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Summary of STEM REPORT: by Carnevale et al

Regional Network MeetingMay 30, 2013 Burlingame


2011 CSLNet Student STEM ShowcaseWe Envision a Time When:All students in California will graduate with the STEM knowledge and skills required for success in education, work, and their daily lives.CSLNet Vision2

CSLNets Mission is to: Prepare California students to be the nations most STEM-capable graduates by coordinating and activating a multi-sector statewide network representing all STEM stakeholders.CSLNet Mission3

Our Theory of Change

CSLNet Goals 2012- 2013Teacher Pathways

Supporting and Growing our Regional Networks

Power of Discovery STEM2:

OST Initiative

5Our Policy & Advocacy Priorities 2012-2013

Policy Priority 1: Adopt and Implement Next Generation Science Standards and Implement Common Core State Standards

Policy Priority 2: Reform Teacher Preparation

Policy Priority 3: Revise Accountability Systems

Policy Priority 4: Advocate for Strengthened Public-Private Partnerships and Alignment of Resources

Policy Priority 5: Ensure All California Students Have Access to High-Quality STEM in Out-Of-School Time

Norms for Regional Network MeetingsWe agree toHonor the time frameTurn cell phones to off or silentRefrain from texting/emailing until breaksListen activelyBring our best thinking to the workKeep sidebar conversations to a minimumDevelop relationships with our colleagues

Networking Across Regions

Regional Dialogue DebriefDocumenting the work of the Regional Networks

Regional Networks

NGSS Adoption StrategyBusiness BreakfastsNGSS Policy BriefCommon Core Implementation as a model and proposed funding

Strategic Plan UpdateGolden Gate STEM CollaborativeWelcome Steve Schneider, WestEd

STEM Teacher PathwaysSTEM Can Lead the WayA report commissioned by CSLNetAuthor: Tory Read

Release: US News Solutions SummitJune 18th in Texas

* Executive Summary (embargoed until release)STEM Teacher PathwaysWelcome Joan Bissell Director, Teacher Education and Public School l School Programs

jbissell@calstate.eduSTEM Teacher PathwaysTeacher Preparation Advisory Panel(TAP) Report and RecommendationsOpportunity to respond to two surveys:Teacher PreparationAdministrator Preparation

STEM Teacher PathwaysProviding Input on New CTC Program StandardsLink to Teacher Preparation Recommendations to TAP Report and

STEM Teacher PathwaysProviding Input on New CTC Program StandardsLink to Administrator Preparation Standard surveysPreliminary Credential Standards:

STEM Teacher PathwaysReed-Honda Educator Preparation Reform ActConnections with STEM Can Lead the Way:Advances teacher preparation partnershipsProvides support for well-supervised clinical practiceTightens up accreditation standards and renewalGives entities flexibility while requiring data that demonstrate they are improving student learning

STEM Teacher PathwaysCSU Programs to Watch (STEM Can Lead the Way) Cal Poly SLO: Teacher in Residence/Clinical Faculty MemberEast Bay, Long Beach, Sacramento (Chico and SDSU): Rigorous Foundational Level General Science, Math Preparation CSU Fullerton: Retraining faculty to integrate technology into higher education and teacher preparation CSU Long Beach and LBUSD: Retraining laid-off teachers and redesigning induction with a STEM focus CSU Long Beach and LBUSD: Grow your own pipeline that now includes elementary STEM Rich Clinical Demonstration Sites

STEM Teacher PathwaysCSUs New Science Reform for Future K-6 TeachersSignificantly strengthen K-6 science teacher preparationEquip future K-6 teachers as leaders in NGSS implementationIntegrate mathematics, technology, and engineering applicationsAddress crosscutting concepts in science content and pedagogyIncrease teacher confidence and excitement about science

STEM Teacher PathwaysNew Undergraduate Models Preparing K-6 Teachers CSU Bakersfield: Integrated upper division NGSS capstone CSU Chico: Innovative labs addressing crosscutting concepts CSU Fresno: Undergraduate multidisciplinary STEM concentration CSU Fullerton: Lab-based courses integrating engineering, science CSU Sacramento: Weaving of CCSS-M into science courses San Diego State: NGSS update of Physics and Everyday Thinking Cal Poly SLO: Advancing scientific and engineering practices

CSU and The Power of Discovery: STEM2 Partnerships in which CSU future teacher undergraduates:Perform course practicum assignments at sitesFulfill credential field experience requirementsWork with programs as they participate in service learningAre paid assistants in Math and Science Teacher Initiative (MSTI)MSTI Directors for contacts with each

STEM Teacher Pathways100Kin10 and CSLNetWebinars on exemplary STEM teacher preparation, support, and retention ApproachesEvents and resources identified in Newsletters California Partners include CSU, CSLNet, Citizen Schools, EnCorps, High Tech High, IISME, NTC, LAUSD, SF Teacher Residency, STEP, Torrance USD, UCsCSLNet can submit Meetn Greet, Joint Planning Grants for collaboration with 100Kin10

STEM Teacher PathwaysProject UpdatesPower of Discovery: STEM2i3- Early MathematicsEngineering- NGSSSTEM Summit 2013Review of the day

Save the Date!Next Face to Face Regional Network meeting:

August 22, 2013Location: TBD