University of Georgia
Dr. Tessa Andrews specializes in college biology education research, with particular emphasis on factors influencing the adoption and effective implementation of evidence-based teaching strategies in undergraduate STEM education. She investigates knowledge, motivation, and professional identity among current and future college instructors. She also investigates departmental and institutional climate and culture as they relate to effective undergraduate teaching. Her work has been funded by over $3 million in National Science Foundation funding. Dr. Andrews is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Genetics and a founding and core member of the Scientists Engaged in Education Research center at the University of Georgia. She also serves on the steering committee for the Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research.
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Breaking Down Silos meeting contributes to the goals of Working Group 1 part of Accelerating Systemic Change Network:Posts
Twenty-five researchers met for a 2.5-day meeting at the Center for Mathematics and Science Education at San Diego State University to discuss change theories. This working meeting was supported by a National ...