Pedagogy in Action
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Engaged PedagogiesWe use the term Engaged Pedagogies to encompass a range of student-centered approaches to teaching and learning. Engaged Pedagogies share aspects with...
Teaching with DataA 2009 survey of employers identified broad agreement about what higher education could emphasize to better prepare students for productive careers...
Quantitative ReasoningQuantitative reasoning (QR), defined as the habit of mind to apply data and quantitative tools to a wide range of problems in personal, professional, and public contexts...
- Sexual Harassment in the Sciences: A Call to Geoscience Faculty and Researchers to Respond
Thank you to NAGT members Kristen St. John, Eric Riggs, and Dave Mogk on writing the recent JGE editorial Sexual Harassment in the Sciences: A Call to Geoscience Faculty and Researchers to Respond based on the goals of the (NSF)-funded workshop: Sexual Harassment in the Sciences - A Call to Respond. The authors share their reflections on points from the workshop and results from recent studies that particularly resonated and have implications for geoscience education and geoscience education researchers.
- InTeGrate 2017 Fall Webinar Series Continues
Free and open to the public, this series will incorporate InTeGrate pedagogies into teaching practices, provide resources available for adoption, and create a forum for participants to learn and share teaching strategies.
Thursday, September 21, 2017
Registration deadline is September 19
- InTeGrate Coastal Hazards, Risk, and Environmental Justice Workshop Announced- Application Deadline: March 25
Join us for this important workshop taking place between the 5th anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon blow out in the Gulf of Mexico and the 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. The Coastal Hazards, Risk, and Environmental Justice workshop will enable teams of faculty members and administrators, particularly from minority-serving institutions, to explore the interplay among these critical issues and develop plans for actions that they will take on their own campuses to better incorporate these issues into their curriculum and campus programs.