Enabling Underprepared Students to Succeed in STEM Majors
STEM subjects are challenging for all students. Underpre-pared students face even greater challenges. Often “under-preparedness” does not reflect native ability, but results from prior schooling, compounded by students’ psycho-socio-economic environment. Such students are unlikely to succeed without carefully designed support. I will describe how STEM learning environments and curricula can be de-signed to promote the holistic development and success of underprepared students.
Grayson, Diane, "Enabling Underprepared Students to Succeed in STEM Majors" (2018). Public Lecture Series. 131.