STEM curriculum reform presentation – Oct. 30

Diane Ebert-May, an expert in professional development in teaching, assessment and improvement of science curricula, will be visiting UW-Madison to give a presentation titled “STEM Curriculum Reform and Assessment of Student Learning.”

In her presentation, Ebert-May, a professor of plant biology at Michigan State University, will discuss transformation of STEM courses that are designed to use scientific practices for learning core ideas and building connections across curricula. She will describe frameworks and approaches for assessment and reform, and will share student learning data to inspire questions among participants.

The talk will be held on Friday, Oct. 30 from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in 132 Noland Hall.

More information about Ebert-May, and a link to her publications, can be found at

This event is sponsored by Biocore, WISCIENCE and Delta Program, and supported by the University Lecture Committee.

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