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Abstract Title: Characterizing practices and resources for inclusive physics learning
Abstract: Fostering inclusive physics learning environments is an important aspect of improving physics culture and teaching. We interviewed physics faculty who are actively working to make their classrooms and departments more inclusive. We characterized the inclusive practices these faculty described and the resources – e.g., the knowledge, dispositions, commitments – that fuel or support them. This paper will give examples of these resources and practices for inclusive physics learning, illustrating both the breadth and richness of resources physics faculty are using and the ways in which those resources are enacted in teaching strategies and departmental actions.
Abstract Type: Contributed Poster Presentation

Author/Organizer Information

Primary Contact: Laura A. Wood
Seattle Pacific University
and Co-Presenter(s)
Dr. Amy D. Robertson

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