Inclusive Teaching in Isolating Situations: Impact of COVID-19 on Efforts Toward Increasing Diversity in BME
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As part of National Science Foundation (NSF) sponsored Research in the Formation of Engineers (RFE), we have been focusing on inclusive teaching strategies for engineering professors. Now, in the presence of a pandemic and protests for racial justice in America, underrepresented students are facing unprecedented challenges as they navigate new situations of remote learning. What does inclusive teaching look like in this new context, and what does this mean for teaching in the future?
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Biomedical Engineering Education, v. 1, p. 73-77
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Matters, Memoria E.; Brightman, Andrew O.; Buzzanell, Patrice M.; and Zoltowski, Carla B., "Inclusive Teaching in Isolating Situations: Impact of COVID-19 on Efforts Toward Increasing Diversity in BME" (2021). Communication Faculty Publications. 1002.