Inclusive Teaching and Revised on Campus Ramps

Math Students and Professor Nordmoe in Applied Stats.

InTRO


Inclusive Teaching and Revised On Campus Ramps (InTRO) is a priority within KCIE.

With this priority we seek to provide students taking entry-level science and math courses with clearer entry points to those disciplines and guidance to potential careers. This work is in collaboration with the faculty of the science division.

Campus Collaborations

Learning Commons

Working closely with the other members of the Learning Commons Center, Dr. Rachel Love, Director of the new Science, Math, Business, and Economics (SMBE) Learning Centers, is in charge of coordinating the peer-led learning support for students taking introductory courses in these areas.

This work focuses on revising introductory science and math curriculum to integrate career guidance, emphasize shared concepts among disciplines and enhance academic support centers.

We will seek to provide students taking entry-level science and math courses with clearer entry points to those disciplines and guidance to potential careers.

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Dr. Rachel Love

New Course Offering

Interdisciplinary Elective 295 – Pedagogy for Peer Supports

In Interndisciplinary Elective 295 (IDSY-295), Dr. Love will introduce students to the fundamentals of pedagogy and teach them strategies for helping peers with diverse backgrounds and learning styles strengthen their academic skills.

This course will be available Spring 2023

Course Innovation Grants Program

The purpose of this program is to support STEM faculty interested in working with and learning from other faculty to implement effective, inclusive pedagogical practices into their courses.

Questions about INTRO?

For questions relating to the KCIE INTRO goal please contact Binney Girdler at Binney.Girdler@kzoo.edu.