This is a section of Leaders in Effective and Inclusive STEM: Twenty Years of the Institute for Scientist & Engineer Educators, edited by Scott Seagroves, Austin Barnes, Anne J. Metevier, Jason Porter, & Lisa Hunter. See the introduction for a more complete discussion and outline.
Articles with international perspectives:
Two members of the ISEE PDP community provide an international perspective on STEM and education in this section.
- In his contribution, Sebastiano Cantalupo describes graduate-level astrophysics courses with an emphasis on scientific practices that he designed and taught at universities in Switzerland and Italy; he compares the emphasis on practice to classical approaches to teaching and learning.
- The next essay from Barry Cense discusses his experiences using inquiry teaching and learning techniques in different cultural contexts.