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Making Science Personal: Inclusivity-Driven Design for General-Education Courses.

  title={Making Science Personal: Inclusivity-Driven Design for General-Education Courses.},
  author={C. O'donnell and E. Prather and P. Behroozi},
  journal={arXiv: Physics Education},
  • C. O'donnell, E. Prather, P. Behroozi
  • Published 2020
  • Mathematics, Physics
  • arXiv: Physics Education
  • General-education college astronomy courses offer instructors both a unique audience and a unique challenge. For many students, such a course may be their first time encountering a standalone astronomy class, and it is also likely one of the last science courses they will take. Thus, in a single semester, primary course goals often include both imparting knowledge about the Universe and giving students some familiarity with the processes of science. In traditional course environments, students… CONTINUE READING

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