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This presentation was developed and presented in 2009 in support of $1 million dollar grant request that our client won from major energy company. Purpose of grant is to improve human capital ...

This presentation was developed and presented in 2009 in support of $1 million dollar grant request that our client won from major energy company. Purpose of grant is to improve human capital development for future jobs in support of high-poverty school district.

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    • BP Approach: Approach: Approach: Next Steps Objective Mission Vision Investment Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Implement Innovation Partnership in Education with BP Dynamic Learning Model to Create Relevant Pool of Human Capital North Forest Independent School District
    • North Forest ISD Value Focus and Objective BP Approach: Approach: Approach: Next Steps Objective Mission Vision Investment Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Implement Produce capable people resources that have the capacity and relevant skills to perform and excel in market-driven jobs to meet the energy demands of the future with a focus on finance, science, technology, engineering and mathematics. 2
    • North Forest ISD Mission BP Approach: Approach: Approach: Next Steps Objective Mission Vision Investment Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Implement To meet the urgent need for students to learn in a high-performance educational setting. We support their growth into capable and skilled world citizens who can succeed in their career, family, and personal lives as highly valued contributors of the 21st century. 3
    • North Forest ISD Vision 2014 BP Approach: Approach: Approach: Next Steps Objective Mission Vision Investment Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Implement North Forest ISD will be the most innovative urban learning environment that serves as a beacon for teacher innovation, community collaboration and student self-discovery. 4
    • NFISD Learning Ecosystem for BP Investment BP Approach: Approach: Approach: Next Steps Objective Mission Vision Investment Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Implement Acquire technology equipment and • • Endowment to teach in field Advanced professional learning for teaching staff deploy to improve existing science • • Virtual learning database of curriculum Provide laptops to selected students laboratories • Actual visits to off-shore rigs • Visits to trading floor • Virtual visits to under water welding Instruction Provide access and exposure to experts and experiences that raise On-Site Field Computer student awareness of benefits of Trips Based Training science technology and math • Establish technology infrastructure for 24x7 learning • Employ use of webcams NFISD • Establish international learning Redesign existing facilities and partners Science and technical infrastructure Technology Resource Center Extend continuing education opportunities via scholarships that Internships Expert increase depth of knowledge to via On-the- Visitors Job Training motivate student achievement • Student mentoring and career • Educators and real world guidance CSTEM practitioners Recruit science, technology and • Job observations of career • Webcasts of experts and pathways Competitions thought leaders mathematics thought leaders and • Develop one-to-one relationships • Endowed chairs of excellence and networking professors to accelerate academic • Practical experience about decorum and work etiquette • Odyssey of Minds competition performance sponsored by NASA • Robotics competition sponsored by NASA • Compete in state and regional 5 science fairs
    • North Forest – BP Investment Approach BP Approach: Approach: Approach: Next Steps Objective Mission Vision Investment Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Implement Option 1: Expand Option 2: Develop Option 3: Hybrid of Option Investment in Existing Innovative Science and 1 and Option 2 CSTEM Program Technology Center • Capitalizes on existing investment in proven program as we approach 1st full year of Why? positive results in science and robotics competitions • Teachers are highly motivated and eager to build momentum • Expand teaching corps to include highly motivated science and mathematics teachers (funding limited participation) What? • Further align curriculum with functional skills in Gas & Power Trading Group • Develop 2-prong pathway to post-secondary education via TSU or accelerate AA degree though HCC’s dual credit program • Deepen teacher talent pool through 5-figure performance incentive bonuses • Underwrite advanced training and professional development; $5,000-10,000 stipends How? • • Update labs and equipment Expand dual-credit and AP program and establish career path options in: trading, process technology, finance, IT, pipeline • Leverage existing top science and math teaching corps at North Forest ISD Who? • Formalize partnership with HCC and TSU as “feeder” program depending on caliber of student and career pathway • November 2009 thru September 2010 for first group to enroll at HCC and TSU or other When? accredited post-secondary institutions (Design & Analysis > Select Best Alternative > Implement > Evaluate & Monitor Performance) 6
