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  1. 1. STEM 2.0 Transformational Thinking About
 STEM for Industry, Education, Workforce,
 Economic Development Practitioners 
 TWC, San Antonio, TX
 December 3, 2013 JIM BRAZELL 
 jimbrazell@ventureramp.com
  2. 2. “What are we going to do to change the world today?” Dr. Francis X. Kane Military Father of GPS (Col. USAF, 1918-2013)
  3. 3. What do you think of when I say San Antonio?
 
 learn more at saheartofinnovation.com San Antonio, Texas! Veterans Day 2013! Weston Center, geekdom.com
  4. 4. What do the first air plane owned by the war department, Mt Rushmore, Aerobics, the first personal computer, and the high school that won the American rocketry challenge have in common?
  5. 5. Captain  Benjamin  D.   Foulois  seated  at  the   controls  of  a  Wright   Military     biplane;  a  radio   transmitter  is  tied  into   the  passenger  seat;  1911.
  6. 6. Star Film Ranch 1910 Gaston Méliès “Voyage a la lune” Brother of Georges
  7. 7. GUTZON BORGLUM
  8. 8. Durrell “Dee” Howard, The Dee Howard Company
 Hall of Fame Insert Images 1947Navy Lockheed Ventura bomber
  9. 9. 1948, Col. Harry Armstrong, “Aeromedical Problems of Space Travel”
  10. 10. Lt. Colonel Edward White June 3, 1965
  11. 11. http://www.universetoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/Earth-View-From-The-Moon.jpg July 20, 1969
  12. 12. . Julio C. Palmaz, M.D and Richard Shatz, M.D. 1988 Palmaz-Shatz Stent
  13. 13. William Barker
 @ 1969 ! Photo of the IMP Team (L to R): Truett Thatch, Bill Bartell (Honeywell), Dave Walden, Jim Geisman, Bob Kahn, Frank Heart, Ben Barker, Marty Thrope, Will Crowther, Severo Ornstein. Not pictured: Bernie Cosell.
  14. 14. Father of Aerobics Kenneth H. Cooper, M.D., M.P.H.
  15. 15. John Taboada, Ph.D. Taboada Research Instruments, Inc. 1979
  16. 16. JohnBlangero,Ph.D. ComputationalGenetics
  17. 17. Miguel Yacaman, who heads UTSA's physics and astronomy department, shows off images taken by the world's most powerful electron microscope, nicknamed 'Helenita' after King Ranch heiress Helen Groves, whose gift was used to buy the device. / SA 
 http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/education/article/UTSA-boasts-world-class-gift-794295.php
  18. 18. http://www.thenewnewinternet.com/wp-content/uploads/24th-air-force.jpg 2009 – Activation of 24th Air Force 
 Home of Air Force Cyber
  19. 19. Cyber Patriot
 highschoolcdc.com 
 
 Read more: http://www.mysanantonio.com/default/article/Students-hoping-to-ridethe-cybersecurity-wave-1043235.php#ixzz1IBe4Gqls
  20. 20. US First-EISD
 Andrew Schuetze San Antonio,TX High School
  21. 21. Alamo Heights
  22. 22. Thank you TWC for all of your support of San Antonio’s little experiments over the past decade. We are the middle America of the 21st Century.
  23. 23. In 2012, San Antonio ranked No. 1 in Jobs, Wages & Tech ! Ranked number 1 in economic growth and prosperity out of 200 metropolitan cities in America, San Antonio jumped 13 places to land the top spot on the Milken Index in 2011. Factoring jobs, wages and technology performance, San Antonio is leading the nation. Many people are asking: Why San Antonio?
 

  24. 24. www.saheartofinnovation.com
  25. 25. STEM 2.0 Transformational Thinking About
 STEM for Industry, Education, Workforce,
 Economic Development Practitioners 
 TWC, San Antonio, TX
 December 3, 2013 JIM BRAZELL 
 jimbrazell@ventureramp.com
  26. 26. STEM JOBS
  27. 27. The Commission reported: ! 1. There was a widespread interest in the subject of industrial education. ! 2. The lack of skilled workmen was not chiefly a want of manual dexterity but a want of what what may be called industrial intelligence. ! 3. There was a growing feeling of inadequacy of the existing public school system to fully meet the needs of modern industrial and social conditions. The schools were too exclusively literary in their spirit, scope, and methods. ! 4. To the question of who should bear the expense of technical education, the common answer was the state. ! ! !
