Engineering Inclusive Teaching:  Faculty Professional Development Project

Spatial Skills: A Promising Intervention for Promoting Student Equity

Brought to you by ENGAGE Engineering, speakers Dr. Jacob Sigil and Dr. Jacquelyn Sullivan from the University of Colorado Boulder (CU-Boulder) discuss why spatial visualization assessment and training is vital, especially for at-risk women, underrepresented, and international students. They also show how to easily replicate a successful spatial visualization workshop used at the University of Colorado College of Engineering and Applied Science.

More resources available on wepan.org and engageengineering.org

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Engineering Inclusive Teaching: Faculty Professional Development Project

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The goal of the Engineering Inclusive Teaching: Faculty Professional Development project is to provide strategies and resources to help engineering faculty create education experiences that engage, support and facilitate the persistence of underrepresented…


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The goal of the Engineering Inclusive Teaching: Faculty Professional Development project is to provide strategies and resources to help engineering faculty create education experiences that engage, support and facilitate the persistence of underrepresented groups in STEM, especially diverse groups of women. For more information about EIT, go to wskc.org/eit.

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