dB-SERC lunch discussion
Topic: Epistemologically Inclusive Teaching in STEM (and not STEM, too)
When: Friday, Nov 15 from 12 - 1 pm
Who: Dr. Linda Adler-Kassner, University of California Santa Barbara

To create inclusive teaching in STEM, we need to create intentional structures for students to understand how disciplines work: what kinds of questions are asked (and not asked), what kinds of data are collected (and not), how those data are analyzed, and how knowledge is represented. We also need to create teaching practices based on our own empathetic knowledge of students, and our understandings of how learning works.

In this interactive talk, we’ll work together to outline two knowledge domains associated with inclusive teaching: disciplinary knowledge and empathetic knowledge. I’ll provide a framework to understand these domains, concrete illustrations of how and why they contribute to inclusive teaching, and steps that faculty can take to act on their disciplinary and empathetic knowledge to foster epistemologically inclusive teaching in STEM disciplines.
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