Inclusive STEM Teaching Practices
About this workshop:
From identifying course objectives to assessing student learning, inclusive practices must be planned well in advance. This is of particular importance in the context of STEM courses, where we continue to see underrepresentation of women and students from minoritized backgrounds in many disciplines. Participants will examine inclusive learning objectives and discuss ways to assess these outcomes using formative assessments. Join us for this active session.
About the Facililator:
Nancy Ruggeri, PhD, directs Graduate and Postdoctoral Learning at Searle. She holds a masters in biological anthropology and a doctorate in curriculum and instruction from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. With research experience in primate behavioral ecology and college science education, Nancy’s work focuses on inclusive learning and critical thinking in STEM.