Achieving Equity-Mindedness and Meaningful Inclusion in Biology Lessons

In this workshop, participants explore techniques that develop students’ academic oral language skills through science and history topics. By integrating language and content, teachers create relevant lessons and enhance student motivation. These collaborative discussion tools also help students apply academic vocabulary and information from texts in engaging ways.

Dr. Catherine Quinlan

Associate Professor of Science Education
Howard University

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The need for student identification and belonging in the scientific community begins in the biology curriculum. This requires equity-mindedness and meaningful inclusion that supports equitable classroom practices and equity science content and pedagogy. This presentation focus’ on the rationale and benefit to teachers and students for developing equity-mindedness for meaningful inclusion. These lesson ideas and strategies are supported by the 3-dimensions of the Next Generation Science Standards.

 
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