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Title Culturally responsive strategies for reforming STEM higher education [electronic resource] : turning the TIDES on inequity / edited by Kelly M. Mack, Association of American Colleges and Universities, USA, Kate Winter, Independent Consultant and Evaluator, USA, Melissa Soto, University of California, USA.
Publication Info. United Kingdom : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2019.
Edition First edition.

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Description xii, 287 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Series eBook Academic Collection - North America
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Foreword / Ryan Kelsey and Sue Cui -- That none shall perish / Kelly M. Mack and Kate Winter -- Theoretical underpinnings of TIDES : Priorities, processes, and promise / Melvin Hall, Jamie Bracey, Eileen Parsons and Tykeia Robinson -- Cybernetic girls can be pinky : strategies to recruit and retain Latinas into STEM in the context of faculty-to-student empowerment / Lilliam Casillas-Martinez and Wilson Gonzalez-Espada -- Changing faculty culture to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in STEM education / Jennifer Speed, Donald L. Pair, Mehdi Zargham, Zhongmei Yao and Suzanne Franco -- In search of hidden but accessible truths : coding for all at Queens College / Eva M. Fernández and Christopher Vickery -- Fostering an environment for all students to succeed in computer science : integrating culturally responsive pedagogies with curricula redesign / Kiron Sharma, Laila Khreisat, Diana Cvitan and Gurjot Singh -- Culturally responsive strategies for addressing recruitment and retention of women in STEM : online modules for building STEM majors' computational skills / Mark Matlin, Elizabeth McCormack, Douglas Blank and Jennifer Spohrer -- Culturally responsive computational science through research experience in core-curriculum courses / Lior Shamir, Franco Delogu, Melinda Weinstein and Hsiao-Ping Moore -- A journey of discovery / Alla Webb, Raymond Gonzales and Monica Parrish Trent -- Equity through access to computer science learning at a small liberal arts college / Kathleen Purvis-Roberts and Thomas Poon -- Challenging us to change / Helen H. Hu, Patricia B. Campbell, Jessica C. Johnston, Brian Avery, Greg Gagne and Julie Stewart -- The rising TIDE of Wright State University : context, connections, and consequences / Travis Doom, John Gallagher, Michael Raymer and Kathleen Timmerman -- Music as the icebreaker for learning to code / Ani Nahapetian, Virginia Huynh, Omar Ruvalcaba, Ric Alviso and Gloria Melara -- Interventions addressing recruitment and retention of underrepresented minority groups in undergraduate STEM disciplines / Gleo Gughes Darden, Roni M. Ellington, Jigish Zaveri, Sanjay Bapna, Linda Akli, Stella Hargett, Prabir Bhattacharya, Ali Emdad and Asamoah Nkwanta -- Strengthening computer and mathematical sciences engagement and learning / Sambit Bhattacharya, Daniel Okunbor, Chekad Sarami, Perry Gillespie and Radoslav Nickolov -- Measurement and assessment / Kate Winter and Gabriele Haynes.
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Subject Science -- Study and teaching.
Technology -- Study and teaching.
Engineering -- Study and teaching.
Mathematics -- Study and teaching.
Education, Higher -- Cross-cultural studies.
Multicultural education.
Genre Cross-cultural studies. (OCoLC)fst01423769
Added Author Mack, Kelly M.
Winter, Kate.
Soto, Melissa.
eBook Academic Collection - North America
Related To Electronic version: Culturally responsive strategies for reforming STEM higher education. First edition. Bingley, UK : Emerald Publishing, 2019 9781787434059 (OCoLC)1080273563
ISBN 9781787434066 hardback
1787434060 hardback
OCLC # sseb_ssj0002155638
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