STEM Innovation Hub Pilot

STEM Innovation Hub Pilot

The Orange County STEM Initiative and the Orange County Department of Education in partnership with The PEAR Institute: Partnerships in Education and Resilience at Harvard University are piloting a set of data collection tools that measure STEM learning in Orange County K-12 classrooms. Our efforts are part of a national pilot in different cities across the US.

The Orange County pilot group is comprised of recently certified Dimensions of Success Observers from schools, districts and expanded learning programs. They are helping gather evidence of STEM learning among students using surveys and program quality observations during the 2016-2017 school year.

To learn more about the STEM Innovation Hub Pilot, please contact Maxine Villanueva.

Pilot Participants

For Pilot Participants who missed the March 7, 2017 webinar, please ensure you view the webinar prior to arranging your observations, as it provides an overview to the pilot.

After viewing the webinar, please email Drs. Patty Allen and/or Ashima Shah with any questions or comments you may have.

Orange County/Harvard STEM Innovation Hub Evaluation Overview and Survey Training
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Approximately 60 minutes

Materials
Presentation Slides (PDF)

Presenters:
Dr. Patty Allen, Research Manager, The PEAR Institute
Dr. Ashima Shah, Manager of STEM Program Quality, Research, & Training, The PEAR Institute

Technical Requirements:
A computer with an internet browser and speakers are required to view the webinar recording.
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Pilot Participants