As the CEO of a tech start-up and a former professor, here’s what keeps me awake at night: half of college students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering and math […]
The most recent issue of Peer Review (Winter/Spring 2016; published by AACU) highlights the powerful impact ‘transparency’ can have on learning for all students. One aspect of transparency is making […]
This short article offers eight steps to help faculty respond to racism in classrooms and promote inclusive environments on campus.
Some teachers are using research-based teaching methods that build trust in minority students, acknowledge students’ self worth, and emphasize intelligence as fluid and growing.
The threat of confirming a racial or gender stereotype in the classroom leaves many minority students with stress and anxiety. This article outlines ways to combat stereotype threat.
Engaging Mathematics has published manuals that help teachers incorporate civic issues such as sustainability, climate change, and water pollution into statistics, algebra, modeling, and other mathematics courses. Dr. Rikki Wagstrom, […]
Allowing midterm evaluations to be a time for students to reflect on their own learning progress provides teachers with more-detailed and thorough feedback.
The PULSE Vision & Change Rubrics, version 1.0, assess life sciences departments’ progress toward implementation of the principles of the Vision and Change report. This paper reports on the development of the […]
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