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Board Meeting January 29, 2013. Welcome Board & Friends!. Our Agenda. 11:30 - 12:15 Lunch & Networking 12:15 to 12:25 Welcome and Introductions: 12:25 to 12:40 Board Business 12:40 to 1:00 SC Science Standards - Dr. John Holton, SC SDE

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board meeting january 29 2013
Board Meeting January 29, 2013

Welcome

Board & Friends!

our agenda
Our Agenda

11:30 - 12:15 Lunch & Networking

12:15 to 12:25 Welcome and Introductions:

12:25 to 12:40 Board Business

12:40 to 1:00 SC Science Standards - Dr. John Holton, SC SDE

1:10 to 1:20 iSTEM - Dr. Nan Dempsey, S2TEM Centers SC

1:20 to 1:30 Stretch & Networking

1:30 to 1:40 Science South - Stephen Welch

1:40 to 1:50 Science Plus - Mija Hood

1:50 to 2:00 CA2VES - Melissa Zelaya

2:00 to 2:10 ten80 Education - Beverly Simmons

2:10 to 2:30 Wrap Up, Q&A, and spare time if we are running behind.

2:30 to 3:00-ish A tour of SIMT

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INFORM

SC SUMMITS ON STEM EDUCATION

SUPPORT

STANDARDS IMPLEMENTATION

INNOVATE

BIOBRIDGE, iSTEM, 3SP, iCOACH

RESEARCH

IQ-MS DISCIPLINARY LITERACY

Economic and workforce development through K-12 STEM Education

Region ___

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SCCMS FOUNDING PARTNERS

FUNDING PARTNERS

CURRENT PROGRAM PARTNERS

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South Carolina’s Statewide STEM Infrastructure - A Brief History

  • 13 Regional Mathematics & Science Hubs
  • Scope of Work: 1993-98 Individual Leadership development. 1998-2003 School Leadership Team development and SC LASER (science & math kits). As determined by National Science Foundation.
  • Oversight – SC Department of Education and local Advisory Boards.

The Hubs

1993 - 2003

  • 8 Regional Mathematics & Science Centers
  • Scope of Work: 2003-09: Instructional Coaching and standards implementation as determined by SCDE.
  • Oversight - SC Department of Education.
  • SCCMS is formed.

Mathematics & Science

Regional Centers

2003 - 2009

  • 8 Regional S2MART Centers
  • Scope of Work: 2009-11 Instructional Coaching including literacy and multiple projects serving Title 1 and Technical Assistance schools as determined by SCDE.
  • Oversight - SC Department of Education & SCCMS

2009 - 2011

  • S2TEM Centers SC
  • Scope of Work: Standards implementation, STEM school support, SC STEM plan, IQ-MS research and other efforts as identified by fee for service clients and grant funders.
  • Oversight –SCEducation Oversight Committee & SCCMS

Present

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Board Action

  • Board Openings:
  • Open - SC Business/Industry
  • Open – DuPont
  • Ex Officio – CU CWD

iCan

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Start of 2012/12 - $117,485

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Revenue to date: $2,768,143

Revenue pending: $181,709

Expended to date: $1,260,336

Encumbered: $2,423,632

(includes most expenditures)

Financial Report

Year end estimate - $500,000

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State Assistance Watch!

SCDE Recommends X

The EOC Recommends X

The Governor Recommends X

House Ways & Means ?

Senate Finance ?

Everybody is happy!

sc standards for natural sciences engineering

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http://ed.sc.gov/agency/se/Teacher-Effectiveness/Standards-and-Curriculum/ScienceStandardsRevisionInformationPage.cfm

SC Standards for Natural Sciences & Engineering

Dr. John Holton

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iSTEM

Innovation Pilot

  • 7 School Districts
  • 9 Leadership Teams:
  • 2 District Teams
  • 4 Elementary Teams
  • 2 Middle School Teams
  • 1 High School Team
  • Engineers from:
  • Fluor
  • Lockheed Martin
  • S2TEM Centers SC Staff
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iSTEM Goals

  • Leadership Teams will:
  • Learn about STEM partnership opportunities, offerings, and instructional materials.
  • Engage in industry-based engineering experiences, develop instructional plans, and implement instructional materials with an engineering focus.
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iSTEM Outcomes

  • Educators with increased awareness of inclusive engineering
  • Focused STEM education strategies and resources
  •  Educators implementing inclusive, engineering-focused STEM education strategies
  •  Students with greater awareness of and confidence in engineering content and related skills
ca 2 ves center for aviation and automotive technical education using virtual e schools

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SC A2 Virtual School

Increase access, support recruitment, and improve learning

CA2VESCenter for Aviation and Automotive Technical Education using Virtual E-Schools

Sustainable workforce impact

Broadly Disseminate

http://www.clemson.edu/centers-institutes/cucwd/centers/caaves/index.html

Melissa Zelaya

zelaya@clemson.edu

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http://www.studentracingchallenge.com/Ten80/About.aspx

Beverly Simmons

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Next Steps for STEM Schools

September 30 to October 2, 2013

Embassy Suites Charleston Area Convention Center – N. Charleston, SC

Registration opens February 15th:

http://www.nextstepsinscience.org

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SIMT Tour

http://www.simt.com/