STEM LEARNING ECOSYSTEMS
COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE PRESENTS
Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Partnership in Western New York (ISEP) in Buffalo, NY Engages Immigrant Community Families with Fun in Physics
ISEP runs a program of after school physics activities on Friday afternoons as part of a SUNY Buffalo State College sponsored after school care and enrichment program. Each semester, about three hundr …Learn More
The Iowa STEM Teacher Externship program began in 2009 and to date has facilitated nearly 700 Externships throughout the State of Iowa. This 6-week summer program places teachers in STEM related busin …Learn More
The Iowa Governor’s STEM Advisory Council launched 80 STEM BEST® (Business Engaging Students and Teachers) Programs across the state since 2014, each building community collaborations involving school …Learn More
Learn the story of the Shaka gesture, make aloha products, have a market day and become part of a movie on the Shaka. PBL, design-thinking, indigenous people, entrepreneurship & innovation curricu …Learn More
Creating a statewide STEM Ecosystem seems like a big job… and it is! Because of a growing need for long-term sustainability and in response to COVID-19, in 2020 Pennsylvania’s 8 formal Ecosystems (and …Learn More
How is your Ecosystem building and sustaining relationships with business and industry? Are your relationships thriving?Are you struggling? Download the PDF Strong partnerships are the key to building …Learn More
Xan Black of the Tulsa Regional Alliance, gives her best advice on building genuine partnerships and reaching your goals. Grab a cup of coffee and learn with Xan. Read More See more at the Tulsa Regio …Learn More
Overview – This course offers the plan for how the NeoSTEM Ecosystem developed, designed, launched and iterated Wir’ED, a program that pays students for using their online skills to improve the digita …Learn More
THERE IS SPACE FOR EVERYONE
It’s been a while since we all met in person. But, that doesn’t mean our work has stopped. In fact, so many of us have pivoted and learned new ways of building partnerships and serving our communities. This is why we created e-space. A virtual way to share what you’ve learned and things you’ve tried.
WHAT WOULD YOU SHARE OVER COFFEE? MAKING PEER SHARING EASY
Many leaders have shared the desire to dig deeper into learning shared from the Ecosystem to Ecosystem – or E2E – workshops at the SLECoP convenings.
This is our chance to do that!
By sharing what you are learning, in a concise, virtual manner, we can encourage other leaders to watch and implement within their own communities.
Then, we can re-convene and discuss, in smaller virtual groups, our learning from the implementation of new ideas.
We hope to have many courses submitted by mid-June. We can take the summer to learn at our own pace and dive deeper.
HELPFUL GUIDELINES FOR SHARING
Learning Objectives & Outcomes
What should leaders expect to learn
A brief introduction that will help your peers understand what you will
be sharing. Invite them in!
Audio / Video
Describe what you’ve learned, share your story, failures and any helpful tips. (recommended 20 min. max)
This can be decks, templates, questions to consider, etc. to help leaders implement new ideas within their communities.
How can peers stay in touch or ask questions?
Tip: Don’t overthink this.
something valuable to share. Use your existing work. Contact us if you need help –
Email us at email@example.com