  28. 28. On June 7, 1905, Massachusetts Governor William Douglas appointed a Commission on Industrial and Technical Education that later became known as the Douglas Commission. The Commission reported: ! 1. There was a widespread interest in the subject of industrial education. ! 2. The lack of skilled workmen was not chiefly a want of manual dexterity but a want of what what may be called industrial intelligence. ! 3. There was a growing feeling of inadequacy of the existing public school system to fully meet the needs of modern industrial and social conditions. The schools were too exclusively literary in their spirit, scope, and methods. ! 4. To the question of who should bear the expense of technical education, the common answer was the state. ! (Barlow, 2001 Years of Education 1776-1976, Feb. 1976) ! !
  29. 29. 1812 Industrial Age
 Input to production? Agrarian Age
 Input to production? Economic Shift
  30. 30. Morrill Act, July 2, 1862 Practical
 Arts Liberal Arts S&T Motivates New Ed “...promote the liberal and practical education of the industrial classes.” (Barlow, 2001 Years of Education 1776-1976, Feb. 1976)
  31. 31. ! ! Hail the skillful cunning hand! Hail to the cultural mind! Contending for the world’s command, Here let them be combined. ! (Barlow, 2001 Years of Education 1776-1976, Feb. 1976) St. Louis Manual Training School, 1880 Steam-driven threshing machine near Hallock, Minnesota. Photo from 1882, scanned from H. Arnold Barton, A Folk Divided: Homeland Swedes and Swedish Americans, 1840—1940, Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, 1994. Held by Nordiska Museet, Stockholm. Public domain by reason of age in Wikipedia.
  32. 32. “STEM education,” as used in this report, includes the subjects of mathematics, biology, chemistry, and physics, which have traditionally formed the core requirements of many state curricula at the K-12 level. In addition, the report includes other critical subjects, such as computer science, engineering, environmental science and geology, with whose fundamental concepts K-12 students should be familiar.
  33. 33. No mention of Career and Technical Education, workforce education, programs of study or vocational education in the tome that forms the cornerstone of K-12 STEM education policy and funding.
  34. 34. Common Core State Standards & Career and Technical Education: Bridging the Divide between College and Career Readiness was prepared for Achieve by Hans Meeder and Thom Suddreth of the Meeder Consulting Group, with the Association for Career and Technical Education and the National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium. “...all too often, the focus on “college readiness” and “career readiness” remains in two distinct silos...”
  35. 35. Jobs and Education: Knowing Doing Trap We draw a false dichotomy between knowing and doing, theory and practice, skill and knowledge, left and right brain, white collar and blue collar.
  36. 36. http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2013/12/03/248329823/u-s-high-school-students-slide-in-math-reading-science "Remember the movie Groundhog Day, where the main character wakes up every morning and realizes nothing has changed? He's reliving the same day over and over again. Well that pretty much sums up the latest PISA results for 15-year- olds in the U.S. Their scores in reading, math and science have not changed since 2003." U.S. Students Slide In Global Ranking On Math, Reading, Science by BILL CHAPPELL! December 03, 2013 7:37 AM
  37. 37. Increasing student, teacher, and worker performance is a matter of integrating these things we see as opposites into a whole. The Knowing Doing Trap - We draw a false dichotomy between knowing and doing, theory and practice, skill and knowledge, left and right brain, white collar and blue collar.
  38. 38. “Those who complete both a strong academic curriculum and a vocational program of study (dual concentrators) may have better outcomes than those who pursue one or the other” (Silverberg, Warner, Fong, & Goodwin, 2004; Plank, 2001; Stone & Aliaga, 2003)” (National Alliance for Secondary Education and Transition, 2005, Career Preparatory Experiences, ¶ 3).
  39. 39. http://www.marylandpublicschools.org/NR/rdonlyres/F8A34712-B21E-4DC2-A186-9144565375F2/18653/InteractiveMediaProduction1.doc
  40. 40. !43 STEM  2.0:   Transformational   Thinking  About  STEM   for  Education  and   Career  Practitioners   by  Jim  Brodie  Brazell  
  41. 41. Is there a STEM workforce shortage? What is the technology shift changing the economy? What are the implications for workforce, economic development, and industry? How should education respond?
