The Inclusive STEM Teaching Project (https://www.inclusivestemteaching.org/) campus conversation series culminated with a conversation on identity facilitated with Angela Keiser, an educator and coach. Angela discussed the opportunity to adopt a “coaching mindset” to facilitate active exploration and engagement in the classroom and lab.
The Inclusive STEM Teaching Project provides a series of learning materials that support higher education faculty and staff’s “ability and awareness for cultivating inclusive STEM learning environments.”
This inaugural CMU campus conversations series, hosted this spring by Rachel Burcin (Robotics Institute) and Lisa Kay Schweyer (Heinz College) connected members of the CMU community from across disciplines and colleges. CMU welcomed educator and inclusive organization expert, Angela Keiser, to guest facilitate a discussion on identity and the opportunity to adopt a “coaching mindset.” The transition from instructor to coach helps to facilitate active exploration and engagement in the classroom and lab.
Materials are available for self-study online and with local learning communities. Explore here: https://www.inclusivestemteaching.org/