Event Materials Archive

  • Teaching algebra through physics-of-motion activities

    Preservice elementary and middle school teachers are often taught mathematics as if it were an isolated subject, a set…

  • Cultivating Data-Informed Leadership for Systemic Change: Insights from the Coalition for the Reform of Undergraduate STEM Education (CRUSE)

    Leadership at multiple levels is critical for cultivating an institutional culture in which efforts to improve the effectiveness of…

  • Developing Pre-Service Teachers’ Equity Literacy in Content Courses

    Undergraduate programs must face the challenge of preparing future teachers to understand and address diversity, equity, and inclusion in…

  • The Development of High Leverage Practices in Environmental Sustainability-Focused Service Learning.

    A focus on ‘High Leverage Practices’ (HLPs), or ‘core practices’, has been central to the field of teacher education…

  • The SOMAS/DS Family of Instruments to Measure Students, Instructors and Learning Environment

    Statistics - the art and science of learning from data - and data science - the ability to engage…

  • Connected Learning with Cognitive Maps in Sustainability Education

    NeedWhen teaching sustainability, it is important to bring together ideas from various disciplines and encourage systems thinking. One way…

  • The Future Outlook for Teaching and Learning Beyond COVID

    This panel discusses the what the undergraduate STEM landscape looks like moving forward. The panel includes a presentation on…

  • Using Avida-ED to Teach Evolution and the Nature of Science

    Avida-ED is a freely available digital evolution software package developed to help students learn about evolution and the nature…

  • Using quantitative analyses to understand STEM pathways of minoritized young people

    A dominant discourse in STEM education is broadening access to minoritized young people, which can parallel "achievement gap" discourse…