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Blast off with math and science

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Blast off with math and science

  1. 1. OSDE Math & Science Partnership Mini Grant
  2. 2. Key Goals Activities Increasing Science/Math teacher content knowledge Workshop topics will include content specific information related to STEM PromotingTeaching Skills Topics will be offered to increase use of technology in the classroom Developing curricula or aligning to state standards Participants will be required to develop leveled lesson plans along with a peer teacher. Peer mentoring by teachers Elementary and Secondary teachers will be paired with one another to develop lesson plans Exposure to STEM Professionals Professionals from CareerTech and Higher Ed will be available to present at the conference K-8 Science/Math Expertise Building STEMTopics will be offered to increase rigor in grades K-8 Key Goals
  3. 3. OCCT Math Proficiency 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Math 3 Math 4 Math 5 Math 6 Math 7 Math 8 2011 2012
  4. 4. EOI Math Proficiency 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Algebra I Algebra II Geometry 2011 2012
  5. 5. OCCT / EOI Science Proficiency 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Science 5 Science 8 Biology 2011 2012
  6. 6. •63% of Administrators state that teachers in their building seldom or never collaborate with teachers at other grade levels. •91% say that teachers in their building seldom or never collaborate with Higher Ed regarding classroom instruction. •82% would like to see more Professional Development opportunities offered for teachers in Math and Science •100% of administrators polled said that Professional Development would have a positive impact on teacher effectiveness and student achievement. Administrator Survey
  7. 7. • Blast Off with Math & Science, 2013 • Math & ScienceWorkshop • October 25th and 26th • Partner withTulsaTech andTulsa Community College • Meet with Engineering, Science, and MathTeachers in K-12,Tech, and Higher Ed • District Math & Science Faculty will participate in workshops on a variety of topics: • InstructionalTechnology • Literacy in Math and Science • InnovativeTeaching Strategies • STEM Resources forTeachers • Problem Based or Active Learning • Designing Inquiry Based Activities Addressing the Goals
  8. 8. • Friday, October 25, 2013 • 18:00 - RoundTable Discussion about Math & Science with Workshop Presenters • 19:00 – 20:30Workshop #1 • Pair withTeachers from another level (Elementary with Secondary) Lift Off
  9. 9. • Saturday, October 26th • 09:00 – 10:30: Workshop 2 • 10:45 – 11:45: Workshop 3 • 13:00 – 14:30: Workshop 4 • 14:45 – 16:00: ClosingCeremonies Flight Plan
  10. 10. •Conference Presenters • Mandi Cloud • Teacher, LimestoneTechnology Academy, SSPS • Lisa Seay • Technology EngineeringTeacher, Clyde Boyd MS, SSPS • Shawn Beard • InstructionalTechnology Coach, SSPS • Rita Montgomery • Principal, Northwoods FineArts Academy, SSPS • Terry McDevitt • Associate Professor of Mathematics,TCC • RoxAnn Davenport • Associate Professor of Biology,TCC • Carole Forsberg • Pre-Engineering Instructor,TulsaTech • Elaine Clark • Pre-Engineering & Mathematics Instructor,TulsaTech Mission Control
  11. 11. • November 26, 2013 • Flight Report Due • Teams of Elementary and SecondaryTeachers • Utilize knowledge gained from Mission • Develop Flight Report containing leveled lesson plans in their field. • Lesson plans must fit prescribed format and address Common Core Standards Splash Down
  12. 12. •This conference supports ongoing professional development • Technology Integration classes offered year-round • InstructionalTechnology Coach available for support • New Contact with Higher Ed and Career Tech Professionals will broaden educators’ Professional Learning Community • Addresses need for Technology Integration • 65% or more of faculty have indicated they are unfamiliar with instructional technologies • 74% of faculty have expressed a need for Common Core and STEM Skills and Training District Professional Development
  13. 13. Pre and PostWorkshop Survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DM6N7YZ https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DND8PCR

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