STEM Pipeline Institute

 


Facilitation and Resources for Content / Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) 

Morgan State University Training Collaboration with NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

STEM Professional Development Platform
Pre K3 – Grade 8 Educators

Next Workshop: January 29,2019

Deadline for Registration: January 17, 2019

 
 

Professional Development Workshop series launched in 2012 with the support of Lockheed Martin, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, (NASA), District of Columbia DDOT, Morgan State University,(MSU), Howard University,(HU), U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), U.S. Navy, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and SA-TECH Managed by Partners Achieving Success, CDC.
Contact Email: renataroy@pascdc.com Contact Phone: (202) 297-9881 


This professional development experience has been created to develop a holistic STEM teaching approach. We provide training with hands on experiences, engagement, outreach and strategic partnerships with resources and access to teaming and learning environments locally, across the state and internationally.

Professional Development Includes:

  • Subject Matter Experts Provide STEM Integrated Content, Activities for Participants Learning Experiences to Take Back to the Classroom.
  • Gain Knowledge and Access to Resources to Support Your Programs
  • Hands-On Learning
  • Teacher / Faculty Collaborative Team Activities
  • Research and Robotic Applications
  • Evidence Based Presentations
  • Evaluations 
  • Professional Development Certificate (signed by NASA and Morgan State University)

Professional Development Workshop Platforms

Registration:   http://bit.ly/stemprofessionalworkshops 

Option 1 Workshop: One Day Workshop (Location: NASA Resource Education Center, Greenbelt, MD)  

  [6 Contact Hours]

  • Subject Matter Experts Provide STEM Integrated Content, Activities for Participants Learning Experiences to Take Back to the Classroom
  • Gain Knowledge and Access to Resources to Support Your Programs
  • Hands-On Learning
  • Teacher / Faculty Collaborative Team Activities
  • Professional  Development Certificate (signed by NASA and Morgan State University)

Option 2 Workshop: Two Days Training (Locations: Day at NASA Resource Education Center / 1 Day at MSU, Center for Excellence in Math and Science Education

[30 Contact Hours)

  • Subject Matter Experts Provide STEM Integrated Content, Activities for Participants Learning Experiences to Take Back to the Classroom
  • Gain Knowledge and Access to Resources to Support Your Programs
  • Hands-On Learning
  • Teacher / Faculty Collaborative Team Activities
  • Research and Robotic Applications
  • Evidence  Based Presentations
  • Evaluation 
  • Professional Development Certificate (signed by NASA and Morgan State University)

Training Groups

Cohort A:  Early Childhood / After School Programs (ECASP)  

Registration: Designed for Pre K3-5   http://bit.ly/stemprofessionalworkshops 

Learning Centers, Academic and Enrichment Centers and Children/Youth Development Centers serving ages 3 years to grade 8 and centers with after school programs for students up to grade 5. Engage teaching staff in professional development to become effective in the use of STEM Content and Activities training for students.  Provide knowledge of resources and creative strategies to position teaching staff to build student interest to explore and engage. Centers will have professionally trained faculty to implement and manage STEM teaching and learning.

Option 1 Workshops TBA

Option 2 Workshops TBA


Cohort B:  Charter, Christian, Private and Public Schools

Registration: http://bit.Ly/stemprofessionalworkshops

Option 1 – One Day: TBA

Option 2 - Two Days: January 29, 2019 and February 18, 2019

Designed to equip grades 1-8 teachers and educators with teaching strategies to apply and integrate STEM content across various subjects and real-world problem-solving applications. Teachers will be able to apply information gain to the education and or your curriculum framework. Teaching staff will be able assist students to improve skills, knowledge and applications in the STEM disciplines.  The workshop participants will increase their comfort level, accuracy and effectiveness in the instruction delivery of STEM content and student applications to improve student results in STEM learning experiences. Schools will have professionally trained faculty to implement and manage STEM teaching and learning.


Professional Development-A Necessary Value for Institutions!

Is Your Center or School Truly Marketable for STEM curriculum?

Upon the Completion of STEM Pipeline Workshops, Teachers will be able to:

  • Help students connect the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and increase creative thinking to apply to real-world situations, problem solving and develop applications. STEM Pipeline professional development will empower educators to manage classroom STEM learning outcomes      efficiently and effectively.
  • Enhance students’ confidence to give the students the intuition to investigate and develop personal experiences in exploration that will have an impact on student learning outcomes connected to success and be prepared for next learning steps in STEM.  
  • Receive a professional development certificate that is an asset to your STEM program.

After STEM Pipeline Learning Institutions will have:

  • Heighten their marketable STEM program to attract new students and retain current students for ongoing development. Classrooms equipped with trained STEM  educators / faculty will enable all students to have meaningful and valuable learning experiences and measurable outcomes. 

Other STEM Engagement Opportunities: 

  • STEM Master T Shirts - A series of motivation t-shirts promoting the mastery of STEM Education through the integration of creativity and exploration. View Selection http://bit.Ly/stemshirtorder
  • Teacher and STEM Educators – Earth Science Micro-Credential Certification - Professional      Development Hours w/ certificate signed by four universities (Collaboration of Morgan State, Coppin State, Bowie State and University of Maryland Eastern Shore).
  • Youth and Teacher STEM Peer International Pen-pals (culture exchange through STEM activities with schools in the Bahamas.) In-Classroom Webinars – STEM Content and Activities (Morgan State University Center for Excellence in Math and Science Education, in partnership with NASA) 
  • Teacher / Faculty In-School Professional Development Days; Host STEM Training with Resources (content, subject matter experts and resources)

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Stem Pipeline Institute

9244 E Hampton Dr, #601, Capital Heights, MD 20743, US

(202) 297-9881

Hours

Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 4:30pm

Saturday - Sunday: Closed