How do we make our STEM classes inclusive and effective for our diverse students today? Join your colleagues for a discussion of evidence-based teaching practices that help support all students as learners. We will use ideas in the three papers below as a starting point for our conversation—please read them in advance.
- On faculty development of STEM
inclusive teaching practices by Bryan Dewsbury in FEMS Microbiology
Letters, 364, 2017, fnx179
- Enhancing diversity in college science
with active learning by Cissy Ballen in J. J.
Mintzes & E. M. Walter (Eds.), Active learning in college science: The
case for evidence-based practice. New York, NY: Springer Nature,
forthcoming 2019. (Attached. Click "Download Document" below to download this article.)
- When group work doesn't work: Insights from students by Yunjeong Chang and Peggy Brickman, CBE Life Sciences Education 17:ar52, 1-17, Fall 2018
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