Energy and Equity Team
Pedagogical Methods Used
Peer Instruction / Think-Pair-Share, Collaborative problem-solving, Conceptually-oriented activities, Context-rich problems, Ranking tasks, Guided inquiry, Tutorials
Describe the courses that you teach
Introductory university physics, physics courses for teachers, physics courses for preservice teachers
What does it mean to you to integrate science and equity?
1: Access - Increased access to school learning, equitable distribution of academic resources. 2: Achievement - Equitable school achievement, e.g., closing achievement gaps 3: Identity - Representation; students seeing themselves in the curriculum and as scientists 4: Problematizing power - Challenging the values embedded in science concepts; recognizing political, economic, and cultural origins and applications 5: Social justice - Science is a tool to be put to use by social justice movements
Energy lecturesLecture materials
Energy is SociopoliticalVideo
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