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Faculty Resources

Seminar Series Materials

TC/BC Bridge Program: Preparing Teacher Leaders in Math and Science (2011)
Lee Bell, Maria Rivera Maulucci, and Lisa Edstrom, Education Program, Barnard College
Dr. Felicia Moore, Department of Science Education, Teachers College

 
Creating Culturally Responsive Classrooms: The Teaching and Learning Initiative at Bryn Mawr College (2008-09)
Alison Cook-Sather, Associate Professor of Education and Coordinator of the Teaching and Learning Initiative (TLI) at Bryn Mawr College

 
Assessing Student Learning (2006-07)
Maria Rivera, Barnard College Education Program
Ryan Kelsey, Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning

 
Inequality, Segregation, and Academic Achievement (2006-07)
Rajiv Sethi, Associate Professor and Chair of Economics, Barnard College

 
Fostering Achievement: Best Practices for Advancing Diverse Students and Faculty (2005-06)
Kristen Shepard, Assistant Professor of Biology, and Stephanie Pfirman, Professor and Chair of Environmental Science, Barnard College

 
Creating Cognitive Apprenticeships for Undergraduate Learning (2005-06)
Wendy C. Newstetter, Director of Learning Sciences Research in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology

 
Issues of Campus Climate and Performance Gaps for Students from Underrepresented Groups (2005-06)
Dorothy Denburg, Dean of the College, Barnard College.

 
Increasing Females' Achievement and Representation in Mathematics (2005-06)
Catherine Good, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Barnard College

 
Inclusive Teaching in Science and Mathematics: Exploring Stances and Strategies (2005-06)
Maria S. Rivera, Assistant Professor of Education, Barnard College

 
Scientific Teaching at Work in the College Classroom (2005-06)
Jo  Handelsman, Howard Hughes Medical institute Professor, Department of Plant Pathology, University of Wisconsin-Madison

 
Out of the Laboratory and into the University: Applications of Identity and Stereotype Threat Processes (2005-06)
Valerie Purdie-Vaughns, Department of Psychology, Yale University 

 
Designing an Active Learning Module (2005-06)
Steve Loomis, Professor of Biology, Connecticut College

 
Clickers in the Classroom: Are They Useful or Just Another Gimmick? (2005-06)
John Glendinning, Associate Professor of Biology, Barnard College

 
Peer-Led Instruction (2005-06)
Krynn Lukacs, Department of Chemistry, Bryn Mawr College