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Nd stem forum v master slideset final

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These slides were presented at the 5th annual Collaboration for STEM Education, Research and Commercialization Forum, Winter 2012, at the University of Notre Dame

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Nd stem forum v master slideset final

  1. 1. Welcome to the Collaborating for Education and Research Forum VI
  2. 2. Welcome Superintendent Ritz http://www.ritz4ed.com
  3. 3. On the Road to High Quality Instruction Creating a Culture of Support for Teachers
  4. 4. International Comparisons TIMSS Video Study 1. A Focus on Core Content 2. A Small Core of Teaching Practices
  5. 5. Kane and Staiger (2012)
  6. 6. Core Teaching Practice Examples ● Engaging Students in Investigations ● Facilitating Classroom Discourse ● Eliciting, Assessing, & Using Student Thinking about Science ● Providing Feedback to Students ● Constructing and Interpreting Models ● Connecting Science to its Applications ● Linking Science Concepts to Phenomena ● Focusing on Core Science Ideas, Crosscutting Concepts and Practices ● Building Classroom Community
  7. 7. Academic Community Engagement Alisa Zornig, Center for Social Concerns ● Notre Dame Center for Social Concerns, College of Engineering, and College of Science ● Connect Notre Dame faculty and students with Community Partners ● Societal Outcome Goals ● Community Engagement Activities ● Documenting and Tracking Impact ● Inventory of Notre Dame STEM community engagement
  8. 8. Academic Community Engagement ● Notre Dame Center for Social Concerns, College of Engineering, and College of Science ● Connect Notre Dame faculty and students with Community Partners ● Societal Outcome Goals ● Community Engagement Activities ● Documenting and Tracking Impact ● Inventory of Notre Dame STEM community engagement
  9. 9. Academic Community Engagement ● Organize and support S&E regular events ● Northern Indiana Regional Science and Engineering Fair ● Expanding Your Horizons ● Be an Engineer Day ● Administrative point of contact ● Mathematics RET ● energyRET
  10. 10. Research Experience for Teachers Center for Sustainable Energy at Notre Dame Phil Cook Senior Science Instructor
  11. 11. Why Research Matters “...experience in the practice of science improves the quality and authenticity of science teaching and thereby increases student interest and achievement in science.” (Silverstein et. al, 2009)
  12. 12. Why Research Matters Common Teacher Experiences: 1. Treated as professionals II. Challenged to think creatively. III. Engaged in authentic contemporary science problem solving.
  13. 13. Why Research Matters Experiences in Research Lead to: I. Sharpened analytic and lab experiment management skills. II. Better communication of science concepts and practices.
  14. 14. RET at Notre Dame
  15. 15. Benefits ● Current research immersion ● Collegial atmosphere ● Free Professional Development ● Stipend & Continuing Education Credit
  16. 16. Specific Research Offerings ● CO2 separation and utilization ● Artificial photosynthesis/solar to fuels ● Safer nuclear waste disposal ● Biofuel production ● Biological fuel cell technologies ● Reduction of energy use in manufacturing processes ● Improved power grid technologies
  17. 17. Focus of RET at ND ●Experiencing research within a lab setting ●Collaborating with ND faculty and other RET participants ●Developing relevant and effective curricular materials based upon summer experience.
  18. 18. Case Study
  19. 19. Reflect
  20. 20. Refine
  21. 21. Results Tex t
  22. 22. NISMEC-ISTEM Professor Gordon Berry Department of Physics University of Notre Dame
  23. 23. NISMEC The Northern Indiana Science, Mathematics and Engineering Collaborative (our 8th year) Funding support: IN-DOE - Math Science Partnership ICHE – Improving Teacher Quality Siemens Foundation – SOW, Teacher Fellowships University of Notre Dame The American Physical Society Gordon Berry, Joe Bellina, Karen Morris Website: www.nd.edu/~nismec/nismec11.htm Email: hgberry@nd.edu Collaborating for Research and Education Forum VI 23 Feb 2013
  24. 24. Summer 2013 workshop schedule Workshop Participants Dates Week-1 begin Modeling ICP and Bio teachers 10-14 June – A Week-2 ICP modeling ICP teachers 17-21 June – B Week-3 Bio modeling Bio teachers 24-28 June – C 2. Hammond/East Chicago/Gary modeling workshops 1. Notre Dame modeling workshops Workshop Participants Dates HS - ICP Modeling ICP teachers 15-26 July – H2 HS - Biology modeling Biology teachers 8-12 July – H1 Applications: Fill in form (at NISMEC lunch-table) Or NISMEC website nd.edu/~nismec/nismec11.htm Professional Development Program in Modeling in Indiana in Physics, Chemistry and Biology
  25. 25. What do we mean by “Models”? Concept Or idea Picture *Modeling in physics & Chemistry as developed at Arizona State University The American Modeling Association – AMTA http://modelinginstruction.org/ MULTIPLE!
