Blogs: Notes from the Field
Adventures in Corequisite STEM Calculus: Warm-Up Routines that Build Curiosity, Confidence, Conceptual Connections, and Community
Blog post #2 in the Adventures in Corequisite STEM Calculus. Professor Kelly Spoon discusses Warm-up routines that generate curiosity, deep thinking, and engagement, setting the stage for a productive lesson. This blog series illuminates the critical course design decisions and instructional strategies pivotal in supporting students with varying levels of math preparation to succeed in STEM calculus.
Join Professor Kelly Spoon as she embarks on a reflective teaching journey in her corequisite STEM calculus class at San Diego Mesa College. This blog series will illuminate the critical course design decisions and instructional strategies pivotal in supporting students with varying levels of math preparation to succeed in STEM calculus.
In this blog, Sophia Lee describes how she uses 360 degree whiteboards as a tool to enhance equitable learning, the research behind this strategy and her typical lesson cycle.
Newsletter, Reports and Webinars
This webinar is a conversation about the Ascend professional development model and new research into its use in California community colleges as a strategy for creating classroom cultures that promote equity. Within the context of an Ascend community of practice, faculty learn evidence-based practices and test the impact of those practices by iteratively collecting disaggregated survey data from students about their classroom experiences.
Researchers from Equity Accelerator share new California community college research into the use of evidence-based practices that foster Cultures of
Presentation by Education Equity Solutions on their report Counting on Math Faculty: Examining the Role of Faculty and Instructional Practices