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STEM SCHOOL INSTRUCTIONAL MODEL

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Transcript of STEM SCHOOL INSTRUCTIONAL MODEL

The Student Will:
Rigorous, Relevant
and Real World
The Student Will:
The Ideal STEM Student Will...
The Ideal STEM Teacher Will...
The Student Will:
The Teacher Will
BALANCE BETWEEN TEACHER AND STUDENT IS ACHIEVED TO CREATE THE OPTIMAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
Caring, Respectful
and Safe
-Actively develop positive professional relationships
with students and families
-Organize classroom policies and procedures
-Model positive character traits such as honesty,
respect, integrity, and responsibility
-Provide students opportunities to experience and understand empathy
-Establish an environment where intellectual risk
taking is protected and valued
Problem Based Learning
-Vary methods of research-based instructional practices

-Allow for choice and voice
Guiding students throughout the process and challenging students ideas and level of thinking

-Provide direct Instruction only when it’s the best way to deliver the information

-Directly connect back to standards and targeted learning outcomes for skills associated
Infusion Of Technology
-allow the use of technology
-Provide scaffolded instruction for 21st Century skill development
-Give ownership of learning the technology to the students
-Guide students to make appropriate technological choices for the project
-Use technology in a cross-disciplinary approach STEM) in all classrooms
-Listen to new technological ideas from students
-Maintain a sense of ethics and responsibility with new technologies
Rigorous, Relevant,
Real-World

-Use different assessment methods to assess knowledge (R1)
-Teach within the ‘zone of proximal development’: (give assignments slightly beyond what student can do without a guide)
-Create assignments that are culturally diverse, globally important and impactful to our students’ world. (R3)
-Give students opportunities for work outside the classroom
-Bring in industry professionals for student interaction
-Plan curriculum with the following aspects.
Planned with the end in mind
Intentional alignment between standards, instructions and assessment.
Horizontal & vertical representation of learning outcomes.
Specific learning outcomes students are to achieve in each grade and content level.
Common formative assessment
Use data teams to drive and revise instruction.
The Teacher will:
-Focus on deeper learning
-Facilitate, and create an atmosphere of collaboration
-Maintain respect for student-“We are all in this together”
-Provide clear and high-level expectations and guidelines
-Give assessments are relevant and easily understood
-Rely on problem/Inquiry based teaching
-Emphasize problem or project based learning
The Student Will:
-Active learning (vs passive)
-Solve problems, answer questions and formulate
questions of their own, to discuss, debate content
-Have full responsibility for their learning (with
support)
-Choose the “What” to study, along with the "How," and "Why" that make it interesting
-Be vital part of the learning community and offer up
their own unique opinions
-Map out their learning plan for the unit or subject
-Explore their own passion
Caring, Respectful
and Safe
-Collaborate and interact in a positive and respectful manner

- Take risks and make mistakes in an learning environment focused on productive behaviors and intellectual safety

- Take personal responsibility and be accountable for their actions

-Model positive character traits such as honesty, respect, integrity, and responsibility
Problem Based Learning
Infusion Of Technology
-Taking ownership of learning
-Collaborating with others
-Solving real world problems with data, research and analysis
-Persevering to create new and creative projects,ideas and solutions
-Becoming the expert to communicate and share Ideas with real world audiences
-Students will actively learn through deep critical thinking
-Students will take initiative and responsibility for their own cross curricular learning and education.
-Students will demonstrate knowledge and 21st century skills.
-Students will ask good questions, define problems and dig into solutions.
-Students will demonstrate leadership skills
-Students will connect to the real-world by participating in external opportunities and presenting to a relevant audience. (e.g. internships, etc)
-Students will continuously demonstrate
-Reasoning
-Resilience
-Responsibility
-Rigor
-Relevance
-Respect
-Model skills and become the experts
-Experiment with various technology tools
-Learn from their challenges
-Problem solve and collaborate with others via online tools
-Showcase work to an authentic audience
-Build intrinsic motivation through goal attainment
-Apply technology to real-world applications and simulations
-Use technology to meet goals and standards and to answer essential questions
STUDENT-CENTERED
STEM SCHOOL INSTRUCTIONAL MODEL
The Teacher Will:
The Teacher will:
STUDENT-CENTERED
The Teacher will
The Student Will:
Focus on Skill Development
-Guide students as they use various tools
-Give parameters that need to be met that are guided by objectives and essential questions
-Supervise groups of students at various points within a project
-Develop student skills via content
Provide time to work with students on skills based goal setting
The Teacher Will:
Focus on Skill Development
The Student Will:
-Think critically about external educational and non educational stimuli
-Work through problems and ideas at a comfortable pace to meet certain milestones
-Monitor their own growth for attainment of individual skills
-Self-assess their own progress
-Disrespectful or belittling to students
-Disrespectful or unprofessional to staff
-Contentious or ill-mannered between individuals
-Restricted by unnecessary rules or guidelines
WHAT STEM SCHOOL IS NOT...
-Purposeless projects
-Textbook centered
-Cookbook recipe lessons
-Single outcome based
-Restricted by unnecessary rules or guidelines
-students working on content that is not skills based
-Assigning work for the sake of assigning work
-Teacher-centered (with or without technology)
-One size fits all
-The purposeless use of technology
-Limiting to technological experimentation or options
WHAT STEM IS...
STUDENT-CENTERED LEARNING IS THE BASIS OF STEM EDUCATION
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