User:Vtaylor/Program evaluation summary/ARISS

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Program : Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) Project

  • description, time frame, partners
    September, 2012 featured a real-time "meeting" with Dr. Sunita Williams, .. aboard the International Space Station while it was passing over Burns school. She answered each question with interesting information about life on the space station, technologies in use, logistical issues like eating and sleeping in zero-gravity. During the first five weeks of school, before the "visit" everyone took part in the preparation - learning about NASA, amateur radio, space, the International Space Station and space technology across the curriculum. Students in all grades prepared questions for the astronauts on the space station. One student from each grade was chosen to read two questions. The questions were selected from all submissions for that grade.
    Partnerships : Daytona Beach Amateur Radio Club, NASA, ARRL

  • learning outcomes - map to mission and core values. K-2, 3-5, Middle (6-8)
  • areas success criteria, measurements
  • notes

Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) : success criteria / results

  • long, uninterrupted work periods for language arts, math, science, social studies and humanities
  • fully equipped science laboratory, outdoor environmental science laboratories, full time science coach
  • embedded technology and hybrid programs
  • literacy emphasis through core subjects - reading, writing about ARISS
  • individualized math and reading programs
  • Global Humanities curriculum
  • specialized communications and digital literacy programs - wireless, telecommunications, video, audio
  • project based - 1st grade "space suits" - cutting, assembly, coloring
  • active learning environment that encourages students to link learning to real life - NASA, space, ARISS related information, assignments, projects integration
  • foster critical thinking
  • independent problem solving
  • strong communication skills
  • ambitious goal setting.
  • inspired, able and prepared to make a difference in the world - one of only 18 schools selected for a direct connection with ISS, shared with other schools without capability on-site
  • STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)
  • think critically and creatively
  • work collaboratively
  • master an ever growing arena of skills - planets - research in media center, online
  • hands on, project based learning in science, Technology and math
  • challenging, educational experiences
  • rich and well balanced curriculum emphasizing science in a technologically saturated environment
  • resource-rich learning environment
  • meaningful curriculum
  • enhanced technology
  • broad-based literacy
  • opportunity for service to the community and the world

rubric, success criteria matrix / map - SLOs (down), core subjects (across) - demonstration, measurement, evaluation * Math * Science * Language Arts * Social Studies * Music * Art ?? by class, grade level, division