  42. 42. !45 STEM  is  now  at  the  forefront   of  policy  and  education   practice,  the  current   approach  is  driven  by  the   perception  that  there  is  a   shortage  of  STEM  talent.     ! Is  there  a  quanti>iable  STEM   shortage  today?
  43. 43. STEM JOBS
  44. 44. STEM JOBS ! What percentage of jobs in the U.S. in 2010 are classified as STEM jobs by the U.S. Department of Commerce?
  45. 45. 5.5% STEM JOBS 5.5% of U.S. Workforce,! 7.6MM STEM Jobs in 2010 David Langdon, George McKittrick, David Beede, Beethika Khan, and Mark Doms, “STEM: Good Jobs Now and for the Future.” US Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration last accessed online October 28, 2012 http://www.esa.doc.gov/sites/default/files/reports/documents/stemfinalyjuly14_1.pdf
  46. 46. ½ of STEM Jobs are Network and Information Tech David Langdon, George McKittrick, David Beede, Beethika Khan, and Mark Doms, “STEM: Good Jobs Now and for the Future.” US Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration last accessed online October 28, 2012 http://www.esa.doc.gov/sites/default/files/reports/documents/stemfinalyjuly14_1.pdf 5.5% STEM JOBS
  47. 47. !50 There  are  too  many   college  educated,   experienced  STEM   workers  who  are  trying  to   >ind  a  job;  there  is  not  a   shortage  of  them     (Economic  Policy   Institute).
  48. 48. !51http://www.epi.org/publication/pm195-stem-labor-shortages-microsoft-report-distorts/ Note: Estimates are for the civilian labor force age 25 and older with a bachelor's degree or higher education. Shaded areas denote recessions. Source: Current Population Survey (CPS) public data series and unpublished Economics and Statistics Administration (Department of Commerce) analysis of CPS basic monthly microdata Unemployment rates of all workers, and workers in STEM and non-STEM occupations with at least a bachelor’s degree, 1994–2011 —Economic Policy Institute
  49. 49. !52 The STEM Crisis Is a Myth By Robert N. Charette Posted 30 Aug 2013 http://spectrum.ieee.org/at-work/education/the-stem-crisis-is-a-myth
  50. 50. http://www.brookings.edu/research/reports/2013/06/10-stem-economy-rothwell Caveat Emptor
  51. 51.  The  true  secret  behind  the  curtain
  52. 52. There  are  thousands  of  job  openings,  regardless  of  the   occupational  title,  for  which  employers  are  looking  for   folks  with  strong,  core  scienti>ic,  statistical,  and   technology  competence.  The  true  secret  behind  the   curtain  is  more  than  the  handful  of  real  occupational   shortages  we  have  in  several  engineering  and  IT   disciplines  (including  cyber  security).  There  is  an   absence  of  scienti>ic  thought  processes  and   application  of  mathematical  precepts  across  many   different  occupations—most  of  which  transcend   traditional  STEM  de>initions.   (R.  C.  Froeschle,  personal  email  communication,   March  19,  2013)
  53. 53. ANTHONY P. CARNEVALE NICOLE SMITH MICHELLE MELTON, “Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics”, Georgetown University, Center on Education and the Workforce, October 20, 2012 last accessed October 28, 2012 at http://cew.georgetown.edu/stem/. Forecast of STEM Occupational Growth
 Georgetown University, Center for Education and the Workforce Total jobs: STEM occupations will grow from 6.8 million to 8 million total jobs by 2018. ! ! Shortages: We face a chronic shortage in STEM competencies as the demand for STEM talents grows outside traditional STEM jobs.
  54. 54. !57 There  are  too  many  college   educated,  experienced  STEM   workers  who  are  trying  to  ;ind  a   job;  there  is  not  a  shortage  of  them     (Economic  Policy  Institute).   However,  current  STEM  job   categorization  does  not  typically   include  health  and  medical  jobs  or   the  majority  of  middle  and  high  skill   jobs.
  55. 55. Jobs and Education: Knowing Doing Trap We draw a false dichotomy between knowing and doing, theory and practice, skill and knowledge, left and right brain, white collar and blue collar.
