Welcome to the STEP Co-Web
The STEP Co-Web is an online area to which you can communicate and collaborate with one another or post materials and resources for your students. In years past, STEP Fellows have created informational Websites for their students. Browsing their sites may give you ideas for the type of content you'd like to create.
Meet past years' Fellows and browse their sites
Who's Who?Introduce yourself on Who's Who. Provide a link to your personal Website, email address, or another site of interest. Use this as an opporutnity to get comfortable with Swiki and to learn something about each other.
Current Training MaterialsGo to 2006-7 Training Materials for copies of assignments and other materials for the 2006-7 STEP year.
Archived Summer and School Year Course MaterialsGo to Archived Training Materials for copies of assignments and other materials from the summer course and from the school year course for the 2004-5 Year.
Go to 2005-6 Training Materials for copies of assignments and other materials used in CETL 8711 and 8712 during 2005-6.
FormsWe will post copies of various forms that you need on the Forms Page
Group News and DiscussionUse News to share information or ask questions with the group. This may be used as an alternative or in conjunction with the listserv. Use it as you see best fit.
Shared ResourcesUse Resources to post URLs and other notes or comments related to teaching resources that other Fellows may find useful.
PhotosPictures of past fellows and students are posted here. Feel free to add your own - let us know if you do. Be sure you have photo release forms before posting...
Please create web pages for your teams. You can link to them here - or edit directly on the co-web.
Cedar Grove 2005
Miller Grove 2005
Tech High 2005
Here are the web pages created by the 2004-5 fellows.
Cedar Grove 2004
Rockdale Magnet 2004
Miller Grove 2004
If you want to learn more about the STEP program, go to STEP homepage
STEP is funded by the National Science Foundation.
STEP is located at Georgia Tech and it is supported by CETL (the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning) and CEISMC (the Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing).