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Have an outstanding practice, model or program that you want to share with your peers?
Present at the upcoming Fall 2018 National Community of Practice Convening at an E2E Session
All Submissions due by 11:59pm ET on Saturday, September 1, 2018
Session Selection Notification by Monday, September 17, 2018
The bi-annual STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice (SLECoP) Convenings are events for the SLECoP community to network, share best practices, and brainstorm solutions to common challenges. E2E (Ecosystem to Ecosystem) sessions are your opportunity to bring forward topics of interest and share your expertise. Surveys from past SLECoP convenings indicate that attendees prefer sessions that:
- Focus on strategies for overcoming challenges – failures often offer valuable insights!
- Showcase different models to approach one area of work (e.g., overviews of effective evaluation tools or approaches to shared measurement, etc.)
- Focus on techniques to cultivate effective partnerships (e.g., engaging industry, fundraising models for sustainability, or facilitating partner collaborations, etc.)
- Highlight strategies to grow and sustain STEM Learning Ecosystems (e.g., managing steering committees; effective organizational features; writing collaborative grants, etc.)
- Review successful programs that are able to be replicated in other regions
We are seeking submissions from ALL communities including those who have not previously presented at a Community of Practice Convening and/or have novel, engaging practices with the potential to significantly impact each other’s work.
Submit your session proposal today!
Submit Your E2E Proposal How to Get Started with your esports Club and more!
Facilitated by the North America Scholastic Esports Federation
Hear from past club members and their general managers as we walk you through the nuts and bolts of starting an esports club at your high school or community-based organization.
PARTNERS MATTER: Why business and industry need to join ecosystem work; Strategies for deeper engagement
Facilitated by the following ecosystems:
Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance, Xan Black & Dr. Brett Campbell, Tulsa Chamber of Commerce
Atlanta STEAM Learning Ecosystem, Errika Moore & LexisNexis Partners
Tuesday, September 4, 2018
10:00am PT | 11:00am MT | 12:00pm CT | 1:00pm ET
CS for Eco – Guest Speaker: Colleen Lewis, Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Facilitated by the CS for Eco Practice Group
This webinar will: (1) update STEM Ecosystem knowledge and understanding of the current CS landscape and key stakeholders; (2) establish a process of strategic planning within and across STEM Ecosystems; (3) increase understanding of best practices and resources for K-12 CS implementation; (4) and share STEM Ecosystems CS initiatives to build community and accelerate efforts.
Monday, September 10, 2018
9:00am PDT | 10:00pm MDT | 11:00am CDT | 12:00pm EDT
Approximately 60 minutes
Register for the webinar.
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