  56. 56. The Hidden STEM Economy, Brookings Institute, 6.10.2013 
 http://www.brookings.edu/research/reports/2013/06/10-stem-economy-rothwell
  57. 57. CTE - Five Ways That Pay, Center for Education and the Workforce, Georgetown University, Sep 2012, Last accessed online October 28, 2012 at http://www9.georgetown.edu/grad/gppi/hpi/cew/pdfs/ CTE.FiveWays.FullReport.pdf ! There are 29 million middle skills jobs. ! 62% of middle skills job pay $35K plus
  58. 58. There are 29 million middle skill jobs. ! Many of these jobs are wrongly classified as middle skill when they are high skill (Bettersworth, TSTC.edu). Caveat Emptor
  59. 59. US Department of Labor and US Bureau of the Census in National Skills Coalition
  60. 60. The American workforce, by many accounts, has been polarizing. Middle-skill jobs in manufacturing and many business services have been disappearing thanks to automation and international competition, but low- and high-skill employment is increasing. During the recession and recovery… Highly skilled workers have done best, low-skill workers have done poorly, and those in middle-skill employment have done very, very poorly, even as the job market has improved over the past year. Caveat Emptor America's labour market Hollowing out Jan 9th 2012, 14:50 by R.A. | WASHINGTON
  61. 61. In the last two decades a huge literature, both empirical and theoretical, has emerged on the rising global trend of wage inequality since the 70s and the associated changes in employment patterns. This has been attributed mainly to skill-biased technical change (SBTC), but also significantly to freer international trade between developed and developing countries. See, for instance, Bernard and Jensen (1997), Chapter 4 in Feenstra (2004), Bivens (2007) and Krugman (2008), among many others. Taking into account relatively more recent data, 1987-2004 for the U.S. and 1975-1995 for the U.K., a more specific – and an interesting – pattern of wage distribution and employment has been discerned, compared to the earlier literature: namely, a continuing positive trend of wage inequality in the top half of the distribution (for both U.S. and U.K.), coupled with a slightly declining trend in the U.S. and a mildly positive trend in the U.K. in the bottom half of the distribution. Furthermore, in both economies the shares of high-wage as well as low-wage jobs have increased, while that of middle-wage jobs has declined. Goos and Manning has aptly depicted such a change in the employment pattern as a growth of both “Lousy and Lovely Jobs.” It has also been termed as hollowing out or job polarization, “with employment polarizing into high-wage and low-wage jobs at the expense of middle-skill jobs” (taken from Autor et al., 2006). Caveat Emptor International Trade and Polarization in the Labor Market Satya P. Das Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi ! http://dx.doi.org/10.5018/economics-ejournal.ja.2012-6
  62. 62. ! • There is no standard workforce or education definition of STEM in the U.S. • There is a lack of granularity in labor market data, making meaningful understanding of STEM jobs very difficult. • Traditional approaches to specialized labor market classification neglect the increasingly integrated nature of STEM knowledge and skills required of many jobs not typically classified as STEM. !65 STEM 2.0
  63. 63. ! • In order to understand STEM jobs, one must look beyond classical definitions of STEM labor market definitions (and codes) to the transformational system of technologies, work processes, and competencies ushering in job innovation. • Today, exigent labor market shortages are for STEM-based skills across many jobs not typically classified as STEM. !66 STEM 2.0
  64. 64. Is there a STEM workforce shortage? What is the technology shift changing the economy? What are the implications for workforce, economic development, and industry? How should education respond?
  65. 65. Computers?
  66. 66. Network?
  67. 67. Hint
  68. 68. !72 http://www.adssecurity.com/Libraries/Services/phone_signal_graphic_1.sflb.ashx
  69. 69. Electronics Actuators Software Computer ROBOT Cyber physical systems extend computer control to monitor and manage physical processes.
  70. 70. !74 The infrastructure enabling the basic services of life in the 21st Century are now governed by and dependent on cyber physical control systems (distributed robotics). Robots are now fundamental to life, work, and play in the 21st century illustrating a profound shift in the economy.
  71. 71. Computer
 Communication and 
 Control of Information Cyber Physical Systems
 Communication and Control of Physical Processes Robotics Age
  72. 72. 3D Printers That Build Entire Houses: Contour Craftings Aims To Print 2,500 Square-Foot-Homes In 20 Hours, International Business Times By Ryan W. Neal on October 29 2013 10:08 AM http://www.ibtimes.com/3d-printers-build-entire-houses-contour-craftings-aims-print-2500-square-foot-homes-20-hours-video The Contour Crafting 3D printers could even do the electrical work, plumbing, tiling, finishing work and painting.
