the strongest predictors of success in college. Consequently, the effort to develop more effective teachers in math and science as well as new STEM curricula and classroom assessments will offer greater opportunity for youth.
      • STEM disciplines pose some of the highest barriers to college readiness for students, especially students from disadvantaged and underserved backgrounds. And yet STEM study, when taught well, can be powerfully motivating for students, engaging and nurturing their natural curiosity about how their world works. The foundation is pursuing the creation of academic supports across the curricula, including STEM coursework, aligned with college-ready state standards.
      • The STEM education challenge —and the concerns it raises about U.S. economic competitiveness—has provoked the nation’s STEM experts, innovators, and leaders to get more directly involved in developing solutions. The STEM sector’s engagement on education reform issues and its efforts to help school systems incubate, pressure test, and adopt effective innovations are a critical factor in improving student achievement
      Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation 2011
    • 4.
      • The rapid evolution of the new global “knowledge economy” with profound effects on the world of work—all work?
      • The sudden and dramatic shift from information that is limited in terms of amount of availability to information characterized by flux and gut.
      • The increasing impact of media and technology on how young people learn and relate to the world—and to each other.
      • ( Wagner, Tony: The Global Achievement Gap, 2008.)
      How does US education respond to…
    • 5. The Problem: A Leaky Pipeline
    • 6. The Problem: Being Shut Out of STEM Careers
    • 7. Theory of Action: Scaling Innovation Through Managed Networks
      • Three key elements…
      • Investing in key states that can creatively apply their own intellectual and scientific, technical and corporate and financial to leverage and sustain multiple STEM approaches
      • Connecting these states and other partners through active networking designed to learn, capture and distribute innovation and change behavior
      • 3. Funding national advocacy through a coalition of outstanding champions that range from corporate executives and political leaders to Nobel Laureates
    • 8. Theory of Action: Outcomes Aligned with College Ready and Post-Secondary Success
      • College Readiness
      • Equity
      • Ecooomic Competitiveness
      • Teaching Effectiveness
      • Knowledge Capture and Transfer
      • “ Real” Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
    • 9. STEM Can Harness This Momentum Through an Integrated Mesh Network Approach Core Focus Building and Linking Operational Networks Creating Enabling Infrastructure Harnessing Political Will and Rebranding STEM Accelerating Transformative Models of STEM Learning Building and Linking Strategic Networks Collaborative Opportunities Multi-state network assets as new channels for scaling to accelerate the spread of key College Ready initiatives A receptive and catalyzed community for adopting, adapting, and piloting initiative activities Deeper connections to influential and non-traditional players with unique expertise, competencies, and resources A powerful convening strategy that allows for broader collaboration and co-construction Mechanisms for supporting information and capturing lessons learned from new approaches A sense of urgency around which government and industry can rally and mobilize New methods that raise the bar on both rigor and improving student and teacher engagement Catalyzing STEM Communities Via Networks
    • 10. The “Active” Playing Field * * * * * * * * * New Schools Project Washington STEM Center California STEM Learning Network Empire STEM Network NCSTEM IPS IPS IPS NGA Designated STEM Center State OSLN T-STEM Network Tennessee STEM Learning Network IPS In-place STEM Schools/Networks STEM Network Start-Up NGA Designated STEM Center Race to the Top Winner STEM Platform School or Site Intensive Partnership Site IPS IPS IPS IPS IPS IPS IPS
    • 11. Innovation by Networking States and Powerful Partners
      • State Innovation Networks…
      • T-STEM Initiative
      • Ohio STEM Learning Network OSLN
      • North Carolina STEM Community Collaboratives NC STEM
      • Empire State STEM Learning Network NYSTEM
      • California STEM Learning Network…CSLNet
      • Washington State STEM Center
      • Tennessee STEM Learning Network TNLN
      • New Mexico STEM Learning Network
    • 12.        
