Action Plan – LUXEMBOURG 2013 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Phoenix, Arizona 1 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Intel® Education Programs This is your working document What do you want to accomplish Who is going to do what When is it going to get done What resources did you see this week that you’d like to adapt for use What resources do you need for your plan Tell us what helped you most, what is missing, and what needs improvement As you work, post your Action Plan on the Ed Academy Community so that others may observe your work (www.inteledacademy.org) Post your final presentation to the Community or on a USB Memory Stick Please Title and name the file, identifying your location A report out of accomplishments is due Nov. 15 Work with your Intel Education Manager to submit Note: sample completed Action Plans from 2012 are on the Intel website: http://www.intel.com/education/isef/isef/overview.htm 2 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Intel® Education Programs High Level Goals Jonk Fuerscher aims through the science programme to encourage and nurture young scientists in order to enhance the scientific capability of the country. – Long term goals – Promote a scientific enquiry culture in Luxembourg currently dominated by the financial sector. – Involve government and teaching unions into promoting a scientific culture. – Enthuse young people, parents and teachers to become proactive in enhancing the scientific culture of Luxembourg. – Short term goals – Involve learned societies in Europe with our programme. – Engage EVERY school in Luxembourg – Improve the presentation skills, continuous monitoring and progress. – Increase public/private funding to augment activities. 3 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Intel® Education Programs Objectives How will you know you succeeded? Please list the results you want to see – Access to all schools facilitated by government. – Have an ambassador in each school. – increase the number of participants by 20%, 30% and 50% in the following 3 years. – Active involvement of teachers prior and post national competition. – Add 5 scientific events to calendar year by year 2 4 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Intel® Education Programs Action Plan – Steps to Meet Your Goals and Objectives Action Success Measure Who is responsible Due Date Example: Organize regional forum to orient science teachers to promote science fairs among students Reach 200 teachers Team Member XX from under-developed regions of the country Oct 2012 Example: Implement a science research course at the high school Administration approval Sept. 2013 Team Member XX Or use this Excel document and embed it into your plan 5 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Intel® Education Programs Reflection As a result of your participation in the 2013 Educator Academy, please reflect on your experience •Highlight what your team felt was the key learning from the Educator Academy • What impressed you the most? • Which Shop Talks were the most beneficial for your team? •What would you improve? •What types of Shop Talks were missing? 6 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Intel® Education Programs Thank you for participating in the 2013 Intel ISEF Educator Academy 7 Intel ISEF Educator Academy Copyright © 2012 2013 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved. Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.