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  • 1. Innovative Technology in Science Inquiry: Scale Up ITSI-SU Carolyn Staudt - Concord Consortium carolyn@concord.org http://www.concord.org/projects/itsi-suhttp://itsisu.concord.org/share/presentations/ITSISU_ISTE_June_2011.ppt This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. DRL-0929540. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
  • 2. Description of Project ITSI-SU is a five-year project which will reach three times as many teachers as its predecessor ITSI in three years for STEM activities using probes and models to interest students in STEM careers. • ITSI-SU will reach 264 teachers over the first 3 years.• Experienced teachers are selected and trained to be master teachers for the final 2 years.• Certified trainers will continue to recruit teachers with a fee-based model after the project ends. • Exemplars will be freely available from the ITSI-SU website.
  • 3. States Differ GreatlyAlaska • use of technology to provide online collegial support for STEM studies over extreme distances (PLC, peer review)Iowa • provide an avenue to introduce core curricular activities in science online (CD)Kansas • promote and improve STEM education at K-12, undergraduate and graduate levels (TPD)Virginia • implementation of new state science standards, integrating STEM learning, 21st century skills, and inquiry (CD, TPD)Pennsylvania (ITSI) • changing classroom practice by introducing 21st century skills to improve engagement and STEM learning (TPD)
  • 4. Portal http://www.concord.org/projects/itsi-su• Logon as a Teacher• Select ISTE 2011 Conference (pull down menu)• Complete school/state or organization/state in box• Submit• Click on Activities in Orange bar and select an activity• Select the green arrow and start downloading
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  • 8. Innovative Technology in Science Inquiry: Scale Up ITSI-SU Carolyn Staudt - Concord Consortium carolyn@concord.org http://www.surveymk.com/s/M5ZV9JPhttp://itsisu.concord.org/share/presentations/ITSISU_ISTE_June_2011.ppt This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. DRL-0929540. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.