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Transcript of Strive+STEM=Success2
Share the inherent alignment of Strive cradle to career civic infrastructures and State STEM networks,
Introduce tools to help you further the work in your community, and
Begin dialogue about how to engage with STEM networks in order to align and leverage community resources to achieve the cradle to career partnership goals 2012 Strive Network Convening
September 28, 2012
Milwaukee, WI Portland Strive Network +
Metro STEM Partnership
Bill Becker, Ph.D.
Portland State University Cincinnati Strive Network +
Greater Cincinnati STEM Innovation Collaborative
University of Cincinnati State of New York Cradle to Career Partnerships +
Empire State STEM Learning Network
State University of New York System Moderator: Patricia Brown
Director of Cradle to Career Technical Assistance
State University of New York System
Office of the Education Pipeline What is STEM, anyway? Why STEM, Why now? Economic growth and prosperity
Workforce and pipeline gaps
Systemic inclusion challenges Low income and minority students lag farthest behind Source:
Visit http://vitalsigns.changetheequation.org/ for complete reports, methodology, sources No state is on track to getting all students the STEM skills they need to succeed in college and careers Nationwide, many minority students lack access to challenging math and science courses No state has closed the persistent achievement gaps among racial and ethnic groups In most states, minority and low-income students are more likely to have inexperienced teachers in math and science, indicating high turnover rates Other thoughts? Thank you! Office of Partnership Development Office of Research and Assessment STEM Teachers Academy STEM Collaboratory Teacher Education Alliance Intel STEM Center for College & Career Readiness 1. Student success will improve when instruction has clearly articulated learning outcomes and is linked to career choices and the world beyond school. 2. Strategic partnerships focused on whole-school investments can help principals and classroom teachers make sustainable improvements in STEM teaching and learning, particularly for traditionally underrepresented groups. 3. A regional STEM center for college and career readiness can deliver customized research and development programming to bring about sustainable transformations of STEM education. Theory of Change Mission: To engage new partners and align the intellectual, programming, and financial assets of partnering organizations to transform STEM teaching and learning for all K-12 students. A Collective Impact Partnership Aligning intellectual, programmatic, and financial assets to support STEM transformation Identifying and measuring meaningful outcomes of STEM success for students, teachers, and the partnership Professional development programming for innovative teaching Enabling hands-on experiences in STEM Preparing outstanding STEM teachers Mission: To provide high quality, research-based teacher professional development programming coursework that is reflective of the needs and priorities of networked schools and partnering school districts in STEM disciplines. Mission: To recruit, prepare, and retain highly capable and confident teachers to serve as STEM leaders in K-12 schools and classrooms. Mission: To equip members of the partnership with the measurement and research tools to enable determination of progress towards shared goals such as developing innovative STEM teaching and learning environments. Mission: To facilitate opportunities for students to engage in STEM-based investigations and explorations. Successful Collective
Impact Partnerships Operational backbone of the Portland Metro STEM Partnership Common
Agenda Transform STEM learning cultures in K-12 schools by providing pathways to college and career readiness and the achievement of Oregon’s 40-40-20 goal. Shared
Measurement Establish a shared outcomes-based system for measuring student achievement, program performance, and partnership engagement. Mutually
Activities Align the programming, research, and development assets of core and collaborating partners by targeting the needs of students, teachers, and schools. Continuous
Communication Engage the Intel STEM Center for College and Career Readiness as the communications and programming hub for
the partnership. Establish core partners of school districts, colleges and universities, businesses, community organizations, and government agencies, and a dedicated staff to guide the vision and strategy of this collective impact partnership. Backbone
Organization Status: Collaborative Design Artifact: Memorandums of Understanding, STEM Investment Plan Status: Engagement Artifact: Assessment Triangle Status: Collective Impact Artifact: Teachers on Special Assignment Status: Collaborative Design Artifact: Northwest Science Expo, Project NANO Status: Interest Artifact: Noyce Teacher Scholars Program Learn more at:
http://www.stemx.us/ Checkmark on "Comprehensive Data Management System" added post-Workshop based on update from STEMx member states