Creating spaces for continued conversations around the implementation of evidence-based pedagogy in the STEM community.
Building off the work being done in both the prior AAU STEM Initiative at WashU and the currently ongoing HHMI Inclusive Excellence Project, we received a AAU STEM Network Mini-Grant to further support a community of practice around evidence-based strategies. We plan to do this through three different approaches, namely through a speaker series, a national conference, and an interdisciplinary blog. The goal of this project is to create sustained conversations around the implementation of evidence-based pedagogy in the STEM community through various avenues.
This work expands on prior faculty development efforts of CIRCLE, such as the Transformational Initiative for Education in STEM (TIES) Project and the CIRCLE Teaching Academy.
Angela Fink (CIRCLE)
Ali York (CIRCLE)
Gina Frey (CIRCLE, Chemistry)
This two-year mini-grant is funded by the Association of American Universities (AAU) STEM Network Initiative.