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The 9 Defining Features

The 9 Defining FeaturesOf integrative STEM 2013 ITEEA-STEM Center for Teaching and Learning11The 9 Defying Features?Of integrative STEM 2013 ITEEA-STEM Center for Teaching and Learning22 2013 ITEEA-STEM Center for Teaching and Learning3Each Feature has Defining Elements

Core SubjectsLife and Career SkillsCore SubjectsIT Skills 2013 ITEEA-STEM Center for Teaching and Learning4Integrates ALL Four STEM Content Areas ++Curriculum is based on:Standards for Technological Literacy, The Common Core, Mathematics and Science standards (including English-Language Arts). The program is integrated and applies the connections between technology, engineering and other fields of study. Content is delivered through action-based activities that involve the use of technology tools to design and develop solutions to authentic tasks (problem/project-based learning).The Grand Challenges for Engineering, the work of Hacker/Devries or Custer/Daugherty are used as the context by which content is delivered.

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WHAT IS ENGINEERING byDESIGN?EbD is a standards based model program based on a number of standards:Standards for Technological Literacy (ITEEA)Benchmarks for Science Literacy (AAAS)Principles and Standards for Mathematics (NCTM)STEM Knowledge & Skill statements (NASDCTE)Implementation of EbD is based on the following standards:Advancing Excellence in Technological Literacy

International Technology Education AssocSlide #612/01/2009STEMCenter for Teaching & Learning Engineering byDesignS.T.L. Standards and BenchmarksK-23-5ETI&ITSFoTTSocTDesADAATAEngDScienceMath5Understanding the effects of technology on the environment1418181419141619131311ASome materials can be reused and/or recycled.4BWaste must be appropriately recycled or disposed of to prevent unnecessary harm to the environment.4FDecisions to develop and use technologies often put environmental and economic concerns in direct competition with one another.432GHumans can devise technologies to conserve water, soil, and energy through such techniques as reusing, reducing and recycling.43223HWhen new technologies are developed to reduce the use of resources, considerations of trade-offs are important.34234IWith the aid of technology, various aspects of the environment can be monitored to provide information for decision-making.429/S21/L33/JLDecisions regarding the implementation of technologies involve the weighing of trade-offs between predicted positive and negative effects on the environment.44439/S21/L33/J, 62/HResponsibility Matrix It all begins HERE!

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RESPONSIBILITY MATRIXThe diagram shown in this slide is an example of the RESPONSIBILITY MATRIC used to create EbD materials. Using a pointer, show the STANDARD (#5) in reverse print.Using a pointer, show how different colors identify different grade bands K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 these are benchmarks.Content has been bundled into groups (columns) and rated by numbers:A 4 indicates that the benchmark is introduced, taught in depth and assessed.A 3 indicates that the benchmark is taught, not in complete depth as 4 (builds on prior knowledge), and is assessedA 2 indicates that the concept is used during the course to build on prior knowledge and to build on future lessons to achieve understanding of the benchmarkA 1 indicates that the concept is used, may not be assessedA 0 indicates that the concept is not introduced at allThe click of the mouse removes grade-band from the top to show course acronymsThe red circles show the STL benchmark, but also in the far right column show the standard & benchmark from the AAAS and NCTM standards.Authors use this matrix to develop units (STANDARDS BASED) rather than pairing activities to the standards (STANDARDS-REFLECTIVE) International Technology Education AssocSlide #712/01/2009STEMCenter for Teaching & Learning Engineering byDesign

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ALIGNMENT TO COMMON CORE STANDARDS International Technology Education AssocSlide #812/01/2009STEMCenter for Teaching & Learning Engineering byDesignPutting the Grand Challenges for Engineering in an EbD Context

