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  • Student Reasoning Evidence as a Tool for Future Secondary Math Teacher Learning and More

    I will share sample materials from an online video-based curriculum project (VCAST) that has been implemented in over 40…

  • Understanding and Enhancing Self Regulated Learning in Introductory Computer Science Courses

    Students struggle in introductory programming courses for many reasons, including a lack of prior familiarity with key computer science…

  • Students’ Mechanistic Explanations across Undergraduate Chemistry and Biology Courses

    Need:Constructing useable cross-disciplinary knowledge is essential if STEM graduates are to address societal challenges such as pandemics or climate…

  • Succeeding in Introductory Physics: Building math fluency in a physics context

    Need: Students often struggle with relatively basic mathematics used in introductory physics courses. This project is aimed at investigating…

  • SUMMIT-P: Using Faculty Learning Communities at Lee University

    NeedIn conjunction with the Committee on Curriculum Renewal Across the First Two Years (CRAFTY) of the Mathematical Association of…

  • Talking about why: Linking research and theory to efforts to build racial equity in STEM

    Achieving racial equity in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) requires race-conscious approaches that bring disproportionate benefit to u…

  • Teaching Practices with Multiplayer Mixed Reality Simulations and Intelligent Virtual Students

    1. Need: This project (enactive virtual environment for teaching practice, EVETeach) addresses two issues facing STEM undergraduate education: (a)…

  • Teaching: The best-kept secret! Changing the conversation about STEM teaching careers

    Did you know? Half of STEM majors are interested in teaching as a profession, and STEM students of color…

  • The impact of religious cultural competence on student acceptance and comfort learning evolution

    Need: Evolution is the foundation of biology yet is one of the most controversial topics among undergraduates. Low acceptance…