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1 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Intel ® Education Programs 2013 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Phoenix, Arizona Action Plan – India 1

2 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Intel ® Education Programs 2 Objectives 1.Up scaling of the National Fair 2.Improvement in STEM Teaching practices 3.Leveraging ICT 4.Opportunities for IRIS/ISEF finalists

3 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Intel ® Education Programs 3 Action Plan ObjectiveStrategySuccess Measure Responsib ility Due Date Upscale National Fair Associate finalists of all existing Science Fairs to IRIS Participation of finalist of all fairs (CBSE, NCERT, NCSC, JC Bose Talent Search exam, etc) with IRIS Dr. B P Singh Dr. D K Pandey Dr. Sadhana Parashar Ashutosh Shweta Dec 2013 Upgrade Teaching skills 1.Exposure to best STEM teaching practices. 2.Training in Innovative Pedagogy 3.Creation of group of Model Schools strong in Innovative STEM Teaching F2F Online Introduction of appropriate programs # of Groups # of Schools Dr B P Singh Dr. Sadhana Parashar Dr. Indu Khetarpal Dr. Sadhana Parashar Ashutosh Chadha Sept Sept 2013 Aug to Dec 2014

4 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Intel ® Education Programs 4 Action Plan (contd) ObjectiveStrategySuccess Measure Responsib ility Due Date ICT Integration Create online Resources for STEM # of teachers accessing online resources Dr Sadhana Parashar Nov 2013 Opportunities for finalists 1.International Laboratory exposure 2.Fellowships 3.Facilitation for higher Education 4.Integration of Research and Innovation into CBSE Curriculum # of Labs visited in ISEF # of Fellowships awarded # academic institutions roped in Curriculum implemented Dr B P Singh Dr Sadhana Parashar May 2014 Mar 2014 Jul 2014 Sept. 2013

5 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Details 5

6 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Intel ® Education Programs This is your working document What do you want to accomplish- An alignment of science fairs across the country to get the best talent to represent Team India at Intel® ISEF Train teachers on enquiry based learning (Intel® Educate Future Scientist) with a focus on research and innovation in science at school level Ensure Capacity building and scaffolding of teachers to ensure EBL is carried into the teaching learning in classroom Pave the way for curriculum and assessment adjustments, ICT integration, policy reforms, professional development and research and evaluation to bring about education transformation in STEM in synch with school reforms in school Who is going to do what-1. DST – Identification of opportunities to tie up with more state science fairs, Look at international opportunities for IRIS participants, Create an Innovation fellowship to get IRIS applicants get access to premium research labs CBSE – to look to integration of Inquiry based teaching and learning leading to maximum out reach and student participation in research based science fairs students. Integrate IRIS with CBSE National Fair – same scientif Review Committee, build resources into CPD of teachers  Nodal Schools - best use of inquiry based learning club houses to be formed in order to have an ever growing knowledge and best practice sharing hub When is it going to get done Next 6 months What resources did you see this week that you’d like to adapt for use Intel Teach, LPD of teachers Online Lab concept What resources do you need for your plan Trainers to build CPD of school heads and teachers ICT experts to help d evelop online portal 6

7 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Intel ® Education Programs 7 Tell us what helped you most, what is missing, and what needs improvement Practical sessions on resources, missing interaction with students As you work, post your Action Plan on the Ed Academy Community so that others may observe your work (www.inteledacademy.org)www.inteledacademy.org Post your final presentation to the Community or on a USB Memory Stick Please Title and name the file, identifying your location India Education Direction  A report out of accomplishments is due Nov. 15 Work with your Intel Education Manager to submit Note: sample completed Action Plans from 2012 are on the Intel website :

8 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Intel ® Education Programs High Level Goals What do you want to accomplish for your school, region or country? Look at long-term (3-5 years) and short-term goals (1-2 years) –Long term goals –Implement science inquiry in secondary schools – through CBSE making this a part of the regular curriculum to be converted into practical handbooks and guidelines –Institutionalize management of science fairs and science programs for primary and secondary schools – Look to alignment with existing fairs through DST and CBSE for participation of winners in IRIS and then ISEF Science Exhibition at regional national levels –Increase the number of students participating in science fairs by XX% within X years Increase the number of students being impacted and influenced into participation by 70% within the next 2 years –Short term goals –Establish a bank of mentors to assist students- –have a ready reference for group of mentors and research facilities for all states in INDIA 8

9 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Intel ® Education Programs 9 Objectives How will you know you succeeded? Please list the results you want to see Examples –Student participation in affiliated increases 70% over a three-year period –Volunteers/mentors increases 50% during the school year –Systemic curriculum changes underway;50% teachers trained in Project Based Learning (or Inquiry research) or new curriculum adopted in collaboration with CBSE and DST Teacher Development programs –Ministry of Education / DST commits ??XX money for science fair –School Science Fair started- DST to list affiliation and opportunities plus funding raise they can commit

10 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Intel ® Education Programs 10 Reflection As a result of your participation in the 2013 Educator Academy, please reflect on your experience Highlight what your team felt was the key learning from the Educator Academy What impressed you the most? TBD based on individual inputs of participants Which Shop Talks were the most beneficial for your team? TBD based on individual inputs of participants What would you improve? Science fair participation, implementation of inquiry based teaching and learning in the classrooms What types of Shop Talks were missing? TBD based on individual inputs of participants

11 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Thank you for participating in the 2013 Intel ISEF Educator Academy 11

12 Copyright © 2013 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved. Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others. Copyright © 2012 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved. Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.


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