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RESPONSIBILITY MATRIXThe diagram shown in this slide is an example of the RESPONSIBILITY MATRIC used to create EbD materials. Using a pointer, show the STANDARD (#5) in reverse print.Using a pointer, show how different colors identify different grade bands K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 these are benchmarks.Content has been bundled into groups (columns) and rated by numbers:A 4 indicates that the benchmark is introduced, taught in depth and assessed.A 3 indicates that the benchmark is taught, not in complete depth as 4 (builds on prior knowledge), and is assessedA 2 indicates that the concept is used during the course to build on prior knowledge and to build on future lessons to achieve understanding of the benchmarkA 1 indicates that the concept is used, may not be assessedA 0 indicates that the concept is not introduced at allThe click of the mouse removes grade-band from the top to show course acronymsThe red circles show the STL benchmark, but also in the far right column show the standard & benchmark from the AAAS and NCTM standards.Authors use this matrix to develop units (STANDARDS BASED) rather than pairing activities to the standards (STANDARDS-REFLECTIVE) International Technology Education AssocSlide #912/01/2009STEMCenter for Teaching & Learning Engineering byDesign

Alignment with

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International Technology Education Association10K-12 Standards-BasedIntegrative-STEM Model The CORE

Endorsed by

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International Technology Education Association11Preparing for the NAEP 2014Technology & Engineering Literacy AssessmentNational Assessment of Educational Progress

Grades 4, 8 and 12 Random Assessments 2011 International Technology and Engineering Educators Association, STEMCenter for Teaching and Learning

2012 International Technology and Engineering Educators Association, STEMCenter for Teaching and Learning

PREPARING FOR THE NAEP 2014 AssessmentUsing a standards-based model of curriculum, professional development and assessment, students that participate in the EbD Network will be prepared for the NAEP 2014 Assessment. The NAEP 2014 will assess technology and engineering literacy in Grades 4, 8 and 12. Schools will be identified at random, as will students in those schools. Therefore all students need to be prepared to understand:

POINTS TO MAKE:Students that take EbD are likely to increase their awareness of the framework that is provided for the NAEP assessment.

International Technology Education AssocSlide #1212/01/2009STEMCenter for Teaching & Learning Engineering byDesignFoundations of TechnologyTechnological Innovations & InventionsHistory of TechnologySystemsDesignThe Designed WorldIntegrated Transportation Systems

Technological DesignSystems & OptimizationTechnology/Society & EthicsConcurrent EngineeringModeling & Problem-solvingDesignTechnology and SocietySkills for Analyzing Technology & Science IssuesThe Human Technical ParadoxChange by DesignContemporary Issues in Science & TechnologyTransportation & Space: Reuse and Recycle

Grade 9High School Core ProgramGrades 10-12 2012 International Technology and Engineering Educators Association, STEMCenter for Teaching and Learning

HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM This slide shows the 3 high school technology education courses and their units of instruction International Technology Education AssocSlide #1312/01/2009STEMCenter for Teaching & Learning Engineering byDesignAdvanced Design ApplicationsManufacturingConstructionPower & EnergyTransportation

Engineering DesignPrinciples of DesignEngineering ResourcesEngineering Design ProcessProject ManagementProject Management NASA StyleAdvanced Technological ApplicationsInformation & CommunicationAgricultural & Related BiotechnologiesEntertainment & RecreationMedical Technologies

Grades 10-12High School Advanced Technology & Engineering ProgramGrades 10-12CapstoneGrade 12 2012 International Technology and Engineering Educators Association, STEMCenter for Teaching and Learning

International Technology Education AssocSlide #14HIGH SCHOOL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION PROGRAM This slide shows the 3 high school advanced technology education courses and their units of instruction

NOTE: ATA & ADA were designed to clearly articulate skills to 2 year community colleges as part of the NSF Funded Project called ProBase. ProBase is short for Problem Based Learning.

NOTE: Engineering Design is a high level capstone course developed by an AP Science, AP Math and Technology supervisor in conjunction with an engineering advisory committee committed to the development of STEM workforce. The curriculum builds on all the courses in the sequence.12/01/2009STEMCenter for Teaching & Learning Engineering byDesignCommunity InvolvementParents, teachers, employers, school-based staff and school administrators are involved in the evaluation of data to improve programs. A

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