STEM Leadership Alliance Summit

Orlando, Florida Jul 7 5:00 pm to Jul 11, 2019 1:00 pm - Pacific Time (US & Canada)

Price: more than $250


What is Integrated STEM?

“Integrated STEM” is a descriptor of the collective work of NSTA, NCTM, ISTE, ITEES and ASEE using the principles articulated in STEM4: The power of collaboration for change (Advance CTE, ASSM, CSSS, and ITEEA, 2018) to define integrated STEM.

Principle 1: Integrated STEM education should advance the learning of each individual STEM discipline

Principle 2: Integrated STEM education should provide logical and authentic connections between and across the individual STEM disciplines

Principle 3: Integrated STEM education should serve as a bridge to STEM careers

July 8, 2019 Day One DRAFT):

Integrated STEM in Action- activity

Chris Heath Author Power of Moments, Decisive, Made to Switch and Stick

Understanding Leadership (GRIT) Laurie Hazard

Breakouts (~8) repeated twice

  • Ideas:
    • Leadership Programs- taking the best of each Associations leadership program to support in the development of integrated STEM leaders
    • Creating a STEM Ecosystem
    • Building the Capacity of a STEM Ecosystem
    • Fastworks
    • Connecting formal learning to informal learning
    • Successful girls in STEM

Role alike time

  • Teachers
  • Principals
  • Central Office/Superintendents
  • State Leaders
  • Colleges and Universities
  • Businesses
  • Non-Profits (out of school providers)
  • Museums
  • Girls Engagement

July 9, Day Two:

Integrated STEM in Action -Activity

Understanding the Changing Education Ecosystem Paul Reville

Houston Space Center President William T. Harris

Integrated STEM activity led by the STEM Associations NSTA, NCTM, ITSE, ITEEA, ASEE

STEM Associations discuss effective approaches to integrated STEM

Breakouts (~8) repeated twice

  • Ideas:
    • Importance of Numeracy and Literacy in integrated STEM
    • Engineering Design technology
    • Computer Science
    • Teams would share a problem around integrated STEM and the STEM Associations would provide feedback (e.g. a district struggling with adding technology and engineering)
    • Girls in STEM

Role-Alike

  • Teachers
  • Principals
  • Central Office/Superintendents
  • State Leaders
  • Colleges and Universities
  • Businesses
  • Non-Profits (out of school providers)
  • Museums
  • Girls Engagement

Day Three:

Real- World Application

Integrated STEM in Action-Activity

Bringing the Learning Together Stephen Pruitt

Breakouts (~8)

  • Ideas:
    • Career Technical Education- Diman, E, Syracuse
    • How to bring real-world application to a STEM Ecosystem
    • Teams would share a real-world project and the STEM Associations would provide feedback and suggestions about resources available

Evening Event

Day Four: (1/2 day)

The Power of Change- Chris Heath

Systems Change NASA, Business, - looking at the change process

Planning time for teams

STEM Leadership Alliance Summit

Portofino Bay Hotel
5601 Universal Boulevard
Orlando, Florida

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