Breaking Boundaries: Pressing Issues in Equity, Computing, and Problem-Solving in STEM Undergraduate Education

  • Anna Bargagliotti, Dorothea Herreiner, Jeffrey A. Phillips Loyola Marymount University

Abstract

The April 2017 National Science Foundation-funded Breaking the Boundaries in STEM Education conference brought together Southern California science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) faculty to explore equity, problem-solving, and computing in an interdisciplinary manner. Two main research questions guided the overall scope of the conference: (1) What are the common threads across disciplines to approach the teaching and learning of skills that are relevant in STEM? (2) What are the challenges and barriers that need to be overcome in order to foster collaboration across disciplines to impact the teaching and learning of skills relevant in STEM? We describe the background of the conference and provide an overview of the questions addressed.

Published
2018-07-01
How to Cite
Anna Bargagliotti, Dorothea Herreiner, Jeffrey A. Phillips. (2018). Breaking Boundaries: Pressing Issues in Equity, Computing, and Problem-Solving in STEM Undergraduate Education. Journal of Research in STEM Education, 4(1), 2-12. Retrieved from https://j-stem.net/index.php/jstem/article/view/31
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