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1 Board Meeting December 3, 2013 Welcome Board & Friends!

2 Our Agenda 11: :15 Lunch & Networking 12:15 to 12:25 Welcome and Introductions: 12:25 to 12:55 Understanding the Standards Controversy 12:55 to 1:10Board Action - Openings. 1:10 to 1:25Highlights - What we’ve been up to. 1:25 to 1:30Highlights - IQ-MS 1:30 to 1:45Stretch & Networking 1:45 to 1:55New from CUCWD 1:55 to 2:10STEM Collaboratives 2:10 to 2:20STEM Summit ’14 2:20 to 2:45Other, Wrap Up, Q&A, spare time if we are running behind. 2:45 to 2:50-ishA tour of SCCMS

3 Welcome and Introductions

4 The Common Core Controversy CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text, including determining where the text leaves matters uncertain. CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI Determine two or more central ideas of a text and analyze their development over the course of the text, including how they interact and build on one another to provide a complex analysis; provide an objective summary of the text. CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI Analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of the structure an author uses in his or her exposition or argument, including whether the structure makes points clear, convincing, and engaging. English Language Arts Standards » Reading: Informational Text » Grade

5 Board Openings: Open - SC Business/Industry Open – SC Department of Education Board Action

6 Region ___ EOC Report Highlights Proviso(s): 1A.53. (SDE-EIA: XII.F.2. STEM Centers SC) All EIA-funded entities that provide professional development and science programming to teachers and students should be included in the state’s science, technology, engineering and mathematics education strategic plan. Inform: Approximate total reach (in person) = 3,513 Approximate total reach (virtual) = 43,808 Support: Approximate total reach = 528 Innovate: Total reach = 368 Research: Total reach = 329 In total, S 2 TEM Centers SC delivered ~29,727 Participant Contact Hours of service. Participant Contact Hours = # of Participants x # contact hours of service provided. 2012/13

7 Region ___ EOC Report Highlights 2012/13 The S 2 TEM Center SC Professional Learning Experience provided was: Clear and understandable. 94% Strongly Agree/Agree Well organized. 95% Strongly Agree/Agree Relevant and applicable to my work. 90% Strongly Agree/Agree Useful tools. 90% Strongly Agree/Agree Better prepared to implement. 86% Strongly Agree/Agree Better prepared to change practice. 84% Strongly Agree/Agree Worth my time and effort to attend. 88% Strongly Agree/Agree Would recommend S 2 TEM Centers.91% Strongly Agree/Agree (Clients) Total Participant Surveys Completed: 678 Total Client Surveys Completed: 34

8 Region ___ EOC Report Highlights SCCMS + S 2 TEM Centers SC

9 Region ___ EOC Report Highlights SCCMS + S 2 TEM Centers SC

10 Region ___ IQ-MS Report Highlights Based on collection and analysis of data from a wide range of measures, the IQ-MS has been shown to be exerting a greater than expected impact on reform-based classroom practice in math and science classrooms of treatment schools after one year. Again, significant positive change is seen in attitudes about the effectiveness and personal command of purposeful reading techniques. Teachers appear to have gained knowledge and competency in the area of meaningful writing over the course of the school year. Finally, it is notable that at each of the visited schools, the instructional specialist was well- known and respected. Teacher frequency of use of DL strategies in the mathematics classroom was a significant, positive predictor of student achievement on the PASS 2013 assessment in math and English language arts (ELA). However, for science where the number of teachers in the analysis was smaller, there were no significant findings and less consistency in directionality of the coefficients across content areas. With the acquisition of 2013 PASS data next year, analyses are expected to be more accurate and informative. BSCS Evaluation Report (ER ) October, 2013

11 BREAKTIMEBREAKTIME

12 Collaboration, Convenience, and Quality of Online and Digital Learning Educating the Next Generation Workforce

13 A New Workforce Development Paradigm

14 Digital Learning Improved Education, Capacity & Access through E-Learning Virtual Open Educational Resources make education freely available to all learners. A systems-wide approach addresses equity gaps for students who are: Located in rural areas From low-income families English learners Have learning or physical disabilities Virtual Classrooms Virtual Reality & 3D Simulations E-Learning Curriculum & Components

15 AMPA Curriculum Open Text Mini-presentation Assessment Guide Module Outline

16 Virtual Reality

17 Educate Workforce

18 iBook

19 Student Centered Activities = Instant Feedback

20 Multiple Assessment Types

21 Critical Thinking Integration

22 Brief Video Lectures

23 Virtual Reality Integration

24 Glossary & Summary

25 Questions & Comments Rebecca Hartley Director of Pathways Kris Frady Director of Operations

26 COLLABORATECOLLABORATE REGIONAL STEM COLLABORATIVES

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28 Launching in early 2014!

29 2014SUMMIT2014SUMMIT NEW FROM The 2014 SC STEM Summit will be held in Spartanburg at the Chapman Cultural Center We'll focus on STEM and the arts. Date TBD. We'll be at Columbia College in 2015 where we'll focus on STEM and diversity with emphasis on women in STEM.

30 2014SUMMIT2014SUMMIT Other???

31 SCCMS Tour


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