  26. 26. Why Models? ● Models are basic units of knowledge ● In all Science Research: ● A few basic models are used again and again with only minor modifications. ● Models help students connect ● Macroscopic observations ● Sub-microscopic representations ● Symbolic representations The students become SCIENTISTS – learning by DOING
  27. 27. 1. Asking questions & defining problems 2. Developing & using models 3. Planning & carrying out investigations 4. Analyzing & interpreting data 5. Using mathematics and computational thinking 6. Constructing explanations & designing solutions 7. Engaging in argument from evidence 8. Obtaining, evaluating, & communicating information The NGSS’s Framework of Scientific and Engineering Practices
  28. 28. Let’s Do! Let’s Measure! Let’s Communicate! Tell your neighbor about one measurement you have made today… (2 minutes!) Was it Quantitative? Did you LEARN? Did you enjoy DOING it? Does this happen in your classroom?
  29. 29. BIOLOGY: Themes and story development See NISMEC website for teachers’ guides to the 9 UNITS: nd.edu/~nismec/nismec11.htm
  30. 30. Other NISMEC Summer 2013 Workshops Middle-school teachers At Notre Dame: Serenevy, Kurowski, others Science and Math 5/6th grades 17-28 June – 2 weeks At IUSB (and at sites): Terri Hebert Environmental Explorations 4/8th grades15 – 19 July – 1 week Middle school students At Notre Dame: Sensing Our World – Loughran and others (each 1 week) SOW: Measuring the Cosmos - here and everywhere 8-12 & 15-19 July At SBCSC – Three one-week science & math workshops One each in June, July, August – dates/places to be determined Applications, more information at the NISMEC website….
  31. 31. Inquiring minds want to know different answers to the same question: In Science, in Literature, and in Life The Essential ABCs Always Be Conversing Always Be Connecting Always Build Competence
  32. 32. Learning Quality Intellectual Work Play ResearchINQUIRY Every child is a scientist at play: Wondering and problem-solving about how the world works. Every scientist/teacher was (is?) a child at play.
  33. 33. Student Summer Experiences Through Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics (JINA) & QuarkNet Dr. Micha Kilburn Department of Physics University of Notre Dame
  34. 34. Art 2 Science Camp in Jordan ● Ages 8-18 ● July 15-19, 2013 ● tinyurl.com/Art2Science ● High School students can apply to be Junior Counselors ● We utilize a multidisciplinary approach to learning by integrating reading, writing, and a variety of art forms with math and the physical sciences. Participants will learn about math, physics, astronomy, and chemistry by creating works of art and hands-on projects. ●Co-sponsor summer camp with St. Patrick's Park for rising 4th & 5th graders
  35. 35. Sensing Our Cosmos* in Jordan A Notre Dame-Siemens Foundation Program ● Middle School Scientists ● July 8-12 OR July 15-19 ● http://stc.michianastem.org/ ● Program Director: Tom Loughran ● We shall be highlighting measurements and new technology in Notre Dame research programs that are exploring both the distant stars and closer to home on our own planet.
  36. 36. Math, Science & Technology @ MSU ● Grades 7-9 (min age 12) ● July 14 - July 27 ● Residential ● tinyurl.com/MSTatMS U ● Students choose from a variety of courses, including nuclear astrophysics taught by JINA scientists ● JINA offers scholarships*
  37. 37. QuarkNet Summer Research ● High School Juniors ● 8-week research experience ● Summer Research is the cornerstone of the Notre Dame QuarkNet program. This past summer, 15 teachers, 18 students, and 5 mentors worked on 7 different projects, including investigations into new scintillators, presentation of particle physics in the Notre Dame Digital Visual Theater (DVT), investigations using the CMS e-Lab, Project Gamma Ray Astrophysics at Notre Dame, and cosmic ray studies.
