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What Does a STEM Professional Look Like?
COMBATING STUDENT STEREOTYPES OF WHO CAN WORK IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FIELDS
In this session, educators will explore examples of inclusive pedagogies focused on bolstering students’ developing sense of science identity. Participants will also learn about simple changes they can make to embrace growth mindset culture and support learning for all students.

Facilitator: Dr. Kelsey Metzger, University of Minnesota Rochester
Guest Facilitators: Dr. Jeff Schinske, Foothill College and Dr. Kimberly Tanner, San Francisco State University.

RESOURCES:
Armstrong, M. (2011) Small World: Crafting an Inclusive Classroom (No Matter What You Teach).

Canning, E. A., Muenks, K., Green, D. J., & Murphy, M. C. (2019). STEM faculty who believe ability is fixed have larger racial achievement gaps and inspire less student motivation in their classes. Science Advances. 5(2): eaau4734. doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aau4734

Schinske, J., Perkins, H., Snyder, A., Wyer, M., & Marsteller, P. (2016). Scientist Spotlight Homework Assignments Shift Students’ Stereotypes of Scientists and Enhance Science Identity in a Diverse Introductory Science Class. CBE Life Sciences Education, 15(3), 18.

Tanner, K. (2013). Structure Matters: Twenty-One Teaching Strategies to Promote Student Engagement and Cultivate Classroom Equity. CBE Life Sciences Education, 12(3), 322-331.

Oct 21, 2020 03:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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