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Cleveland PLTW: Meaningful partnerships between students and STEM professionals

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Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Biomedical Sciences Informational Conference (Renton, WA) …

Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Biomedical Sciences Informational Conference (Renton, WA)

Tuesday, Oct. 18th (2011)
Link: http://spokane.wsu.edu/researchoutreach/pltw/PLTW%20101811%20Renton.pdf

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  • 1. Go Eagles!
    Dr. Jeff Shaver, PhDPLTW Biomedical Science Teacher
    Principles of Biomedical Science (PBS)
    Career Tech Education, Seattle Public SchoolsCleveland High Schooljmshaver@seattleschools.org
    Presentation available at : http://dl.dropbox.com/u/26259905/PLTW_Conference_Shaver_101811.pdf
  • 2. Link: PLTW Biomedical Sciences
    Informational Session
    Renton, WA
    Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011
    Go Eagles!
    Dr. Jeff Shaver, PhD
    “Cleveland High School PLTW: Meaningful Partnerships between Students and STEM Professionals”
    Special Guests:
    Jeanne Chowning (NWABR) & Victoria Rivera (Cleveland)
  • 3. Presentation Outline
    Go Eagles!
    • Cleveland High School (Seattle, WA)
    • 4. 2nd Year of PLTW Biomedical Sciences (BMS) at Cleveland
    • 5. Principles of Biomedical Sciences (9th grade): Jeff Shaver, Teacher
    • 6. Human Body Systems (10-12th grade): Lindsay Holladay, Teacher
    • 7. Newsletters Available: September (2011), May (2011), February (2011)
    • 8. Featured on MSNBC’s Dylan Ratigan Show: Steel on Wheels (Feb, 2011)
    • 9. Student Accomplishments Last Year (2010-2011)
    • 10. Student BioExpo, Northwest Association for Biomedical Research (NWABR)
    • 11. Judges’ Award for Excellence (Top Award)
    • 12. 54% of 30 participating students received award
    • 13. 60% of students were in 9th grade (85% girls)
    • 14. Cleveland Science Café (BioExpo Club Leaders, including Victoria Rivera)
    • 15. Youth Ethics Summit, NWABR (Victoria Rivera and Katie Bui)
    • 16. Cure Student Research Fellows, NWABR (Victoria Rivera and Katie Bui)
    • 17. WA STEM Entrepreneurial Grant-supported Flow Cytometry Project
    • 18. Highlighted Partnership: NWABR
    • 19. Jeanne Chowning, NWABR, Director of Education
    • 20. Victoria Rivera, 11th grade, Cleveland School of Life Sciences
  • Cleveland High School
    5511 15th Ave South
    Seattle, WA 98108
    206.252.7800
    Demographics:
    Go Eagles!
  • 25.
  • 26. High School STEM Flow Cytometry Project
    A Cytopeian Adventure
    September 26, 2011 by Jeff Shaver & Julie Hill
    Biotech Advisory Meeting University of Washington (Seattle)
  • 27. Project Timeline
    August 15-19, 2001: One-week Flow Cytometry Teacher/Student Workshop at BD Biosciences
    Click for Video
    Figure 1. Two Glacier Peak High School teachers, Bryan Mossburg (right) and Tami Caraballo (center), design and engineer a low-cost flow cytometer with Dan Horner (left, BD Biosciences Engineer), during one-week flow cytometry teacher/student workshop.
  • 28. Project Timeline
    August 31, 2011: Cleveland and TAF Academy students reassemble cytometers at Fred Hutch
    Click for Video
    Figure 2. Two Cleveland High School students, Katie Bui (left) and Carmina Tugade (right), reassemble low-cost cytometer with Dr. Shaver (PLTW biomedical sciences teacher at Cleveland) and BD Biosciences engineers, Dan Horner and Tim Petersen. Photo courtesy of Center News.
  • 29. Flow Project in the News
    Click to Connect
  • 30. Project Timeline
    2011-12 School Year: Flow Cytometry project supported by WA STEM Entrepreneurial Grant
    http://www.washingtonstem.org/grantee-profiles.asp?gdx=17
  • 31. Project Timeline
    Oct. 14, 2011: Cytometry project will be exhibited with emphasis on algae biofuels.
    WhenFriday October 14th, 8:00-4:30 and Saturday October 15th 8:00-4:00WherePuget Sound Industrial Excellence Center, 6737 Corson Ave S, South Seattle Community College, Georgetown Campus, Seattle 98108
    Click to Connect
  • 32. Project Timeline
    December 10, 2011: NSTA Conference (Seattle)
    Click to Connect
  • 33. Project Timeline
    May 24 , 2012: Cleveland students in PLTW Biomed Classes will participate in NWABR BioExpo.
    Click to Connect (includes Video)
  • 34. Project Timeline
    May, 2012: Cytometry project students will attend Imagine Tomorrow at WSU also in May.
    Click to Connect
  • 35. Participating Partners
    Beverly Torok-Storb, Fred Hutch (FHCRC) Training Lab (Center News)
    Cytopeia (BD Biosciences)
    Cleveland High School (Seattle, WA)
    STEM Newsletter: September, 2011
    Featured on MSNBC’s Dylan Ratigan Show (2010)
    Career Tech Education, Seattle and Snohomish School District
    Glacier Peak High School (Snohomish, WA)
    Julie Hill, Flow Cytometry Specialist
    Manufacturing and Industrial Council of Seattle; Green Expo
    Northwest Association for Biomedical Research
    Project Lead the Way (PLTW), Biomedical Sciences (BMS)
    Seattle BioMed: BioQuest Academy; Site Explorations (King 5 News)
    Science Education Partnership (SEP), FHCRC
    Washington State University-Spokane, PLTW West Affiliate
    Washington STEM Entrepreneurial Grant
    Presentation available on SlideShare:
    http://www.slideshare.net/jmshaver/a-cytopeian-adventure-9415576
  • 36. Go Eagles!
    For More Information:
    Jeff Shaver, PhD
    PLTW Biomedical Science Teacher
    Career Tech Education, Seattle Public SchoolsCleveland High Schooljmshaver@seattleschools.org
    Project Lead The Way Website
    www.pltw.org
    Presentation also available at :
    http://www.slideshare.net/jmshaver/cleveland