  38. 38. Physics of Atomic Nuclei (PAN) ● High School Students ● @ND ● June 24-28 ● @MSU ● July 29-Aug 2 (teachers) ● Aug 5-9 ● http://tinyurl.com/PAN2013 ● Nuclear Astrophysics “boot camp” ● Residential & FREE
  39. 39. Bowman Creek Ben Brubacker, Riley HS
  40. 40. Bowman Creek Restoration Project Collaborative project between Riley High School, Notre Dame and South Bend Public Works
  41. 41. Bowman Creek runs through the south side of South Bend and crosses under the Riley High School’s campus. Overview of Project ● Residents currently treat the creek as a trash dump. ● The creek often runs dry in the summer months. ● Large portions of creek in underground tubes. ● Bowman Creek is the most polluted tributary of the St Joseph river.
  42. 42. Summer EngRET 2009
  43. 43. ● Gary Gilot - President, Board of Public Works - South Bend ● Jay Brockman - Associate Dean of Engineering - Notre Dame ● Ben Brubaker – Engineering Teacher - Riley High School ● Matt Modlin – Engineering Teacher - Riley High School ● Arezoo Ardekani - Assistant Professor - ND- Aerospace and Mechanical Engr. ● Lucien Steil - Visiting Professor - Notre Dame - School of Architecture ● Kaitlin Maggoire - Undergraduate Assistant - ND - Mechanical Engineering ● Patrick Henthorn - Engineer - South Bend - Public Works ● Jack Dillon - Engineering - South Bend - Public Works ● Connie Mick - Notre Dame - Center for Social Concerns Current Partnership Team
  44. 44. ● Increase Community Awareness and Appreciation. ● Control Pollution, Flooding, and Fish Populations. ● Develop new uses for areas around creek. ● Provide engineering experiences for Riley students. ● Provide outreach experiences for ND students. ● Assist South Bend City in remediating problems with Bowman Creek and Combined Sewer Overflow. Collaboration Goals
  45. 45. Student Learning Experiences Riley High School student collecting water samples Riley students measuring the creek’s elevation Riley students have also ● Toured Engineering facilities at Notre Dame ● Worked alongside ND Graduate students ● Used MatLab for data collection and analysis ● Were featured in ASEE video with ND professors ● Participated in surveying creek community
  46. 46. Future of the Project ● Increase community engagement ● Design parks and bridges as part of Civil Engineering course at Riley ● Encourage more students to pursue degrees in science and engineering ● Continued collaboration between Riley, Notre Dame, and City of South Bend
  47. 47. http://www3.nd.edu/~bowman/index.html
  48. 48. NURTURING THE STEM PIPELINE JACQUELYN RUCKER ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR COMMUNITY RELATIONS UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME Innovative-Thinkers Camp Pilot Project—
  49. 49. The Business Case The Innovative-Thinkers Camp pilot program was designed to cultivate a culture of innovative thinking and creative problem solving among middle school students that they will need to be successful in their academic pursuits and professional careers in our local economy.
  50. 50. Strategy The goal was to immerse 20 local middle school students in the curriculum and to demonstrate the outcomes and any successes to local community groups with a subsequent goal of recruiting five organizations to replicate the program the following year so that 100 additional children will be immersed in the curriculum.
  51. 51. Program Structure Year one: Students will focus on learning about entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship, and the skills necessary for individual success
  52. 52. Program Structure Year two: Students will focus on project-based learning and will develop the competencies needed to be an effective member of a team.
  53. 53. Program Structure Year three: Students will polish the skills that they acquired in the previous two summers with a capstone project that incorporates STEM disciplines and sustainability.
  54. 54. Camp Overview
  55. 55. Camp Overview
  56. 56. Guest Speakers The first two days the guest speakers were teen entrepreneurs that encouraged the participants to pursue their passion. Nick Ortega
  57. 57. Impact Local business leaders have expressed excitement in the program and have offered to assist with future camps.
