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1 Foundation Roundtable Meeting Feedback Craig Hudson, Garmin AT

2 Jon Yoder, Salem-Keizer SD Professional Learning Community Team Update

3 Survey Feedback Sue Theissen, Mad Science

4 Partner Survey Results

5 Potential Presentation Topics  89.5 %STEM Providers regarding resources available  78.9 %Effective STEM practices- School Districts  68.4 %Industry Partners regarding resources available  68.4 % Funding opportunities  42.1 %Grant Writing Workshops  42.1 %Panel Discussion with focused topic  26.3 % Facilitator led Workshops

6 Feedback Summary #1 -It is time to roll up our sleeves and form workgroups that can take action and pursue the work we have identified #1 -It is time to roll up our sleeves and form workgroups that can take action and pursue the work we have identified #2 The quarterly meeting is not the right place for this kind of work #3 We have willing resources in the partnership ready to do this kind of work to move us forward

7 Summer Work Groups Professional Development Plan STEM NETwork/CIS Dual Credit Grant Writing

8 Breakout Sessions 1.Identify Work Group Objective: Example: Workgroup: Professional Development Objective: Connect teachers and administrators across districts in order to: Effectively and efficiently Share STEM Curriculum Share best practices Share teacher development opportunities

9 Breakout Sessions In support of the objective, list goals for the school year: 2. In support of the objective, list goals for the school year:Example: 1. Identify Curriculum used per district by grade level 2. Create a database to collect and categorize the data 3. Make database available to teachers in participating districts

10 Breakout Sessions Milestones required to achieve the 1 year goals: 3. Milestones required to achieve the 1 year goals:Example: July 2013: Convene first workgroup meetingJan 2014: Complete communication piece to introduce and give instruction to teachers on how to access, use and submit updates to the database August 2013: Begin collection of curriculum lists per district & the format for submitting curriculum lists Feb 2014: Curriculum database complete and available to participating districts Sept 2013: Define Database structure and storage site Mar 2104: Celebrate completion and introduction of STEM Curriculum database October 2013: Have 25% of curricula submitted and entered into database April 2014: Design survey to collect input from users for potential improvements Nov 2013: Have 50% of curricula submitted and entered into database Dec 2013: Have 75% of curricula submitted and entered into database

11 Breakout Sessions List detailed tasks required to meet millstones: 4. List detailed tasks required to meet millstones:Example: TASKDue Date Person Responsible Identify participants for kick off meeting7/1/13Prof. Plum Schedule date, time, facilitator and place for initial meeting 7/1/13Ms. Scarlett invitation to participants7/5/13Prof. Plum Hold first meeting : Establish ground rules and communication protocol, Assign action list identifying lead person for data collection per district, identify database requirements & lead person to drive the investigation, Assign task of designing the collection tool 7/15Col. Mustard Distribute collection tool to workgroup for input8/1Mrs. Peacock

12 Enjoy the Summer! Next Meetings: Monday, Sept 23 rd Monday, Dec 16 th No-host Happy Hour McMenamin’s, Wilsonville (next to Fred Meyer) 5:00 – 6:30


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