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Stem partnerships

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Presentation made by Rob Siegel at the Washington Association of School Administrators (WASA) Conference February 11-12, 2013 in Yakima, WA

Presentation made by Rob Siegel at the Washington Association of School Administrators (WASA) Conference February 11-12, 2013 in Yakima, WA

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  • 1. TheCollectiveImpact of aSTEMPartnershiprob.siegel@esd112.orgWASA Small SchoolsConferenceFebruary 2013
  • 2. 1+2>3STEM is greater than S.T.E.M.“STEM literacy is achieved when astudent is able to apply his or herunderstanding of how the world workswithin and across these fourinterrelated disciplines to improve thesocial, economic, and environmentalcondition of their local and globalcommunity.” Washington STEM Study Group, May 2011
  • 3. Synergy in Partnerships5 conditions of collective success* Common Agenda Shared Measurement Systems Mutually Reinforcing Activities Continuous Communication Backbone Support Organizations *Stanford Social Innovation Review, Winter 2011
  • 4. Common AgendaAgreement on the primary goals for thecollective impact of the initiative*: Expand the number of students who pursue advanced degrees and careers in STEM Expand the STEM-capable workforce and broaden the participation of women and minorities in that workforce. Increase STEM literacy for all students, including those who do not pursue STEM- related careers or additional STEM studies. *Successful K-12 STEM Education, National Research Council of the National Academies
  • 5. COMMON AGENDA:SHARE with peers – 2 min. Identify your experience with this condition for partnerships How were the barriers eliminated? What was learned?
  • 6. Shared Measurement System Participation in STEM-related high school coursework (regular and A.P.) Number and representation of students pursuing STEM-related post-secondary coursework/careers S.T.E.M. student achievement Workforce readiness, 21st Century Skills Engaged business, industry, community
  • 7. SHARED MEASUREMENT SYSTEM:Talk with peers – 2 min. Identify your experience with this condition for partnerships How were the barriers eliminated? What was learned?
  • 8. Mutually Reinforcing Activities Opportunities for extended learning Engaged business, industry, community Bringing real-world experiences into the classroom In-depth K-12 course content and inquiry- based pedagogy Performance-based learning assessments Alignment of higher education pre-service
  • 9. MUTUALLY REINFORCING ACTIVITIESTalk with peers – min. Identify your experience with this condition for partnerships How were the barriers eliminated? What was learned?
  • 10. Continuous Communication Recognizing professional expertise Developing trust between partners Establishing a common vocabulary Direct participation, not delegation Meaningful use of time Use of shared technology (e.g. WIKI)
  • 11. CONTINUOUS COMMUNICATIONTalk with peers – 2 min. Identify your experience with this condition for partnerships How were the barriers eliminated? What was learned?
  • 12. Backbone Support Organization Adaptive leadership capacity Skill to keep on task without overwhelming Competence in facilitation as well as project and data management Practices Lao Tzu leadership principle so that when work is accomplished all will say: “We did it ourselves”.
  • 13. BACKBONE SUPPORT ORGANIZATION-Talk with peers – 2 min. Identify your experience with this condition for partnerships How were the barriers eliminated? What was learned?
  • 14. Increasing STEM Literacy via Multi-LevelInquiry Teams Higher Education: WSUV and Clark Community College K-12 education administration: Evergreen School District and 4 middle schools Middle school teachers Business/Industry: SEH America and others ESD112 Fiscal and Operations Agent
  • 15. Expectations/Outcomes Increased teacher content knowledge (CK) and practices in S.T.E.M. Increased teacher pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) for STEM instructional delivery Capacity to learn in multi-level inquiry teams Higher student achievement in S.T.E.M. Greater student engagement in STEM Capacity to integrate Math and Science Standards via real-world connections
  • 16. STEM-LIT Learning by Design Higher Education Cross Disciplines K-12 Education and Higher Education K-12 Teachers and University Researchers Teachers as Learners with Students Standards-based STEM “Challenges” using Math Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) Inquiry via Math and Sciences Practices
  • 17. The CollectiveTHANK Impact of a YOU STEM Rob Siegel PartnershipCoordinator STEM rob.siegel@esd112.org Initiatives WASA Small Schools Conference ESD112 February 2013

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