New Jersey Landscape of Promising Practices
The New Jersey STEM Pathways Network (NJSPN) will host monthly webinars to showcase promising practices that can can be replicated and/or inform regional initiatives in New Jersey. NJSPN member organizations are experienced and knowledgeable about promising practices in the field. We all learn best from each other's expertise, therefore we thank you in advance for crowdsourcing ideas for our monthly webinars.
Please note, the NJSPN prioritizes efforts in four main areas. Additional preference will be given to showcasing promising practices in the following four areas (however not limited to):
- Teacher Recruitment and Training;
- Workforce Development;
- Early Childhood Education; and
- Computer Science.
To support the progression of our work together, please help us identify promising practices in New Jersey (and beyond) to showcase to the entire New Jersey STEM Pathways Network.
Thank you in advance for your participation in this survey!
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Select the NJSPN Priority Area aligned with the promising practice you have identified.
Teacher Recruitment and Training
Early Childhood Education
Name of Best Practice Identified
Summary of Promising Practice
Comments on why this is a promising practice
Website of best practice (please add links related articles as well)
Are you or anyone you know able to speak to NJSPN members via webinar about this topic?
If yes, please provide full contact information, including: Name; Email; Phone number; Title/Organization (please add multiple names and emails if more than one person is able to present on the topic).
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