ESCALA Poster/Presentation Showcase

A collection of student inquiry projects by HSU faculty and staff who completed the 27 hour ESCALA Certification in College Teaching and Learning in Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs). Of the 44 HSU faculty and staff who have participated in the program focused on culturally relevant pedagogical teaching practices, 24 have completed their certificate and an additional nine are in the process. This professional development opportunity was supported by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Inclusive Excellence Program Award #52008703 and a US Department of Education under the Hispanic Serving Institutions STEM Grant #P031C150193.

Liza BoyleAndre BuchheisterMargarita Otero-DiazChris Harmon

Liza Boyle

Influence of Attending Course-Specific Study Sessions on Exam Scores

Andre Buchheister

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Peer Review in the Quality of a Scientific Writing Assignment

Margarita Otero-Diaz

Impact of High Context Semester Project on Student Outcomes

Chris Harmon

P1. A Preliminary Look (Weather, Not Climate)

P2. The Impact of Culturally Relevant Pedagogies on Success Rates and Exam Scores in CHEM 109. Part 2: Knowledge Surveys

Mark Hemphill-HaleyMatthew Hurst

 

Kimberly Vincent-LaytonSonja Manor

Mark Hemphill-Haley

Encouraging First-Year Students to Attend Office Hours

Matthew Hurst

Creating an Equitable General Chemistry Course

Kimberly Vincent-Layton

The Influence of Instruction on Sense of Belonging

 

Sonja Manor

Collaboration, Inclusion, and 5 Minute Problems in College Algebra

Michele E. MiyamotoJasmine NunleyRuth SaundersAmy Sprowles

Michele E. Miyamoto

Micro-Teaching Strategies for HSIs

Jasmine Nunley

Using Academic Strategies to Promote Student Engagement and Community In and Out of the Classroom

Ruth Saunders

Voices in the Classroom: Broadening Participation Opportunities

Amy Sprowles

Rising Up from the B.O.G.: Searching for Equity Gaps in the Science 100 Break Out Group

Tracy SmithClaire TillArianna ThobabenDavid C. Tuttle

Tracy Smith

Honoring Aspirational Knowledge; Nunca te des por vencida(o)! (Never give up!)

Claire Till

Using Activity Cards to Learn Statistics

Arianna Thobaben

How Supplemental Instruction Impacts Students' Sense of Belonging: Research Findings and Classroom Strategies

David C. Tuttle

Effects of Highly Equitable Classroom Practices to Increase Student Success Rates in Discrete Mathematics

Sharon TuttleKimberly N. WhiteBrandilynn VillarrealEileen Cashman

Sharon Tuttle

A Higher-Context Design Recipe for Beginning Computer Programming

Kimberly N. White

The Low Stakes Path to High Equity in Brief Organic Chemistry

Brandilynn Villarreal

Doing More to Support Students’ Learning with the Ladder

Eileen Cashman

Equity of Voice