Getting Started

IDENTIFY STAKEHOLDERS

Participants typically would include School or District Level Administration contact, Curriculum Coordinator or Director, CTE Director, Lead Instructors and Career Counselor if applicable.

MEETING REQUEST

Request a meeting with a member of The STEM Academy Academic Leadership Team.

REQUEST CURRICULUM EVALUATION ACCESS

High School (9-12)
Foundations of Technology
Introduction to Engineering
3D Solid Modeling
Design for Manufacturing
Principles of Engineering
Architecture featuring Green Methods
Engineering Technology
General Fabrication Methods
Sustainable Methods
Material Science
Foundations in Biotechnology
Engineering Projects in Community Service

Middle School (6-8)
Discovering STEM (6)
Designing with STEM (7)
Investigating STEM Skills (8)

NETWORK WITH NATIONAL STEM 101 LEARNING COMMUNITY

Request to visit or connect with a current STEM 101 school site administrator or instructor. Benefit from existing curriculum evaluative data analysis.

CALENDAR STEM INSTRUCTOR ORIENTATION TRAINING

The curriculum implementation process will formally begin with the scheduling of STEM 101 Orientation Training (4 Day).

STEM SUSTAINABILITY PLAN

Following orientation training it will be time to implement the school site STEM sustainability plan. This plan will kick off with the STEM banner raising event as part of Engineering Projects in Community Services to announce the school's commitment to STEM education to local political, education, industry leaders; parents and community. The STEM Advisory Committee will be established or enhanced through the outlined process. School counselors are orientated relative to career pathways, recommended course sequencing and complimentary STEM courses. The marketing resources provided by The STEM Academy for student and parent engagement are deployed and generate a heightened awareness of the STEM possibilities. As school begins within 2-3 weeks captured student outcomes are available for evaluation and the continuous improvement process (based upon researchable, actionable data). School sites have the option of generating comparative data with nationally identified best practices school sites. Key Philosophy: curriculum practices that are unable to generate research based actionable data are not worthy of implementation.

QUESTIONS

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T: 888.STEM101