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View Resource Gender Equity for Mathematics and Science: Notes on Invited Faculty Presentations

This report from Sheila Tobias discusses pertinent issues related to women in mathematics and science. Key aspects explored include mathematical anxiety and strategies for coping with it, as well as important research on classroom conditions for female math and science students. This document may be downloaded in PDF file format.

View Resource Coping with Mathematics Anxiety: Guidelines for College Students and Faculty

This webpage features a report from Fred Peskoff titled: "The Relationship Between Gender, Mathematics Anxiety, and Coping Strategies in College Students." The report, and accompanying survey which was used in the study, analyze the relationship between coping strategies and students' level of math anxiety, course enrollment and gender. The study finds that low mathematics anxiety students tend...

View Resource Fashion Institute of Technology: Teaching & Learning Resources

Located in New York City, the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) is known for its excellent programs in fashion design, marketing, and related fields. What people may not know is that FIT also has a great collection of materials for teachers, courtesy of its Center for Excellence in Teaching. The site includes sections such as Printable Resources, Syllabus and Student Learning Outcomes, and...

View Resource English Resources

In this section, DeafTEC provides a series of teaching resources on English, rhetoric, and writing. Specifically, theĀ Writing in the Disciplines (WID) approach is used as a method to reach out to deaf and hard-of-hearing students, as well as high school students learning in STEM subjects. Viewers will find several pages with useful pedagogical information, including: Why Writing in the Sciences ...

View Resource Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Summer Internship Program

MBARI offers summer professional development opportunities for teachers, graduate students and undergraduates. Participants gain experience with research and development projects in marine sciences, technology, equipment, software, and research methods for the deep sea. The program is competitive but grants cover most costs.

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