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  • UMBC is our PLTW partner PLTW teachers undergo extensive training at UMBC in the summer PLTW students visit UMBC Engineering Labs Guest Speakers: Lunchtime Lecture Series in Science
  • Enrollment in PLTW went from 21  141 in just one year AP course offerings went from 8  12 in one year- 250 students of a population of 1000 enrolled in one or more AP courses next year STEM will positively impact our participation in the SAT/PSAT The addition of the Science Engineering & Mathematics Academy will help to meet the needs of the entrance requirements for the Maryland University System

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  • 1. Taking First Place: Community Partnerships That Enhance Magnet Programs Jason Bullerman, Technology Education Department Chair Corinne Roche, STEM Coordinator
  • 2. Taking First Place: Community Partnerships That Enhance Magnet Programs
    • Explore innovative community partnerships established at CHS.
    • Learn and share some ideas for beginning implementation in your school
    Session Objectives:
  • 3.
    • All students will apply the knowledge, skills, values, and behaviors learned through participation in a rigorous STEM-based education in order to realize their maximum potential as citizens and become more productive individuals in the global economy, thus keeping the United States high in global competitiveness.
    • How we work to achieve this:
    • Innovative Faculty and Students
    • On-going Professional Development
    • Administrative Support
    Our Vision
  • 4. Current Demographics Grade Level African American American Indian/Alaskan Native Asian/ Pacific Islander Hispanic White (not of Hispanic origin) Totals Free/ Reduced Lunch Grade 9 167 (15.1%) 0 (0.0%) 4 (0.4%) 14 (1.3%) 111 (10.0%) 299 (27.0%) 175 (57.8%) Grade 10 160 (14.4%) 2 (0.2%) 3 (0.3%) 9 (0.8%) 125 (11.3%) 300 (27.1%) 179 (30.1%) Grade 11 150 (13.5%) 5 (0.5%) 4 (0.4%) 26 (2.3%) 103 (9.3%) 289 (26.0%) 176 (58.5%) Grade 12 121 (10.9%) 0 (0.0%) 3 (0.3%) 12 (1.1%) 82 (7.4%) 200 (19.8%) 131 (60.6%) Totals 598 (54.0%) 7 (0.6%) 14 (1.3%) 61 (5.5%) 421 (38.0%) 1108 (100.0%) 657 (59.1%)
  • 5. Programs at Chesapeake HS Arts, Multimedia & Communications Academy ____________ Photography Pathway Multimedia & Communications Pathway Science, Engineering & Mathematics Academy _____________ Project Lead The Way Pre-Engineering Pathway Environmental Science Pathway Mathematics Pathway Business & Information Technology Academy ___________ Information Technology Pathway Business Management Pathway Marketing Pathway Leadership & Humanities Academy ____________ Marine JROTC Pathway Criminal Justice Pathway Electronic Portfolio Completion by Grade 12
  • 6.
        • Lockheed Martin
        • Northrop Grumman
        • First Financial Federal Credit Union
        • Johns Hopkins University
        • UMBC and CCBC
        • George Mason University
        • Education Channel
        • Guest Speakers
        • Maryland State Department of Education
        • DECA and FBLA
        • Baltimore Museum of Art
        • Feeder Schools
        • NCTAF
    STEM Academy Partnerships
  • 7. Science, Engineering & Mathematics Academy _____________ Project Lead The Way Pre-Engineering Pathway Environmental Science Pathway Mathematics Pathway
        • Lockheed Martin
        • Northrop Grumman
        • Johns Hopkins University
        • UMBC and CCBC
  • 8. Lockheed Martin Partnership Goals
    • Enhance STEM integration in across curriculums
    • Improve students’ problem solving skills
    • Increase awareness and foster an interest in engineering and related STEM careers.
    • Engage students in meaningful extra curricular activities 
    • Highlight the educational benefits of the partnership including teacher exposure in the form of externships
    •  
  • 9. How The Partnership Started…
    • Maryland State Department of Education Grant
    • Lockheed Martin Philanthropy Grants
    • School System Operating Funds
    State Superintendent Grasmick (above) and Dr. Stephanie Hill of Lockheed Martin (right) kick off the partnership in 2007
  • 10. CHS/LM Teacher Externships Summer 2010 Externs
  • 11. CHS/LM Teacher Externships
    • Not limited to the technology department, other departments include:
      • Businesses
      • Photography
      • Broadcasting
      • School Counseling
      • Social Studies
      • Math
    • Give teachers real world experiences
  • 12. CHSLM Engineers in the Classroom
  • 13. Lockheed Martin & Northrop Grumman Sea Perch Collaborative Project
    • Collaborative Problem-Based Approach to:
      • Principles of Engineering
      • Introduction to Engineering Design
      • Digital Electronics
  • 14. Lockheed Martin & Northrop Grumman Sea Perch Collaborative Project
  • 15. Vex Robotics Club
  • 16. Vex Robotics Club
    • Providing students with real world problem solving in a competitive arena.
