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Inclusive Teaching in Natural and Physical Science

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Crystal Weisner 

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Course Description

There is the necessity for diversity, equity, and inclusion in STEM education. However, students from various backgrounds and social identities are underrepresented in scientific fields and typically face larger and more frequent barriers. This workshop focuses on identifying the unique challenges faced by a diverse student population and allows faculty and instructional staff to develop the skills needed to incorporate inclusive practices into their classrooms.

Maryam Ahmed, Biology

Carol Babyak, Chemistry & Fermentation Sciences/Inclusive Excellence, Center for Academic Excellence

Brandy Bryson, Leadership & Educational Studies/Inclusive Excellence, Center for Academic Excellence

About the Course

Learning Community: Center for Academic Excellence (FAD)
Workshop Type: Diversity

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Understand the factors that contribute to the disparity in natural and physical science degree attainment for underrepresented students
  • Identify the instructional barriers to student success in scientific fields
  • Develop inclusive classroom practices to promote the success of students from all backgrounds and social identities.


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