Presentation on theme: "Jean Alley Vanderbilt University Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning Diversity Issues in Teaching and Learning."— Presentation transcript:
Jean Alley Vanderbilt University Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning Diversity Issues in Teaching and Learning
Student Attrition from STEM Total S&E Bio/ AgCompEngMathPhysicalSocial/ beh White-1.2-17.737.8-44.831.4-25.470.0 F9.5-25.0169.9-41.729.7-31.356.2 M-7.8-11.230.6-43.850.8-12.7105.3 Asian6.9-11.4139.4-35.4142.7-9.8139.0 F16.9-17.4312.9-35.3110.2-5.8104.5 M1.4-2.9105.1-32.7134.9-3.0218.0 Black-10.8-32.415.0-54.951.5-10.352.0 F-9.1-38.549.0-54.428.4-4.534.7 M-3.83.8-23.1-14.4126.96.36.199 Hisp-8.8-30.6-41.2-48.126.3-12.249.0 F-4.8-35.9-53.4-39.37.97.030.6 M-17.6-43.4-1.9-67.863.6-29.689.2 Am In-1.6-9.173.8-53.847.2-40.652.2 F0.5-30.1203.4-37.8123.7-47.030.1 M2.832.237.0-56.032.5-35.6104.8
Why Teach Inclusively? To reach each and every student so that all may benefit equally from their educational opportunities
Diversity in STEM Workforce Group% in Population Science and Engineering Men49%75% Women5125 White6976 Black124 Asian414 Hispanic133 Native American0.70.2 Disabled197 NSF Report on Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering 2004 US Census Bureau Report 2002
Case Study Exercise Individually Read the case and write down your responses to the following questions: 1. What issues does this case study raise? 2. What questions for group discussion come to mind as you read the case?
As a group 3. Identify a recorder and a presenter for the group 4. How might you respond in this situation? –Generate several possible solutions 5. What might be the consequences of these solutions? Case Study Exercise