  58. 58. ND Campus Reaction We have received calls, comments, and emails from campus faculty members who want to participate with the Innovative-Thinkers Camp. College of Engineering College of Business College of Science ESTEEM Alumni
  59. 59. Media Coverage ● ABC57 ● Experience Michiana ● South Bend Tribune ● WSBT
  60. 60. Social Media ● Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/innovativethinkcamp ● Follow us on Twitter: @InC_ND ● Visit our blog: http://blogs.nd.edu/innovative-thinke rscamp/
  61. 61. Financials
  62. 62. In-Kind and Cash Contributions ● MSPS* (Lunches for 2 days) ● Vicky Hernandez* (Snacks) ● Hesburgh Libraries** (Journals, pens, and sketch pads) ● La Casa Di Amistad*** (1/3 of Pfeil Center Fees) ● Lenovo++ (10 Laptop Computers valued at approx. $560 each, $5,600) ● Intel++ (10 Laptop Computers valued at approx. $560 each, $5,600) ● Lincoln ($5,000 cash from fundraiser)
  63. 63. Building a Continuum ● Quarterly Events & Programs ● Lexus Dealership Program & tour ● Holiday Party-Lamp Project ● Farmer’s Market Tour ● Science Extravaganza ● 100 Black Men Gala
  64. 64. Summer 2013 ● Flexibility ● Full and abridged camp models ● Curricula tailored for each organization’s resources and needs ● College students as camp facilitators ● Community ● Combined purchasing power ● Shared speaker list ● Online camper interaction ● Camp convention
  65. 65. Discussion ● Questions & Answers ● Next Steps
  66. 66. Bringing Business and Community Together Andrew Wiand, Michiana Venture Fellow →Client Lead, South Bend Community School Corporation →Project Lead, Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center/Memorial Hospital
  67. 67. Congratulations Dale Wiand!
  68. 68. Congratulations Dale Wiand!
  69. 69. Congratulations
  70. 70. Bringing Business and Community Together Andrew Wiand, Michiana Venture Fellow →Client Lead, South Bend Community School Corporation →Project Lead, Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center/Memorial Hospital
  71. 71. Partners Support Community Synergy Backgrounds GPAs Recruitment Commercialization Add Jobs Stimulates Local Economy Clients Board of Directors & Mentors $$$ Projects High Quality Talent Entrepreneurs SMART PEOPLE. BOLD IDEAS. GREATER GOOD. Hours Worked Goals Met Cost Savings Revenues Collaboration Job Placement Economic Base
  72. 72. VenturesConsulting Community Smart People
  73. 73. Education as a source of community vitality… Communication s Information Technology: Connected LearningTransportation Collaboratio n
  74. 74. Community Involvement Collaboration Inspiring New IdeasAssisting the Homeless Injecting Time and Energy
  75. 75. STEM for the Future 2012: Seven ND fellows choose to stay in South Bend 7 → 4→ 2 2013: Recruiting now!!
  76. 76. Michiana Science & Technology Center, Inc. Incorporated July 6, 2012
  77. 77. Overview ● MSTCi vision ● Where we’ve been ● Where we’re going ● Breakout session
  78. 78. MSTCi Vision ● To create a Michiana region engaged in the discovery and application of science and technology through connections with educational, business, and community organizations.
  79. 79. Where We've Been ● Feb. 2012 Forum discussion ● April 2012 Astrofest at Union Station ● July 6 2012 Incorporate
  80. 80. Where We've Been ● Nov 10-11 How Does It Work? Expo at Union Station
  81. 81. Where We've Been ● January 4, 2013 Bylaws adopted and officers elected ● January 24, 2013 Stakeholder meeting: 85 in attendance ● February 9, 2013 Strategic planning meeting
  82. 82. Where We’re Going ● March 2013 Complete Strategic Action Plan Complete 501(c)(3) application ● April 28 Power and Energy Expo
  83. 83. Where We’re Going ● Summer 2013 Establish base camp for programming (location) ● Fall 2013 Expo #3 Possible themes: Biological Sciences (including Bio Tech), Astronomy and Comet Ison, Mini-Maker Faires ● Summer 2014 Open MSTCi Center
  84. 84. New Engineer It! Exhibit Imagination Station Toledo
  85. 85. Science on a Sphere Science Central Fort Wayne
  86. 86. College Mall Science Math Architecture and Design Engineering Technology Entrance Educational Institutions Educational Institutions Pre K-12 College level Workforce Development MSTCi System
  87. 87. NEEDS ASSESSMENT EDUCATION COMMITTEE
  88. 88. Meet us for a follow up Breakout Session at Lunch ● Education committee ● April 28th Power and Energy Expo
  89. 89. Questions?
  90. 90. Lunch (almost) and Collaboration Bazaar ● See back of agenda for list of exhibitors ● Breakout MSTCi session back here, 12:15 ● Particle Physics DVT presentation 12:20 ● Box lunches throughout (but not in DVT) ● Forms you have but we need: ● Time allotted to complete evals from 1:50 to 2:00 ● Request-for-more-information form detachable ● Please return both to the registration table

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