    • North Forest – BP Investment Approach BP Approach: Approach: Approach: Next Steps Objective Mission Vision Investment Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Implement Option 2: Develop Innovative Option 1: Expand Investment in Existing Option 3: Hybrid of Option CSTEM Program Science and 1 and Option 2 Technology Center • To develop connection link with math, science, engineering to real-world job opportunities Why? that include: Project Managers, Supervisors, Welders, off-shore engineering, business manager, technicians, energy traders • Create endowed chair for expert math and science thought leader in urban education innovation What? • Enhance teaching corps to attract highly motivated science and mathematics teachers • Further align curriculum with functional skills in various operating and administrative areas (e.g. foreign language, int’l business, economics) • Deepen teacher talent pool through 5-figure performance incentive bonuses • Continue advanced training and professional development; $5,000-10,000 stipends How? • Redesign and construct classroom labs as modern center for science and technology learning • Endowed chair for recognized performance in turning around academic performance in urban education setting Who? • Identify current teachers and new teachers with generous compensation incentives for academic performance improvement • November 2009 thru September 2011 for first group to enroll at HCC and TSU or other When? accredited post-secondary institutions (Design & Analysis > Select Best Alternative > Implement > Evaluate & Monitor Performance) 7
    • North Forest – BP Investment Approach BP Approach: Approach: Approach: Next Steps Objective Mission Vision Investment Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Implement Option 2: Develop Option 3: Hybrid Option 1: Expand Investment in Existing CSTEM Program Innovative Science and of Option 1 and Technology Center Option 2 • Expand momentum of resources to all grades to fully optimize center and create excitement for earlier grades Why? • Showcase success stories of new careers launched within the industry as well as continuing education at 2 year and 4 year post-secondary institutions • Urban Center for science, technology, engineering and mathematics that serves as program of excellence and opportunity • Develop even deeper talent pool of highly motivated science and mathematics teachers What? • Further align curriculum with functional skills in various operating and administrative areas (e.g. foreign language, int’l business, economics) • Extend partnership with new or existing HCC facility (depending on Annexation and funding) • Deepen teacher talent pool through 5-figure performance incentive bonuses • Continue advanced training and professional development; $5,000-10,000 stipends How? • • Redesign and construct classroom labs as modern center for science and technology learning Purchase lecture series form other sources • Create expanded technology architecture to include iPod lessons, PC, to classroom) • Endowed chair for recognized performance in turning around academic performance in urban education setting Who? • Identify current teachers and new teachers with generous compensation incentives for academic performance improvement • January 2010 thru September 2013 for first group to enroll at HCC and TSU or other When? accredited post-secondary institutions (Design & Analysis > Select Best Alternative > Implement > Evaluate & Monitor Performance) 8
    • Next Steps to Execute Allocation of Funds BP Approach: Approach: Approach: Next Steps Objective Mission Vision Investment Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Implement Phase 3: Phase 4: Evaluate Phase 2: Select Phase 1: Design Ideal Implement Science and Monitor Best Alternative to Learning Environment for and Technology Learning and Meet Teacher and Science and Technology Resource Center of Academic Student Needs Excellence Performance • Initial planning and • Agree on selected design • Launch construction of • Provide ongoing development development of options and approach new multi-purpose science and refinement of curriculum and technology center • Alignment of stakeholders • Obtain Board approval for • Expand university content and new facility and equipment • Acquire equipment subject matter expertise via • Develop project plan upgrades materials, installation subscription renewal and guest support and training lecturers • Create multiple design • Refine project plan and options and approaches to budget to manage next • Distribute student laptops • Distribute teacher incentive pay accelerate academic steps for performance and performance improvement • Create new faculty contributions over 2 year period. • Review final plans with BP endowed positions focused • Develop costing scenarios stakeholders on science, math, • Student site visits and human engineering and capital pipeline via internships • Engage school design firm technology transformation for science labs • Award scholarships and • Open new multi-purpose evaluate student performance science and technology center of excellence Cost estimate: $120,000 Cost estimate: $45,000 Cost estimate: $600,000 Cost estimate: $235,000 November 2009 thru August 2010 2010-2012 August 2010 9