STEM

The Power of Networking with Women Leaders

This presentation was on a radio station for a  Blog Talk Radio online format.  Dr. Linda J Gutsch and Dr. Patricia A. Champion presented a 30 minute discussion on their research related to networking and mentoring for women in the work place.   The Blog Talk Radio Show was moderated by Dr. Cheryl Lentz.

This presentation was done online with the moderator facilitating the discussions.

From CEITR, Dr. David Proudfoot and Dr. Mansureh Kebritchi Published “Scenario-Based eLearning and STEM Education: A Qualitative Study Exploring the Perspective of Educators”

CEITR Research Fellow, Dr. David Proudfoot and CEITR Chair, Dr.

Students Interested in STEM: A Comparison of Gender and Ethnic Distribution

Project Lead: 
Barbara Fedock
Project Description: 

Cultural barriers often exist when recruiting interested women and underrepresented students for STEM programs.  Family values, traditions, cultural, and expectations for females and underrepresented students are differing factors that STEM leaders may overlook during recruitment and retention processes.

Georgia STEM Certification and School Growth Performance: A Causal Comparative Study

Project Lead: 
David Proudfoot
Project Description: 

The AdvancEd STEM Certification process and Student Growth Model have been developed and implemented less than two years ago in Georgia to address the lack of focus and accountability on STEM education in Georgia. The research problem for this study is that with these recent reform efforts, little is known about how the AdvancED STEM certification process influences School Growth Scores.

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