CEILS Journal Club for STEM Education Research | Learning Community Meetings
Fridays from 3:00 – 3:50 PM, Jan 21 – Mar 11
Location: Terasaki Life Sciences 1100
About Journal Club: How do we make our science courses more inclusive to students with various social identities? Participants will explore relevant science education research literature in more depth and develop greater understanding of effective and inclusive teaching practices, and learn more about the methods used in education research. Faculty, graduate students, postdocs, and anyone interested in education research is welcome to participate!
We encourage in-person participation, but an online participation option will be available to those that need it. Email email@example.com at least three days in advance to get the Zoom link. If joining as part of a course, please also contact the course instructor to let them know that you can’t attend in person.
Line-up for Winter 2022:
|January 21||Daniel Velez-Ramirez||Hewitt et al. (2019) Introductory Biology in Social Context: The Effects of an Issues-Based Laboratory Course on Biology Student Motivation CBE-LSE|
|January 28||Katie Ingraham Dixie||SABER talk discussion Dr. Angela Byars-Winston: Effective, culturally responsive mentorship|
|February 4||Briley Lewis||Morgan et al. (2021) Socioeconomic Roots of Academic Faculty SocArXiv|
|February 11||Graham Read||Byars-Winston et al. (2020) Race and ethnicity in biology research mentoring relationships. J Divers. High. Educ.|
|February 18||Head LA’s||SABER talk discussion Dr. Edna Tan: Reframing equity in STEM education with historically minoritized communities: Seeding rightful presence|
|February 25||Rachel Blakey||Nguyen et al. (2021) Supporting Black women’s pursuits in STEM JRST|
|March 4||Maura O’Leary||Original research: Skills-Based Grading|