      • Panhandle
      • Texas Tech T-STEM
      • Texas Tech
      • Lubbock ISD
      • ESC Regions 14 -18
      • West
      • El Paso T-STEM
      • UT El Paso
      • 12 El Paso area school districts
      • Region 19
      • South
      • El Centro del Futuro
      • Region One (partnering w/)
      • UT Pan Am
      • 13 school districts, and the
      • UT Dana Center
      • East
      • East Texas STEM
      • UT Tyler
      • TX A&M Texarkana
      • ESC Regions 5-8 & 6
      • ISDs in NE Texas
      • Southeast Regional STEM
      • UT Medical Branch
      • Rice
      • Texas State
      • NASA
      • ESC Regions 3-5
      • Houston Museum of Natural Sci
      • 9 ISDs (including Houston,
      • Galveston, Cypress
      • Fairbanks)
      • Central
      • Transformation 2013
      • Region 13 in Austin (partnering w/)
      • ESC Region 20 in San Antonio
      • UT Austin College of Engineering
      • San Antonio ISD
      • Taylor ISD
      • Dana Center at UT Austin
      • Providing support to centers and academies, as well as other schools across Texas
      • North
      • North Texas STEM
      • Texas A&M
      • Dallas ISD
      • ESC Region 10
      7 T-STEM Centers
    • 13. T-STEM Academies Central Waco ISD – AJ Moore Texas BioSci - Temple College Manor ISD Rapoport - Waco Harmony Science-Bryan/College Station Harmony Science - Waco Harmony Science - Austin West Burnham Wood –Da Vinci – El Paso Harmony Science El Paso El Paso ISD/El Paso CC South Harmony Science –San Antonio North East ISD – Lee HS/Nimitz MS Corpus Christi ISD – Innovative Academy IDEA Academy – San Benito IDEA Academy -Mission La Sara ISD Valley View ISD School of Excellence – San Antonio Harmony Science – Laredo Harmony Science – Brownsville Pharr San-Juan Alamo/South Texas College East Aldine ISD – Carver HS YES Prep SE Harmony School of Excellence KIPP Houston Harmony Science- Beaumont Harmony Science – NW Houston Longview ISD – Longview Global Fruitvale ISD Galveston ISD – Ball HS Harmony School of Science Energized for Excellence - HISD North Irving Academy Harmony Science-Fort Worth Waxahachie ISD – Waxahachie Global Dallas ISD - Conrad HS Richardson ISD – Berkner HS Peak Academy-Williams Prep Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD - METSA Harmony School of Nature - Dallas Panhandle New Deal ISD Harmony Science-Lubbock Early Innovators 2006 Academies 2007 Academies 2008 Academies
    • 14. Ohio STEM Learning Network (OSLN) Alignment of State, Private and Local Design Principles and Investments STEM Regional Hubs* Platform Schools & Connected K-8 Programs of Excellence Regional Partnerships and Investors $$ + In-Kind Support Grant $$ Grant $$ + Technical Assistance State Of Ohio Ohio STEM Learning Network H.B. 119 contribution of talent and resources tied to clear regional benefit capacity building, regional & statewide impact through network-centric participation Managed by Battelle and Core Team Intermediary PCL STEM Subcommittee Partnership for Continued Learning Battelle + Support Team coordination Cleveland Dayton Akron Cincinnati Columbus STEM Regional Hub Funding Model 09/10 Biennium Budget $20 Million new Included in H.B. 1
    • 15. Building a Network of STEM Communities Ready to Launch 3 STEM Communities engaged in 2009 Emerging/Incubating Communities Future STEM Communities being identified
    • 16. North Carolina STEM Community Collaborative— NC STEM… Our Challenge is Ours, Collectively COMMUNITIES GOVERNMENTS KNOWLEDGE CAPTURE & TECHNOLOGY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS POLICY & REGULATION GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS PARENTS, TEACHERS & STUDENTS ECONOMIC PROSPERITY By connecting communities to the state of the art programs, standards and assessments, curriculum/content, professional development, and expertise, the entire network benefits.
    • 17. Empire State STEM Learning Network
    • 18. Engineering Partners in Innovation & Networking: Battelle
    • 19. Systems Engineering Informing Public Education RAYTHEON AND BHEF BRINGING SYSTEMS MODELING TO STEM TEACHING AND LEARNING “ Systems models have the potential to offer an organized and comprehensive approach to understanding the U.S. education system.” BHEF 2009
    • 20. Engineering and STEM Instruction: The Application of Underlying Phenomena and Logic and The Importance of Fabrication K-12 NAEP 2014 Engineering in the Science Framework and Science Standards The MIT Fab Lab Serious Gaming “ Engineering Innovation” MESA SEEK Camp Invention Engineering The Future (NCTL and MOS)
    • 21. Engineering in Action : MIT Fab Lab in Cleveland
    • 22. College Ready/Work Ready STEM Learning Environments Improved Student Performance Evidence of Success Reading Math Writing Science Social Studies State Average (OH) Metro Social Studies Science Math Reading 9 th Graders Taking 10 th Grade Test at MC2 Same 8 th Graders Taking 8 th Grade Test Science Math Reading State Average (TX) TSTEM Network Schools (average) T-STEM Network , Texas % of Students Passing or Commended on State Exam (TAKS), 2008 Metro High School , Columbus, OH* % of Students Passing State Exam (OGT) 2009 MC 2 STEM High School , Cleveland, OH % of Students Passing 10 th Grade State Tests as 9 th Graders at MC2 vs. % of Same Students Passing 8 th Grade Test in 8 th Grade
      • % of Metro students taking the test who are free and reduced-lunch
      • is 35%, compared to 24% statewide
      Low Income Hispanic Black DPS DSST Denver School of Science and Technology , CO 10 th Grade Math, % of Students Proficient or Advanced, 2008 DSST was named highest performing school in CO
    • 23.  
    • 24. Applicant Information Session March 7, 2006

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