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Science Learning through Engineering Design (SLED)

Contact

Brenda Capobianco

Meeting Materials

Background

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"Provide instructional leaders with professional development that helps them to create the school conditions that appear to support student achievement."

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"Enhance the capacity of K-12 teachers."

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"Ensure that STEM curricula are focused on the most important topics in each discipline, are rigorous, and are articulated as a sequence of topics and performances."

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"Devote adequate instructional time and resources to science in grades K-5."

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"Consider developing [...] models of STEM-focused schools, in addition to improving STEM education in comprehensive schools..."

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IDENTIFYING EFFECTIVE APPROACHES IN
Science,
Technology,
Engineering, and
Mathematics

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STEM Smart Atlanta Waitlist Registration

Waitlist: To be added to the waitlist, please complete the waitlist registration form below. We regret that we may not be able to accommodate all who wish to attend, due to space limitations.

This waitlist is for the STEM Smart workshop ONLY. Participants must register separately for the ASEE conference and sessions that require sign-up in advance.

Baltimore–March 22, 2013

Date

03/22/2013

Event Title

STEM Smart: Lessons Learned from Successful Schools

About

This meeting highlighted issues in the NRC reports, Successful K-12 STEM Education and Monitoring Progress Toward Successful K-12 STEM Education, with a special focus on college and career readiness. It included breakout sessions on projects, resources, and initiatives that align with the reports' evidence base on effective instruction, access to high quality STEM for all students, and building supportive infrastructure. Presenters were drawn largely from NSF-supported programs, and well-recognized STEM Schools.

Plenary Presentation Recordings
Read the STEM Smart Brief on Preparing Students for College and Careers in STEM

Location Info

University of Maryland, Baltimore
621 W. Lombard Street
Baltimore, MD

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