  73. 73. Software Actuators Computers Electronics Cyber physical systems extend computer control into the realms of biology and chemistry. Bio Chemistry Neuro Physics Cyber 
 Physical Systems
  74. 74. A Pacemaker the Size of a Tic Tac - Medtronic is using microelectronics to make a pacemaker so small it can be injected. Technology Review http://www.technologyreview.com/biomedicine/32436/? nlid=4177
  75. 75. !80
  76. 76. A futurist moment with Dr. Francis X. Kane, Military Father of GPS (Col. USAF, 1918-2013)
  77. 77. http://www.shimz.co.jp/english/theme/dream/pdf/lunaring_e.pdf http://www.shimz.co.jp/english/theme/dream/pdf/lunaring_e.pdf
  78. 78. http://www.shimz.co.jp/english/theme/dream/pdf/lunaring_e.pdf http://www.shimz.co.jp/english/theme/dream/pdf/lunaring_e.pdf
  79. 79. 
 The entire SBSP infrastructure is a robot. Cloud 2.0 is power, communications, software, and control— all wireless. Dr. Francis X. Kane, Military Father of GPS (Col. USAF, 1918-2013)
  80. 80. The network is a robot.
  81. 81. 1812 Industrial Age
 Input to production – machine labor Agrarian Age
 Input to production – human labor Industrial Age
  82. 82. 1973 Information Age
 Input to production 
 – human knowledge Industrial Age
 Input to production – machine labor Information Age
  83. 83. We are here Age of Robotics
 Input to production 
 – artificial labor and artificial intelligence Information Age
 Input to production 
 – human knowledge Robotics Age
  84. 84. Specialized Knowledge & Skills Systems Knowledge & Skills Workforce Shift
  85. 85. DJ Engineering, Butler Community College April 7 to 11, 2008
  86. 86. Technology and Automation are Driving Full Spectrum Transformation of Jobs • Engineering Design • Manufacturing • Installation and Maintenance • Operation !93
  87. 87. !94 http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mssl/mechanical/images/mechanical-design/DSC_5485_mod.jpg Engineering Design
  88. 88. DJ Engineering, Butler Community College April 7 to 11, 2008 Manufacturing
  89. 89. 5151 http://www.gadgetspage.com/wp-content/uploads/inside-redbox.jpg Installation & Maintenance
  90. 90. http://ae45ipb.wordpress.com/2009/12/31/masa-depan-pertanian-ada-di-tangan-robotikabisakah/ Operations
  91. 91. http://ae45ipb.wordpress.com/2009/12/31/masa-depan-pertanian-ada-di-tangan-robotikabisakah/
  92. 92. http://news.pickuptrucks.com/2013/10/toyota-celebrates-10-years-of-building-trucks-in-texas.html
  93. 93. !100 TMMTX has 2900 Employees 5700 Jobs in the Team Texas Campus Production 2345 Multi Skilled 225 Engineers 120 Admin 110 Workforce *As  of  August  2012 Mario Lozoya ! Director of Government Realations & External Affairs External Affairs Dept.! Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas, Inc.! 1 Lone Star Pass! San Antonio, TX 78264! Desk: 210-263-4126 ! Fax: 210-263-4098! magaly.santos@tema.toyota.com
  94. 94. Key Texas Industries • Copyright Industries • Electronics & Applied Computer Equipment • Biotechnology, Life Science & Medical • Telecommunications & Information Services • Distribution, Transportation & Logistics • Heavy & Special Trade Construction • Energy, Mining & Related Support Services • Petroleum Refining & Chemical • Transportation Equipment • Production Support & Industrial Machinery • Agriculture, Forestry & Food • Aerospace and Aviation • Homeland Security & Defense
  95. 95. We are here Information Age
 Institutional Transformation Robotics Age
 Restructuring Knowledge
 Organizations
 Industries
 Markets Technologies Human Capital
 Curricula Economies
  96. 96. !103 The net effect of the adoption and diffusion of technology is the transformation of social institutions—including family, work, school, law, the economy, and national defense. A new approach to jobs analysis is needed to identifying how social institutions such as employment are changing and what competencies support institutional growth and sustainability. ! It is therefore important to define STEM in a way that elucidates how these institutions are changing as well as what skills give rise to economic innovation and sustainability of democratic ideals. STEM 2.0
  97. 97. Is there a STEM workforce shortage? What is the technology shift changing the economy? What are the implications for workforce, economic development, and industry? How should education respond?
