STEM for All Resources
The following resources help reinforce Elmhurst’s mission to promote curricular revisions that incorporate culturally responsive pedagogy (CRP) and content area literacies in both STEM and education courses.
Links and Resources
- Presentation (above): “STEM for Cultural Relevance and Sustainability”
Dr. Theresa Y. Robinson
- Conversation (Above): “How to Attract More Students to STEM Majors”
Dr. Theresa Y. Robinson and Dr. Nicole M. Joseph
- Presentation Slides:
- “Strength in Numbers: Building Towards Justice in Mathematics Education,” Dr. Benjamin Dickman
- “The Relevancy of Literate Practices in STEM,” Dr. Ayanna F. Brown
- Equity and Diversity Resources: Science for All
- Lesson Plan: Who Was Henrietta Lacks?
- Film: “Miss Evers’ Boys” (HBO)
The shocking story of the Tuskegee Syphilis human experiment on poor rural African American men who were denied much-needed medicine. Stars Alfre Woodard as Nurse Eunice Evers.
- Book: “Supervision Modules to Support Educators in Collaborative Teaching: Helping to Support & Maintain Consistent Practice in the Field”
Authors: Lubniewski, K, Cosgrove, D, and Robinson, T, Ed.s (2019). Information Age Publishing Inc.: Charlotte N.C.
- Brown, A. Module 3: Culturally Relevant Pedagogy
- Robinson, T. Module 4: Knowledge of Students
- Robinson, T. Module 6: Knowing the Community & Using Its Resources
- Book: “A Framework for K-12 Science Education Chapter 11: Equity and Diversity in Science and Engineering Education”
Author: National Research Council. (2011).