Rethinking Scientific Pedagogies
The current issue of On Campus with Women examines ways to improve student retention and engagement in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). The issue explores how feminist pedagogies, by connecting academic learning and personal experience, can transform cultures and classrooms to be more inclusive and hospitable to all students, particularly women across races and ethnicities whose participation in certain fields remains low. READ MORE
- Sue V. Rosser describes a new project at Georgia Tech designed to retain more women and students of color in engineering.
- Faculty members
Institute of Technology share a comprehensive
program for women based on community outreach and mentoring.
|ALSO IN THIS ISSUE:
The Director's Outlook by Caryn McTighe Musil describes how feminist pedagogy is bringing energy and change to science education and scientific disciplines.
Lorelle Espinosa considers how educators can provide institutional support to women of color in undergraduate science majors.
Elise Niedermeier describes how contact with feminist pedagogies as an undergraduate student changed her view of the sciences.
Shalom Akao charts the progress of women's education in the Solomon Islands.
For Your Bookshelf features six new books including Who's Afraid of Marie Curie: The Challenges Facing Women in Science and Technology
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