  98. 98. Jobs and Education: Knowing Doing Trap We draw a false dichotomy between knowing and doing, theory and practice, skill and knowledge, left and right brain, white collar and blue collar.
  99. 99. !106 The Leadership Challenge
  100. 100. http://www.npr.org/2013/11/11/230841224/lessons-in-leadership-its-not-about-you-its-about-them A Brief Introduction to the Adaptive Leadership Framework! Ronald Heifetz, Harvard University When we face a challenge where people have to change, leadership’s role is to engage the people with the problem to solve it for themselves—rather than prescribing a solution from the top down.
  101. 101. !108 Lessons from Kansas
  102. 102. Butler County Economic Development ! “In the world of economic development, people talk about the importance of location, location, location… but without the labor force location means nothing.” ! ! --David Alfaro, Director Butler County Economic Develoipment Butler Community College April 7 to 11, 2008
  103. 103. National Institute for Aviation Research ! “If we don’t have a trained workforce, we’ll create technology and export jobs.” ! 
 -- John Tomblin, Executive Director Butler Community College April 7 to 11, 2008
  104. 104. “Workforce development and economic development are the same thing…” --Linda Sorrell, Workforce Center, Wichita
  105. 105. “We can’t be in our silos like we have been in the past.” ! --D Smith, Visioneering Wichita
  106. 106. !114 Industry Stepping Up
  107. 107. Education Economic 
 Development Industry Workforce Innovation 
 Networks Community Innovation Laboratories
  108. 108. Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce ! “Alignment is the issue… We need to start in 5th or 6th grade...” --Bryan ! “We need to build a [human capital] supply chain…” --Jim ! --Bryan Derreberry, President & CEO and Jim Schwarzenberger, VP ! ! Butler Community College April 7 to 11, 2008
  109. 109. !117 Supply Chain Methodology
  110. 110. !118 High School Internships TMMTX established its first internship program with Alamo Academies from local high schools. Students develop a Toyota mindset, enables TMMTX to be a good corporate citizen and strengthen loyalty with our community; and to create a pipeline of local skilled candidates to address current gaps. ATMA Internships: Alamo Technology and Manufacturing Academy The students are exposed to three Career paths: Production Multi-Skill Maintenance Engineering SWISD East Central SouthSan NISD SA ISD
  111. 111. Cyber Patriot
 uscyberpatriot.org 
 
 http://www.mysanantonio.com/default/article/Students-hoping-to-ridethe-cybersecurity-wave-1043235.php#ixzz1IBe4Gqls
  112. 112. The meaning of STEM is culturally bound.
  113. 113. !122 The Arts are Part of the STEM Picture
  114. 114. Arts,  Crafts,  and  Literary  Avocations  Correlate   with  Scientific  Success •   Compared  with  typical   scientist,  Nobel   laureates  are  at  least:   • 2X  photographers   • 4X  musicians   • 17X  artists   • 15X  craftsmen   • 25X  writers   • 22X  performers Source: Innovations in the Formal Education of Future STEM Innovators, Robert Root-Bernstein, Michigan State University
  115. 115. http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/case-studies/package-design-made-easy-in-modo/ For our clients, the 3D illustrations I produce have cut costs by reducing or completely replacing the need for physical comps and final art photography. Gene Dupont, genedupont.com
  116. 116. http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/case-studies/package-design-made-easy-in-modo/ Of the two million U.S. arts jobs requiring significant technology proficiency: ! 10% architects 11% artists, art directors and animators 7% producers and directors and 7% photographers ! The products of copyright industries represent 6.4% of the U.S. economy and over $126 billion annually in revenue from foreign trade. Read more at Arts in the Workforce.
