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Focus on: Development of school-based intellectual leaders and master teachers Teachers of the secondary science disciplines and on elementary specialists for science, although innovative proposals for all STEM domains are welcome

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fy 06 institute partnerships
Focus on:

Development of school-based intellectual leaders and master teachers

Teachers of the secondary science disciplines and on elementary specialists for science, although innovative proposals for all STEM domains are welcome

Participants will be experienced teachers who wish to deepen content knowledge and build leadership skills

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Institutes will be multi-year programs of coherent study within particular discipline

K-12 core partners are:

Districts from which participants are selected, and

Required to grant sufficient non-classroom time for participants to carry out responsibilities

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FY’06 Institute Partnerships

CORE partnersshare responsibility for accountability and must provide evidence of their commitment to undergo the coordinated institutional changes necessary to sustain the partnership effort

CORE partnersmust include:

At least one higher education institution –

mathematicians, scientists and engineers of

these institutions must participate

significantly

At least one K-12 school district

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CORE partnersmay include other stakeholders who are also expected to participate in the coordinated institutional changes

SUPPORTING partnersinclude entities that are important contributors but are not required to commit to institutional change

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  • The PI of each Institute Partnership must be a mathematics, science or engineering faculty member in a higher education core partner.
  • One or more co-Principal Investigators must be representative(s) from the K-12 core partner organization(s).
institutes at a glance
Institutes at a Glance
  • To date, overall more focus on mathematics than the sciences
  • Greater focus on secondary grade levels but interesting examples for elementary specialists also
  • Substantive, in-depth experiences that deepen subject matter knowledge in mathematics or the sciences, PLUS leadership development
institutes at a glance cont
Institutes at a Glance (cont.)
  • Mixed venues for delivery: on-campus courses, distance learning and other innovative modes
  • Added credential (e.g., master’s degree, advanced certificate) or licensure that increases credibility of Institute graduates
  • New leadership responsibilities for graduates, with clear statements of responsibilities from schools/districts and concrete support from administrators
overarching principles that provide guidance throughout
Overarching Principles that Provide Guidance Throughout
  • NSF Merit Review Criteria: Intellectual Merit & Broader Impacts
  • “Depth and quality of creative, strategic actions that extend beyond commonplace approaches”
  • Emphasis on evidence-based design and outcomes throughout
  • Commitment to high quality scholarship in all aspects of proposed work
evidence based design and outcomes
Evidence-Based Design and Outcomes
  • Understanding the research literature on science and mathematics education pertinent to partnerships’ data-based needs and goals
  • Incorporating the research literature into projects in a manner informed by baseline data and developing benchmarks that build from that data
  • Investigating the factors that contribute to projects’ outcomes to learn more about what works, where it works, and why it works