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Action Plan Template Intel ISEF 2010 Educator Academy May 2010. INDIA. High Level Goals. What do you want to accomplish for your country? Look at long-term (3-5 years) and short-term goals (1-2 years) Examples Long term goals Standardized IRIS workshop content for teachers and students

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Action plan template intel isef 2010 educator academy may 2010

Action Plan TemplateIntel ISEF 2010Educator AcademyMay 2010

INDIA


High level goals

High Level Goals

  • What do you want to accomplish for your country? Look at long-term (3-5 years) and short-term goals (1-2 years)

    • Examples

      • Long term goals

        • Standardized IRIS workshop content for teachers and students

        • Reach for industry support for summer placements / internships / assistance in IPR protocols

        • Ensure participation from all 35 states in India

      • Short term goals

        • Professional Development workshops for teachers to promote STEM outreach

        • Inspire students to take on research

        • Create a university/research institutes network to solicit local mentors


Objectives

Objectives

  • How will you know you succeeded? Please list the results you want to see

    • Orient a minimum of 1000 selected teachers to inspire students to take on research based activities

    • Student participation increases – representation from all state science fairs

    • Volunteers/mentors increases 100% during the 2010-2011 school year

    • Collaborate with Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research


Action plan steps to meet your goals and objectives

Action Plan – Steps to Meet Your Goals and Objectives


Intel isef educator academy

Intel ISEF Educator Academy

  • As a result of your participation in the 2010 Educator Academy, reflect on your experience

    • Highlight what your team felt was the key learning from the Educator Academy

      • What impressed you the most?

        • Opening ceremony

        • SRC Clarifications Session

      • Which Shop Talks were the most beneficial for your team?

        • Sri Lanka model for professional institute collaboration

        • Ireland for University collaboration (3rd level colleges)

        • Also BKMs from Costa Rica, Mexico, China

    • What types of Shop Talks were missing?

      • More details on project evaluation mechanisms at other national fairs

  • What would you improve?

    • SRC session had very low audience on account of parallel tracks

    • Showcasing exemplary projects by other countries

    • More attention on regional food habits


Action plan template intel isef 2010 educator academy may 2010

“It was a great opportunity to meet, reflect and plan for the way we need to take STEM forward in India. These interactions will not only help us improve our national fair but also help build a more innovative and stronger funnel in the coming years….Thank You”

  • Dr. DK Pandey, Senior Scientist, NCSTC, Department of Science and Technology, Government Of India

  • Dr H.C. Pradhan, Professor and Centre Director, Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India

  • Dr. Amal K. Paul,Professor, Department of Botany, University of Kolkata, India

  • Shweta Khurana, Intel India


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