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"Microaggressions" in engineering education: Climate for Asian, Latina and White women
  • M. M. Camacho, S. Lord
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE)
  • 12 October 2011
How do women experience the climate of engineering undergraduate education? How is this shaped by race/ethnicity? Using a focus group methodology, we interviewed women who self-identify as Asian,Expand
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Latinos and Latinas in the borderlands of education Researching minority populations in engineering
  • S. Lord, M. M. Camacho
  • Sociology, Computer Science
  • IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE)
  • 1 October 2013
We use the “borderlands of education” as a metaphor for studying processes of educational exclusion in engineering and the social forces that create them. Expand
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Proven practices that can reduce stereotype threat in engineering education: A literature review
We provide an easy to use and research supported list of best practices to reduce stereotype threat in engineering education. Expand
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Uso de dispositivos móviles para el desarrollo de las prácticas de laboratorio utilizando una herramienta on line
Laboratory practices allow students to learn concepts and develop competencies that contribute to making sense of the theory of the subject in question. That is why, in many cases, they play aExpand
Special session: Race and the idea of privilege in the engineering classroom
White privilege is an important concept when considering issues such as social justice, the internal “culture” of engineering education and systematic change in engineering education . Expand
Interactive theatre to engage faculty in difficult dialogues: First implementation
We discuss the first Interactive Theatre presentation at USD including the Interactive theatre method, results from the climate study we conducted to provide data for developing the skits, details of the interactive theatre experience, responses from the attendees, and key lessons learned. Expand
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