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Welcome to the New York State
STEM Education Collaborative

Established January 2009

April 16, 2014

New York State is a member of the STEMx coalition

Summer 2014
NYS STEM Education Collaborative Institute

will be held at
Alfred State SUNY College of Technology
July 13th - 15th
STEM: The Future is Now!
Improving Student Achievement through Integration and Innovation

Summer Institute Registration
is now open

Online interactive form is available for the following:

CALL for VENDORS
ALL VENDOR REQUESTS ARE DUE BY MIDNIGHT ON MAY 31, 2014.

Past Summer Institutes of the NYS STEM Ed Collaborative

 

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NYS STEM Ed Collaborative
working definition of "STEM Education"

STEM Education refers to utilizing the NYS MST Standards in the teaching and learning of the Science, Technology Education, Engineering and Math (STEM) disciplines, in an innovative, integrated, collaborative, and applied fashion to a level of challenge sufficient for college and/or career readiness.

(Developed in part from the National STEM Initiative)

 

Our Partners

ASEE
American Society of Engineering
Education


Empire State STEM Learning Network

NYSCATE
NYS
Association for Computers and Technologies in Education

NYSUT
New York State United Teachers

Oswego
SUNY Oswego


NY Institute of Technology
School of Education
School of Engineering and Computer Sciences

Technology Alliance of
C
entral New York

EndeavorNASA Endeavor Science Teaching Certificate Project

In The News...

  • Report: STEM Job Market Much Larger Than Previously Reported (2014Feb05)
  • Pharmaceutical industry issues call to action on STEM
  • Kavli "Science in Fiction" Video Contest: CALL FOR ENTRIES!
    The USA Science & Engineering Festival, in association with the Kavli Foundation, has launched the Science in Fiction video contest.
    • Using scenes from popular science fiction movies and TV shows, and video games, Gr. 6-12 students will create :30-:90 videos that investigate how science fictional scenes could be realized using current and developing technologies. The video contest culminates in a popular awards show, hosted by Bill Nye, as part of the Festival, which returns to Washington, D.C. on April 26-27, 2014. The contest officially opens for entries on Nov. 1, 2013 and closes Mar. 21, 2014. First prize is $2000 cash prize and a travel stipend to travel to Washington D.C. for the Expo. The second prize is $750 and the third prize is $500. The People's Choice Award prize is $250.

For more information please visit the contest website:
http://www.usasciencefestival.org/2014-festival/2014-contests/kavli-video-contest-2013-2014.html

Learn more about how teachers can use our video contest in the science classroom:
http://scienceblogs.com/usasciencefestival/2013/11/19/next-generation-learning-with-the-kavli-science-in-fiction-video-contest/

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