STEM Leadership

Presented by:
Mark Oursland
Rachel George
Brent Hancock
Emilie Hancock
Allyson Rogan-Klyve

A description of key findings from surveying and interviewing STEM education stakeholders in Washington State in order to describe the key skills, concepts, and performances a STEM Leadership graduate program for grades 5-12 should develop. The results of this survey were used by Central Washington University to design a graduate program for STEM teachers. In conclusion a literature-based, survey-informed framework for positioning CWU’s program as a STEM network hub for advancing STEM education in the state will be explained which highlights the graduate program in STEM leadership which was launched in response to this STEM initiative.

NSF Awards: 1950332

Presented in: 2021 (see original presentation & discussion)

Related Leadership Program
Noyce Master Fellows
Noyce Research
Grade Level
Higher Ed
PD Models
Broadening Participation
Workforce Development
Published Date
May 2021
Published In
2021 STEM for All Video Showcase
Subject Area