Our goal is to promote high-quality Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics instruction in Santa Clara County by supporting teachers and administrators anchored in inspiring and fostering Imagination, Innovation, and Integration.
SAVE THE DATE
2nd Annual STEAM Symposium
April 21-22, 2017
Registration information will be available by December 2016 For more information, contact Mariaisabel Balandra
at (408) 453-6961 or Mariaisabel_Balandra@sccoe.org
(Click on the flyer for more information)
STEAM: A Practicum on Integrated PBL
Have you been thinking about how to transform your teaching practices and implement inquiry-based instruction that inspires imagination?
We invite you to participate in our year-long integrated learning model.
Cohort 1: Administrators & Teacher MentorsCohort 2: Teachers
Dates: September 2016 - May 2017
Location: Bullis Charter School102 W Portola Ave, Los Altos, CA 94022
To register, please click on one of the following links:
Administrators & Teacher Mentors: http://santaclara.k12oms.org/1545-113085
Teacher Leaders: http://santaclara.k12oms.org/1545-113087
Digital Storytelling Certificate
Brought to you by the Santa Clara County Office of Education Curriculum & Instruction Department
Our certificate programs are year-long blended learning models, which enhance professional learning networking with expertise from leading industry partners.
When: September 2016 - August 2017
Where: Santa Clara County Office of Education and field application
Cost for the year: $150.00
Online Application, CLICK HERE or go to: http://goo.gl/forms/qiDbmcr02O
CLICK HERE or go to: http://goo.gl/vLbNCW
SAN JOSE MUSEUM OF ART
ART IN THE DARKMake your subjects come alive!
Free presentations for students in Santa Clara County. Program dates are September – May.
For High School For Middle School
How do I sign up?
Click Here or visit: sjmusart.org/art-dark-presentation-request
(click on the flyer for more information)
C-STEM Studio & RoboBlockly Release
Curriculum Training and Support
Policy, Partnerships, Advocacy, and Networks
The Walt Disney Family Museum is committed to providing school communities with resources and experiences that honor Walt Disney’s legacy and inspire imagination and innovation in the classroom and beyond.
The purpose of this tool kit is to inform civic and community leaders who wish to use shared data to improve academic and life outcomes for students while protecting student privacy. A key success factor in doing this well is understanding the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and its parameters relative to the sharing of personally identifiable information (PII) from education records.