STEM Student Success Series
Session #1 Fostering Inclusive Learning Communities
Session #2 Empowering Students to Become Self-Regulated Learners
Session #3 Cultivating Your Students' Science Identity
Where: Virtual through Zoom
When: Session 1 in September, Session 2 in October, Session 3 in November. Join us for one or all three!
Who: Any STEM faculty (full time and part time*) and MESA students.
*We regret that we are unable to provide a stipend for attendance.
This workshop is designed to teach evidence-based techniques for addressing disparities in student success in STEM classes. In this three part workshop you will:
- Design class activities that create an inclusive learning community
- Develop ways to help students be self-regulated learners and incorporate a growth mindset
- Develop strategies to help students identify with and as scientists
Explore equity issues in STEM classrooms with a three part series on student success. This series of workshops will address research-based initiatives to retain and support a more diverse student population.
- Session 1 will focus on strategies that encourage a student's sense of belonging in your classroom and address equity concerns impacting student success
- Session 2 will address a student's understanding of metacognition and teach strategies for student self-regulated learning.
- Session 3 will share how to help students develop a science identity in your classroom
Participants will create a plan to implement at least one related instructional strategy in one or more courses at each session.
- Kathleen Perillo
- Michelle Stoklosa
- Rebecca Martin
If you would like further information about the workshop, please contact Rmartin@clark.edu
To register for our upcoming session, please click on the link on the left side of the page.
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