    • Opportunity to collaborate with other students from other nations
  • 17. STEM-related Field Trips
    • LM Women in Engineering
    • LM Technology Day
    • LM Engineer’s Week
    • NG Engineering Fair
    • PLTW Field Trips
    • Vex Robotics Competitions
  • 18. Science, Engineering & Mathematics Academy _____________ Project Lead The Way Pre-Engineering Pathway Environmental Science Pathway Mathematics Pathway
        • The Education Channel
        • MSDE and Johns Hopkins
        • Baltimore Museum of Art
        • CCBC
    Arts, Multimedia & Communications Academy ____________ Photography Pathway Multimedia & Communications Pathway
  • 19.  
  • 20. Science, Engineering & Mathematics Academy _____________ Project Lead The Way Pre-Engineering Pathway Environmental Science Pathway Mathematics Pathway
        • George Mason University
        • First Financial Federal Credit Union
        • CCBC
        • FBLA and DECA
    Arts, Multimedia & Communications Academy ____________ Photography Pathway Multimedia & Communications Pathway Business & Information Technology Academy ___________ Information Technology Pathway Business Management Pathway Marketing Pathway
  • 21. Serious Game Development with George Mason University
  • 22. Goals of Serious Games
    • Allow students opportunities to create and deliver new educational content on cutting-edge technology.
    • Provide CHS students with opportunities to learn in new and exciting ways, keeping up engagement and rigor!
  • 23. 21 st Century Learning Skills
    • Game Production
    • Storyboards
    • Collaborative Learning/Application
    • Collaborative Games
    • Programming Software with a purpose.
  • 24. Affecting Learning
    • For educational institutions, serious games should be more than simply an engagement tool.
    • These games need to be presented in be a format that targets all learner types.
    • Authentic problem solving, based on curriculum, is where educational games should be directed.
  • 25. The Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)
    • The first of its kind in any public school in the state of Maryland and in the nation.
  • 26.
    • What is the VLE and why Virtual Learning?
    VLE stands for Virtual Learning Environment Today’s students are digital natives, spending much of their personal time interacting in virtual environments. Translating this to the classroom allows students to learn traditional content in a way that is engaging and familiar to them.
  • 27. Purpose To advance teaching & learning through virtual experiences Entrepreneurs Higher Education Educators Executive & Engineers
  • 28. Partnerships
    • In working closely with Johns Hopkins University and the University of Baltimore Engineers
    • Professionals from the gaming community, who have worked on the creation of the VLE, continue to be involved as curricula content develops further.
  • 29. VLE Goals
    • Expose students to cutting-edge technology
    • Provide CHS students with opportunities to learn in a new ways, in ways that professionals learn.
  • 30. Bayhawk Branch of the First Financial Federal Credit Union
  • 31.
    • The CHS Bayhawk Branch of FFFCU has had the highest numbers of the student run branches in the county
    • One of our interns won the $3,000 FFFCU scholarship and well as the BCPS Business Education Scholarship
    • Experience that exemplifies the skills learned in business pathways
    • Provides decision making opportunities as well as project based learning through the internship class work assigned  along with internship experience
  • 32.
    • DECA students competed at a national competition in Orlando, FL. 
      • Their events were Apparel and Accessories Marketing, Retail Merchandising, and Sports and Entertainment Marketing
    • FBLA students qualified for a national competition being held in Orlando, FL in June. 
      • Their events are Desktop Application Programming, and E-Business and Electronic Career Portfolio.
    Both organizations are providing business pathway students with real world business skills which enhance the curriculum provided in the classroom.  Our students are employed with our DECA and FBLA national partners
  • 33. Science, Engineering & Mathematics Academy _____________ Project Lead The Way Pre-Engineering Pathway Environmental Science Pathway Mathematics Pathway
        • Local VFW
        • Baltimore County 911 Call Center
        • CCBC
    Arts, Multimedia & Communications Academy ____________ Photography Pathway Multimedia & Communications Pathway Business & Information Technology Academy ___________ Information Technology Pathway Business Management Pathway Marketing Pathway Leadership & Humanities Academy ____________ Marine JROTC Pathway Criminal Justice Pathway
  • 34. How Has This Impacted Academic Achievement?
    • SAT Participation and College Acceptances
    • More interest in pursuing post-secondary education
    • Increased enrollment in rigorous programs
    • Offerings of / enrollment in AP courses
    • Enhanced motivation and opportunities for non-college bound students
    • 21 st century learning
    • Higher scores on system level benchmarks and standardized state exams
  • 35.
        • Guest speakers
        • Hosts of field trips
        • Members of the school community
        • Hire/Sponsor a student for a quarter, semester, or year
        • Sponsor a teacher for an externship
        • Parents
        • Local schools
        • Feeder Schools
    The key is to build relationships This takes time!
  • 36. Tips for Building Successful Partnerships…
      • Understand that all partnerships are a result of relationships
      • Make sure you are open and honest with contacts that have the potential to contribute to your school community
      • BE ABLE TO ANSWER THE QUESTION
        • How Can We Help You?
  • 37. Next Steps…
    • Continue to build on existing and new relationships
        • Engage students in real world applications within the school community
        • Involve teachers and parents more actively
        • Schedule guest speakers and field trips to address student interest
        • Invite potential partners to visit the building
        • Follow up with community partners
  • 38. New Partnerships STEM Learning Studios Student Internships Video Game Development
  • 39. Visit the following wiki for session materials, contact information, and more details about Chesapeake High School. chesapeakehighmsa2011.pbworks.com
  • 40.
    • http://chesapeakehs.bcps.org/