Title: Leveraging Expertise: Advancing STEM Education for Undergraduates
Abstract: Postsecondary STEM education is built upon transactions driven by expertise—faculty work to articulate their knowledge and skills in ways that are accessible to students, and students actively choose to invest their efforts toward developing expertise through their selection and pursuit of professional pathways. Thus, effective undergraduate instruction requires a dynamic management of articulated content, instructional strategy, and motivation.
Title: GenZ and STEM Education Today – How to Capitalize on the Crossroads
Abstract: Freeman and colleagues (2015) provided substantial proof what we have intuitively known for quite some time - active learning improves students’ learning in STEM. However, given the digital age, learning science research and students’ access to information, we as educators are continuously challenged in the classroom, as the number of active learning practices are large and unwieldly. So where does one start?
Riverfront Banquet Center, 1 Riverfront Plaza, Flint, MI 485
How can we work together to make our community healthier?
Everyone is invited to attend the Final Presentations where 6th graders from Flint Community Schools will report the findings from Community Action Projects to answer the question, “How can we work together to make our community healthier?”.