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Wednesday, November 14 • 10:55am - 11:45am
A Vision for Implementation: Current Initiatives for Supporting Pre-K-12 STEM Education in Massachusetts

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The 2016 MA Science and Technology/Engineering Curriculum Framework, 2017 MA Mathematics Curriculum Framework, and 2017 Digital Literacy and Computer Science Curriculum Framework, establish a vision for all students. That, all students, regardless of their future education plan and career path, must have an engaging, relevant, rigorous, and coherent pre-K–12 STEM education to be prepared for citizenship, continuing education, and careers. As the STEM Office within the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE), we are committed to providing support and guidance to districts and schools that support how they can best engage and support their students in STEM as they progress through the “Pipeline.”

Pre-K–12 educators, coaches, and administrators are invited to learn more about the resources and strategies available, and examples of efforts already undertaken by some districts around providing high quality, rigorous, standards-aligned math, science, and STEM education for their students. During this session, we will highlight the following initiatives:

  • Math and Science & Technology/Engineering (STE) Ambassadors Program
  • Statewide Networks for Instructional Support
  • High Quality Instructional Materials
  • Content Specific Feedback
  • Administrator Guidebooks

Speakers
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Anne DeMallie

Computer Science and STEM Integration Specialist, MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
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Erin Hashimoto-Martell

Director of STEM, MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
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Nicole Scola

Science and Technology/Engineering Content Support Lead, MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
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Leah Tuckman

Mathematics Content Support Lead, MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education


Wednesday November 14, 2018 10:55am - 11:45am
Meeting Room E

Attendees (19)