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v.usb Project Design Model – Generic Goal: Improved outcomes in STEM education for low income, at-risk children in the ABC School District Date: Month, Day, Year Inputs* Activities*, ** Outcomes** Staff (FTEs, credentials, etc.) Program descriptions, best practices, and evidence/research based curricula Training curricula for programs, operations, evaluation, etc. Operational descriptions, practices, handbooks, etc. Community resources, populations served, current information and referral lists, etc. Community-based organizations and partnerships, collaborations, volunteers, etc. Computers, technology, materials, supplies, other equipment, existing and needed Classroom, laboratory, program space Funding Implement program activities, best practices in science education for students Implement best practices for teacher professional development Implement training activities for programs, practices, and evaluation Track identification and use of community resources for potential shared services, etc. Implement technology including listservs, e- newsletter, social media, cloud computing, etc. With community and business stakeholders, plan integrated educational and training systems Cross site partner meetings for accountability, outcomes, learning, partnership building, and sustainability Increased STEM outcomes for students and teachers Increased and sustained incorporation of best practices into programs and operations Increased and sustained efficient and effective use of community resources Increased integration of community training and education systems Increased STEM career outcomes Increased and sustained STEM learning and knowledge Increased closer relationships with potential partners Impact/Sustainability: The community—individuals, local businesses, and local government— can contribute leadership, volunteers, mentoring, material resources, and entrepreneurial opportunities to support and increase the number of students who pursue STEM and help insure that young people return to the community as active and engaged citizens. *Inputs and activities are usually very specific with amounts of time, people, etc. Also, project models are best when developed with stakeholders. This generic model is meant to provide a basic framework with ideas to guide project development. **Include measures and tracking for activities and outcomes: logs, sign in/attendance sheets, journals, quizzes, teacher developed rubrics and tests, standardized tests, observation protocols, photos and art, surveys, etc.

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