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LAKERS TOGETHERGrand Valley is preparing for successful learning experiences when classes resume on Aug. 31. Learn more about the plan for fall in this handbook.

 

 

Regional Math & Science Center

Student Outcomes

Assessment of Student Outcomes

Outcome M High-Impact STEM Experiences

GVSU Undergraduate students will participate in high-impact STEM experiences coordinated or communicated by the Regional Math and Science Center.
Objective 1 GVSU Undergraduate students will participate in high-impact STEM experiences coordinated or communicated by the Regional Math and Science Center.

Measure 1

2018 Status
Not Yet Achieved
The RMSC has, for the past two years, provided summer and fall experiences to a total of 33 GVSU students as counselors for our camps. We have also engaged students in other programs with fewer days of impact including our Fall Science Update and Math in Action conferences.

Measure 2

2018 Status
Not Yet Achieved
The RMSC, while not tracking previously, had no issues engaging GVSU students as volunteers this year.

Outcome N Community Engagement

GVSU undergraduate pre-service educators will engage with the community through the use of Discovering STEM Kits and Math GAMES.
Objective 2 GVSU undergraduate pre-service educators will engage with the community through the use of Discovering STEM Kits and Math GAMES.

Measure 1

2018 Status
Not Yet Achieved
The RMSC has just started tracking the percent of GVSU student events last year. We do not have data for the 2017-2018 year yet as they are still in use through our reporting year.

Outcome O Master Educator Connections

GVSU pre-service STEM educators will engage with master educators in the region in order to gain expertise and hands-on experience in the classroom setting.
Objective 3 GVSU pre-service STEM educators will engage with master educators in the region in order to gain expertise and hands-on experience in the classroom setting.

Measure 1

2018 Status
Not Yet Achieved
The RMSC has helped to identify 130 students eligible for this cohort. In collaboration with the College of Education and the Mathematics Department, the RMSC requested faculty feedback on these students, and helped to facilitate interviews between the Kent ISD team and the students. 30+ students were contacted as eligible and recommended. As of time of reporting, 9 students have been selected to begin the cohort in the fall.