Presentation on theme: "Board Meeting January 29, 2013 Welcome Board & Friends!"— Presentation transcript:
Board Meeting January 29, 2013 Welcome Board & Friends!
Our Agenda 11:30 - 12:15 Lunch & Networking 12:15 to 12:25 Welcome and Introductions: 12:25 to 12:40 Board Business 12:40 to 1:00SC Science Standards - Dr. John Holton, SC SDE 1:10 to 1:20iSTEM - Dr. Nan Dempsey, S 2 TEM Centers SC 1:20 to 1:30Stretch & Networking 1:30 to 1:40Science South - Stephen Welch 1:40 to 1:50Science Plus - Mija Hood 1:50 to 2:00CA 2 VES - Melissa Zelaya 2:00 to 2:10ten80 Education - Beverly Simmons 2:10 to 2:30Wrap Up, Q&A, and spare time if we are running behind. 2:30 to 3:00-ishA tour of SIMT
The Hubs 1993 - 2003 Mathematics & Science Regional Centers 2003 - 2009 2009 - 2011 13 Regional Mathematics & Science Hubs Scope of Work: 1993-98 Individual Leadership development. 1998-2003 School Leadership Team development and SC LASER (science & math kits). As determined by National Science Foundation. Oversight – SC Department of Education and local Advisory Boards. 8 Regional Mathematics & Science Centers Scope of Work: 2003-09: Instructional Coaching and standards implementation as determined by SCDE. Oversight - SC Department of Education. SCCMS is formed. 8 Regional S 2 MART Centers Scope of Work: 2009-11 Instructional Coaching including literacy and multiple projects serving Title 1 and Technical Assistance schools as determined by SCDE. Oversight - SC Department of Education & SCCMS S 2 TEM Centers SC Scope of Work: Standards implementation, STEM school support, SC STEM plan, IQ- MS research and other efforts as identified by fee for service clients and grant funders. Oversight – SC Education Oversight Committee & SCCMS Present
Board Openings: Open - SC Business/Industry Open – DuPont Ex Officio – CU CWD Board Action
2012-20132012-2013 Financial Report Start of 2012/12 - $117,485 Revenue to date: $2,768,143 Revenue pending: $181,709 Expended to date: $1,260,336 Encumbered: $2,423,632 (includes most expenditures) Year end estimate - $500,000
SCDE Recommends X The EOC Recommends X The Governor Recommends X House Ways & Means ? Senate Finance ? Everybody is happy! 2013-20142013-2014 State Assistance Watch!
SC Standards for Natural Sciences & Engineering SDEUPDATESDEUPDATE Dr. John Holton http://ed.sc.gov/agency/se/Teacher- Effectiveness/Standards-and- Curriculum/ScienceStandardsRevisionInformationPage.cf m
iSTEM Innovation Pilot 7 School Districts 9 Leadership Teams: 2 District Teams 4 Elementary Teams 2 Middle School Teams 1 High School Team Engineers from: Fluor Lockheed Martin S 2 TEM Centers SC Staff
Leadership Teams will: Learn about STEM partnership opportunities, offerings, and instructional materials. Engage in industry-based engineering experiences, develop instructional plans, and implement instructional materials with an engineering focus. iSTEM Goals
Educators with increased awareness of inclusive engineering Focused STEM education strategies and resources Educators implementing inclusive, engineering-focused STEM education strategies Students with greater awareness of and confidence in engineering content and related skills iSTEM Outcomes
Science South Stephen Welch http://www.sciencesouth.org/
Sustainable workforce impact Broadly Disseminate Increase access, support recruitment, and improve learning SC A 2 Virtual School CA 2 VES Center for Aviation and Automotive Technical Education using Virtual E-Schools RESEARCHRESEARCH Melissa Zelaya firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.clemson.edu/centers- institutes/cucwd/centers/caaves/index.html