2016 STEM Conference: Session Materials and Resources

AAC&U thanks the session facilitators for sharing their work.  Resources and materials are provided at the discretion of the facilitators. Additional materials will be posted over the next few weeks.

Poster 48: Transform Departmental STEM Programs Utilizing a Program (Re)Design Model
Poster 1
Poster 2
Debra Fowler,
Associate Director of Center for Teaching Excellence and Samantha Shields, Ph.D. Student, Teacher Education and Technology—both of Texas A&M University

Workshop 2: Pre-Service STEM Teacher Education
SWOT Matrix
Action Plan Template
Ecosystems:Interactions, Energy, and Dynamics
How to Read Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)

The Next Generation STEM Teacher Preparation in Washington State
Ed Geary, Director of Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education—Western Washignton University; and Paul Keurbis, Professor of Education Emeritus—Colorado College

CS 3: Deliberate Investment: Strategies for Sustaining Inclusive STEM Classrooms for First-Generation Students
Takeaway Actions Worksheet

Group Discussion Notes
Mary Hatcher-Skeers, Professor of Chemistry, Keck Science—Claremont McKenna, Pitzer and Scripps Colleges; Darryl Yong, Professor of Mathematics—Harvey Mudd College; and Becky Packard, Professor of Psychology and Education—Mount Holyoke College

CS 7: Assessment Alignment: Including Undergraduates in a Process for Program Evaluation
Presentation Handout
John Dawson, Director, College of Biological Science Office of Educational Scholarship and Practice—University of Guelph

CS 8: Rewarding What We Value: The Role of Promotion and Tenure Guidelines
Handout 1
Handout 2

Robert "Bob" Kolvoord, Dean, College of Integrated Science and Engineering—James Madison University

CS 24: Mentoring and Metacognition: Designing a Holistic Learning Community Model for Inclusive STEM Gateway Courses
Student Academic Success Center Handout
Rebecca Ciancanelli, STEM Coordinator for the Student Academic Succss Center-University of Colorado at Boulder

CS 32: Connecting the Dots: Change Initiatives Focusing on How, What, When, and Where Learning Happens
Jeanne Narum, Director, The Independent Colleges Office and Principal—Learning Spaces Collaboratory; Kimberely Frederick, Professor and Chair, Department of Chemistry—Skidmore College; and Michael Palladino, Vice Provost for Graduate Students and Professor of Biology—Monmouth University