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Nontraditional Career Preparation: Root Causes and Strategies Tools for Professional Development Thursday, June 4, 2009. Mimi Lufkin Chief Executive Officer National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity Education Foundation. Poll. How did you hear about this webinar?

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Nontraditional Career Preparation: Root Causes and StrategiesTools for Professional DevelopmentThursday, June 4, 2009

Mimi Lufkin

Chief Executive Officer

National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity Education Foundation

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Poll
  • How did you hear about this webinar?
    • Email from the STEM Equity Pipeline listserv
    • Email from another listserv (chat)
    • Email forwarded from a colleague
    • Presentation at a conference (chat)
    • Announcement in the Pipeline Press
    • Announcement in another newsletter (chat)
    • STEM Equity Pipeline website
    • Another website (chat)
    • Search engine result
stem equity pipeline
STEM Equity Pipeline
  • Project of the National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity Education Foundation
  • Funded by the National Science Foundation
  • Human Resources Directorate, Gender in Science and Engineering Program, Extension Services Grant
goals
Goals

Build the capacity of the formal education community to provide high quality professional development on gender equity in STEM education

Institutionalize the implemented strategies by connecting the outcomes to existing accountability systems

Broaden the commitment to gender equity in STEM education

stem equity pipeline project methods
STEM Equity Pipeline Project Methods
  • Professional Development
  • Teacher Training
  • Consulting and Technical Assistance
  • Virtual Web-based Professional Learning Community
  • Best Practices Handbook
how can you get involved
How can you get involved?
  • Participate on your State Team if from
    • CA, IA, IL, MN, MO, OK, WI
  • Participate in the virtual learning community by going to www.stemequitypipeline.org
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Poll

Who is participating in today’s webinar?

  • School/College Administrator
  • Teacher/Faculty Member
  • Counselor/Student Services Staff
  • State Agency Staff
  • STEM Organization Staff
  • Other
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Poll

What do you know about STEP 2 of the Five Step Program Improvement Process?

  • Nothing
  • I have read materials on the STEM Equity Pipeline Website
  • I participated in the live STEP 2 webinar on November 19, 2008
  • I viewed the archived STEP 2 webinar
  • I have attended a Five Step Program Improvement Process Training or Workshop
  • Other
review research summary
Review Research Summary
  • “Nontraditional Career Preparation: Root Causes and Strategies”
  • Authors: Lynn Reha, ICSPS; Mimi Lufkin, NAPE; Laurie Harrison, Foothill Associates
research literature review
Research Literature Review
  • “Nontraditional Career Preparation: Root Causes and Strategies”
  • Authors: Lynn Reha, ICSPS; Mimi Lufkin, NAPE; Laurie Harrison, Foothill Associates
part i introductory guide
Part I: Introductory Guide
  • Organized by categories based on areas of influence
  • Within each category-
    • Root cause
    • Theory
    • Strategies
root causes categories
Root Causes Categories
  • Education
  • Career Information
  • Family
  • Internal/Individual
  • Societal Issues
part ii
Part II
  • More comprehensive information
    • Root Cause
    • Theory
    • Evidence
    • Recommendations and Strategies
    • Effective Practices and Resources
education
Education
  • Academic Proficiency
  • Access to and Participation in Math, Science and Technology
  • Curriculum
  • Instructional Strategies
  • School/Classroom Climate
  • Support Services
career information
Career Information
  • Materials and Practices
    • Assessment
    • Interest Inventories
    • Marketing
    • Recruitment
  • Early Intervention
  • Characteristics of an Occupation
    • Job Satisfaction
    • Career-Family Balance
    • Occupational Perception
    • Wage Potential
family
Family
  • Family Characteristics

Internal/Individual

  • Self-Efficacy
  • Attribution
  • Stereotype Threat
societal issues
Societal Issues
  • Media (negative)
  • Media (positive)
  • Peers
  • Role Models/Mentoring
  • Collaboration
resources
Resources
  • Downloadable document and web-based exploratory tool available at

http://www.napequity.org/foundation/page.php?55

or at

www.napequity.org

- click on Resources

- click on Root Causes and Strategies under the Five Step Program Improvement Process

use as a professional development tool
Use as a Professional Development Tool
  • Introductory Table as a review
    • Break into groups around each category or root cause
    • Discuss a root cause they have witnessed
    • Identify strategies implemented by group members
    • Report out results
use as a professional development tool23
Use as a Professional Development Tool
  • Complete Document
    • Jigsaw each root cause
    • Have individuals present on what they learned from the reading or web-based exploration
  • Developing a Root Cause Theory Exercises (available at www.stemequitypipeline.org)
    • Group exercise
    • Individual exercise
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Poll

How do you see yourself using this tool?

  • For my own education
  • I will share immediately with my colleagues
  • I am going to use this in a professional development presentation
  • Other
thursday june 18 2009 2pm et 1pm mt 12 noon ct 11am pt
Thursday, June 18, 20092pm ET, 1pm MT, 12 noon CT, 11am PT

Girl Tech

Mentoring Girls for STEM Careers

Jessica Bullock

Girl Tech Site Coordinator

Francis Tuttle Technology Center

Oklahoma City, OK

For more information go to

www.stemequitypipeline.org

questions
Mimi Lufkin

Chief Executive Officer

National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity Education Foundation

www.stemequitypipeline.org

mimilufkin@napequity.org

Questions?