Region One STEM Services align and support the core goals of the Effective Schools Framework (EFS). Under the effective instructional lever at the core of the EFS framework, STEM services are designed to support effective classroom routines & instructional strategies modelled in all STEM related staff development and support services. These strategies include 1) aggressive student monitoring and formative assesssment 2) student-to-student discussions 3) strategic prompts and questioning 4) flexibible classroom procedures and roles, and 5) innovative routines such as blended learning, design thinking, and fluid learning environments. These strategies are encompassed within a project-based approach to deliver high-quality, rigorous, learning experiences that promote 21st century skills development in all students.
4th Annual Student by Student Technology & Leadership Conference
(Conference Highlights Coming)
Thank you for your participation!
Statewide Listening Tour for Work-Based Learning and STEM
Thursday, February 28, 2019Access meeting resources here: https://tea.texas.gov/ListenTourWBLandSTEM/TEA is excited to announce that the College and Career and Military Preparation (CCMP) Division is conducting a statewide listening tour to inform the development of a new state plan required for the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (Perkins V), and the development of statewide frameworks for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education and Work-Based Learning (WBL). Starting in December 2018 and continuing through May 2019, the team hopes to gather information and feedback from stakeholders across the state on the major components of Perkins V, as well as current challenges and areas of success around implementing and expanding high-quality STEM and Work-Based Learning to all students in Texas.
4th Annual South Texas STEM Summit
THANK YOU! - WS 88772Thank you for attending this event that brought together 300+ members of the grown STEM community in the Rio Grande Valley. Below are resource links to the conference sessions, exhibitor contacts, and conference materials. We welcome your feedback as you submit your evaluations to WS88772. Feel free to contact any of our staff for additional information.
Event Highlights: 280+ Attendees, 16 Exhibitors, 30+ sessions
STEM - Hand of the King Pendant: (3D Print File)
Conference Materials: https://2019southtexasstemsummit.sched.com
SAVE THE DATE FOR 2020: APRIL 20-21, 2020
Upcoming Events & Workshops
2019 - 2020 Offerings Coming SoonWS-TBA (Registration Opens: October 2019)5th Annual South Texas STEM Summit#STEMSummit2020February 20-21, 2020Isla Grand Beach ResortSouth Padre Island, TXWS 110240Early Childhood STEAM Academy: Engineering DesignApril 17-18, 2019Region One ESCWS 110238Early Childhood STEAM Academy: Computational Thinking & CodingApril 24-25, 2019Region One ESCUsing Technology to Make a Difference Conference#UTechMDC18November 8, 2018Region One ESC
13th Annual Texas STEM Conference (Home Page)January 9-11, 2019San Antonio, TX - Grand HyattSpring 2019 STEM Leadership Network MeetingJanuary 17, 2019 - 8:30 AM - 11:30 AMRegion One ESC - T-STEM CenterTEA STEM Listening Tour - Region One February 27-28, 2019WS - TBASpring 2019 EducateTX Fall T-STEM ConveningFebruary 12-13, 2019Region One ESC - TBAWS 88772 (Registration OPEN)4th Annual South Texas STEM Summit#STEMSummit19February 21-22, 2019Isla Grand Beach ResortSouth Padre Island, TXStudent by Student Technology and Leadership Conference#SbySTech19April 5, 2019Region One ESC - T-STEM Center
STEM Center of South TexasRegion One ESC1900 W. SchuniorEdinburg, Texas 78541(956) 984-6239Miguel ChucaLearning Resources Integration DirectorPhone: (956) 984-6197Email: email@example.comGustavo PerezSTEM SpecialistPhone: (956) 984-6042Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgSylvia EscobarLRI/STEM SpecialistPhone: (956) 984-6047Email: email@example.comSara CamachoProgram AssistantPhone: (956) 984-6152Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NCWIT's Guide to Inclusive Computer Science Education: How educators can encourage and engage all students in computer science.
This guide provides educators with context and concrete steps to build and expand inclusivity in CS education. By actively engaging students in CS, educators can build an even stronger pipeline of creativity and innovation to tackle the world's challenges and help ensure students have the skills needed to thrive today and tomorrow.
Three STEM Ideas to Grow On
Looking for ways to grow your STEM-focused lab or classroom? Check out this blog entry featuring three STEM ideas and inspiration sources.
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Attention Parents/ Students/ Stake holders;
The Department of Engineering at Texas Southern University
in collaboration with the Army funded UNITE program, will host the Annual Pre-College Engineering Summer Program. The program encourages and prepares students to pursue a college education in engineering and related fields, as part of a national initiative to develop a talented and trained STEM workforce. Application is FREE. Application forms are available online at http://engineering.tsu.edu
Application Deadline: May 31, 2019PROGRAM DATES: June 24, 2019—July 19, 2019
TIME: 9:00AM– 2:00PM
STIPEND: $400.00 (Full Attendance Required)
LOCATION: TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUS
Application Link: https://goo.gl/forms/A0P52x7ACaIqtmZP2Nuestra Iniciativa - Summer 2018 IssueNASA and You (NASA y Tú)Bilingual website designed to inspire Latino students to pursue careers in STEM.