The 2014 Maine STEM Summit
the 2014 Maine STEM Summit on March 28 brought together STEM professionals, educators, administrators, policymakers, and others committed to improving Maine’s STEM landscape for a day focused on the theme, “STEM Is Everywhere and Everyday.” Slides of some presentations are available below.
“The Changing National Landscape of STEM Education: Connecting the Dots Across the Educational Ecosystem,” by Jay Labov, Senior Advisor for Education and Communications, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences.
“Moving Forward with Proficiency Based Education,” by David Parker, Alison Kearney, Adam Reid, and Danielle Miniutti, Nobel High School.
“Creating STEM Proficiency Progressions at Bangor High School,” by Jennifer Page and Cary James, Bangor High School.
“Maine STEM Council,” by Jerry Pieh, Chair; Mark Kostin, Vice Chair; and Tom Keller, Executive Director, Maine STEM Council.