 
 http://www.nea.gov/research/ArtistsInWorkforce.pdf
  117. 117. STEM, IT, Arts Integration Leaders US Digital Convergence Centers ! • New York City • Washington DC MSA • Central Florida • San Francisco/Silicon Valley • Los Angeles • San Diego MSA • Phoenix • Denver • Las Vegas • Austin-San Antonio- Waco Global Digital Convergence Centers ! • South Korea • Finland • China • Taiwan • Sweden • Denmark • Germany • UK • Israel • Malaysia • Japan Evans, Eliza, Michael Sekora, Alexander Cavalli, Kinman Chan, Jeeyoung Heo Kenneth Kan, Yue Kuang, Prakash Mohandas, Xiaoxiang Zhang, and Jim Brazell. Digital Convergence Initiative: Creating Sustainable Competitive Advantage in Texas. San Marcos, Texas: Greater Austin- San Antonio Corridor Council, 2005. Full Report: http://www.dcitexas.org/DCI_report.pdf
  118. 118. !127 The Most Important Word in STEM
  119. 119. SURVIVAL 
 OF SPECIES
 GOVERNANCE
 SECURITY &
 SAFETY QUALITY
 OF CIVIL 
 LIFE WEALTH
 JOBS MARKETS STEM is transformation of social, human, and environmental systems by human creativity & design. Innovation
  120. 120. !129 STEM 2.0 What  is  required  in  our  understanding   is  that  technology  is  not  an  artifact  such   as  computer  or  a  robot,  rather,   technology  is  the  uni;ication  of  human   art  and  science  to  transform  society   through  the  process  of  design.  We  are   the  technology.  Technology  is  not  an   external  force,  beyond  our  control,   acting  on  society.  We  are  the   technology! Technology is the unification of art and science to transform society through the process of design.
  121. 121. !130 Technology is the unification of art and science to transform society through the process of design.
  122. 122. “What are we going to do to change the world today?” Dr. Francis X. Kane Military Father of GPS (Col. USAF, 1918-2013)
  123. 123. Is there a STEM workforce shortage? What is the technology shift changing the economy? What are the implications for workforce, economic development, and industry? How should education respond?
  124. 124. When  our  predecessors   stood  at  the  edge  of  the   world  and  gazed  up  at   Sputnik  in  1957,  they  did   not  respond  with  a  narrow   focus  on  technology   education  or  training.
 
 General  Robert  F.   McDermott,  Academic   Dean,  of  the  U.S.  Air  Force   Academy,  founded  the  new   academy  on  the  idea  that  in   a  world  of  increasing   technological  complexity,   education  needs  to  increase   emphasis  in  both  classical   and  contemporary  studies.     Brigadier General Robert F. McDermott

  125. 125. Health Arts CTE Academics Leadership Character Citizenship Classical Contemporary Education
  126. 126. Model  classical  contemporary  schools  that  integrate   academic  and  applied  arts  with  success  in  terms  of   improving  learning  outcomes  for  diverse  student   populaEons  include:   ! 1. Philadelphia  Performing  Arts  Charter  School  (K-­‐8),   ppacs.net,  PA.   2. Clark  Magnet  School,  clarkmagnet.net,  La  Crescenta,   CA.   3. Indian  River  State  College,  irsc.edu,  Fort  Pierce,  FL.   4. University  of  Maryland  BalEmore  County,  umbc.edu,   BalEmore,  MD.   5. Olin  College,  olin.edu,  Needham,  MA.    
  127. 127. Classical Contemporary Education - Systems  Innova:on   a.  ADAPTIVE  LEADERSHIP  -­‐  AdapEve  leadership  is  specifically  about  change   that  enables  the  capacity  to  thrive—change  led  from  the  bo^om  up  and   the  top  down  simultaneously.     b.  INNOVATION  LABORATORIES  –  PosiEoning  challenges  and  opportuniEes   from  the  community  (local  and/or  global)  in  the  center  of  learning  and   educaEon  goals  through  student-­‐  and  teacher-­‐driven  innovaEon  projects.   c.   CULTURE  OF  INNOVATION  -­‐  Context  and  frame  for  learning  is  real  world   and  purpose  driven  incorporaEng  failure  as  feedback  to  the  learning   process.  A  culture  of  innovaEon  is  conducive  to  learning,  improving,  and   adapEng  while  fostering  risk  taking.  In  this  view,  learning  cannot  be   achieved  without  feedback  as  an  integral  part  of  the  learning  loop.  WHAT   IS  NEW  IS  MAINSTREAMING  ENGINEERING  &  ARTISTIC  DESIGN  PROCESSES   (APPLIED)  WITHIN  THE  ACADEMIC  CONTEXT—INTEGRATION  (and  not  or).   d.  PRE-­‐K  TO  PhD  NETWORKS,  SYSTEMS,  &  PATHWAYS  -­‐  Sequenced,  integrated   and  transferable  courses  across  K-­‐12,  Community  College,  University  and   the  Adult  ConEnuing  EducaEon  spectrum  of  lifelong  learning.    
