GCRTC Core Connection

Spring 2019

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42 PROFESSIONAL STRATEGIES STRUCTURED PROBLEM SOLVING (SPS) FOR TEACHERS AT GLOBALFOUNDRIES "SPS for Teachers" is a two-day training developed by GLOBALFOUNDRIES to introduce K-12 teachers to the Structured Problem Solving (SPS) techniques used in the semiconductor industry. Day 1 of the course consists of three distinctive parts: The first is a high- level overview of the eight SPS disciplines (8D) with heavy emphasis on creating a problem statement, gathering data on the problem, and determining root cause using either a process map, fault tree or "5 whys." The second part takes place in GLOBALFOUNDRIES' Fab 8 cleanroom where participants will be introduced to several process areas and how they apply SPS on a daily basis. The third and final part of the training is facilitated by an SPS expert and involves group work to solve a complex case. At the end of Day 1, participants are asked to develop a unique challenge to be solved by their students using the SPS techniques covered in the training. Location: GlobalFoundries Dates: 5/9 or 8/8 Time: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Facilitator: Clay Nagel, GlobalFoundries Registration: 5/9 https://bit.ly/2z4ttBt 8/8 https://bit.ly/2JKoWrJ In this 8-hour blended learning course, we will dive into and apply various formative assessment techniques to help make student learning more engaging and effective. We will use the book Make it Stick: The Science of Successful Learning to discover new ways to help our students make long-term meaningful connections with the content we teach them. Through an online discussion board, we will discuss the tools described in the book and various ways to apply them to classroom practices. MAKE IT STICK - FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT TOOLS & BOOK STUDY Click to view on the Make It Stick website. Click PLAY to enjoy the AF-IT introduction video

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