  128. 128. ! Classical Contemporary Education - Pedagogical  InnovaEon   a.  INTEGRATED  ACADEMICS  &  CTE  PRACTICE  -­‐  Delivering  integrated  CTE  and   academic  courses  and  programs  of  study  (coherent  course  sequences);   b.  MAINSTREAM  ARTS  INTEGRATION  -­‐  IntegraEng  fine  arts,  performing  arts,   cultural  arts,  commercial  arts,  and  creaEvity  as  foundaEonal  to  school   culture  and  outcomes  (not  an  add  on);     c.   APPLIED  LEARNING  PRACTICE  -­‐  Applying  knowledge  and  skill-­‐based   learning  through  apprenEceship,  expert  modeling,  and  project  work;   d.  INTERDISCIPLINARY  LEARNING  -­‐  IntegraEng  disciplinary  knowledge  across   subjects  through  innovaEon  themes,  projects,  and  compeEEons;  and,   e.  INTERDISCIPLINARY  DESIGN  &  DEVELOPMENT  -­‐  IntegraEng  professional   development  within  and  across  faculty  professional  development  subjects/ disciplines.  
  129. 129. Denton ISD, Texas Programs of study connecting pathways to both 2 year and 4 year post secondary degrees.
  130. 130. Delia Weaver, Principal Former Director of CATE San Benito CISD
  131. 131. http://www.npr.org/2013/11/11/230841224/lessons-in-leadership-its-not-about-you-its-about-them A Brief Introduction to the Adaptive Leadership Framework! Ronald Heifetz, Harvard University When we face a challenge where people have to change, leadership’s role is to engage the people with the problem to solve it for themselves—rather than prescribing a solution from the top down.
  132. 132. “There are kids on Maui who have never been to the top of the mountain or to Hana much less have they traveled off of the island.” How do we cultivate innovation and innovators in our schools? ! Indigenous Invention - “We must move beyond school reform through the implementation of outside ideas to a new approach, one that embraces inside innovation, imagination, and invention...” ! --School Reform: The Flatworm in a Flat World: From Entropy to Renewal through Indigenous Invention, PAUL E. HECKMAN, University of California, Davis and VIKI L. MONTERA, Sonoma State University
  133. 133. The key ingredient of 21st century education is Innovation — the creation of new discourse, knowledge, processes, systems, tools, and/ or languages. 

  134. 134. http://www.dentonrc.com/sharedcontent/utilities/clickedimage/index.html
  135. 135. 1,000 MPG eq. Fuel Cell Car
  136. 136. Indian River State College Current and Emerging Pattern Languages Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Leadership Humanities-Law-Human Development Engineering-Design-*C.S. Medical-Bio-Life Sciences Architecture, Media & Arts Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Leadership FLOW: A Pattern for Play, Learning, Cooperation and Invention *C.S. - Computer science Faculty Students World Community
  137. 137. For  Dr.  Francis  X.  “Duke”  Kane   liberal  education  and  the  arts   are  part  and  parcel  to  STEM   education  and  the  cultivation   of  the  “creativeforce”  we  need   for  the  missions  ahead.  For   Duke,  “creativity  and   collaboration”  were  the  two   necessary  qualities  to   engender  in  the  education  of   what  he  affectionately  called   the  “Speed  of  Light   Generation.”  
  138. 138. Is there a STEM workforce shortage? What is the technology shift changing the economy? What are the implications for workforce, economic development, and industry? How should education respond?
  139. 139. “What are we going to do to change the world today?” Dr. Francis X. Kane Military Father of GPS (Col. USAF, 1918-2013)
  140. 140. Education Economic 
 Development Industry Workforce YOU Community Innovation Laboratories
  141. 141. STEM 2.0 Transformational Thinking About
 STEM for Industry, Education, Workforce,
 Economic Development Practitioners 
 TWC, San Antonio, TX
 December 3, 2013 JIM BRAZELL 
 jimbrazell@ventureramp.com
  142. 142. R.U.R. is a 1920 science fiction play by Karel Čapek. R.U.R. stands for Rossum's Universal Robots.! The play begins in a factory that makes artificial people, made of synthetic organic matter, called "robots." ! The play is a social commentary about the division of the world into two classes—the know'ers and the do’ers.
  143. 143. !154 Cyber physical systems utilize information technology (computers, software, and networks) to direct the communication and control of physical processes and systems (or vice versa).
  144. 144. STEM impacts all jobs and academic disciplines—all aspects of life. 5.5% of Jobs in U.S. are STEM Jobs

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