Very intelligent article on community colleges and student success in this month’s ASA Footnotes.
Rosenbaum & Rosenbaum, 2012 “Sociologically Smart… Student Success”
- Dr. Lara Perez-Felkner, PhD
- STEM Links
- Video commentary on research findings
We’re still getting press inquiries but nearly a month post-publication, this article has resonated, and motivating me to keep engaging in conversations with the sharp…
2017: Coverage of Frontiers in Psychology article “Gendered Pathways: How Mathematics Ability Beliefs Shape Secondary and Postsecondary Course and Degree Field Choices”, co-authored with Samantha…
Maybe this is part of why women only earn one-fifth of the bachelors’ degrees in engineering, computer science and physics: Girls are as good at math as boys are, but they don’t think they are.
Originally posted on Bridge to Tomorrow: It’s a shocking and stubborn problem: Women only earn about 20% of the bachelors’ degrees in engineering, computer science…
Girls and boys perceive their ability differently in challenging mathematics contexts –> with consequences for majors
Our new paper: Girls’ confidence level, not math ability hinders path to science degrees http://news.fsu.edu/news/2017/04/06/challenge-girls-confidence-level-not-math-ability-hinders-path-science-degrees/#.WOZbISg2zk0.twitter … @floridastate @samnixmills w/ Kirby Thomas #girlsinSTEM #mathability #perceptions #diversity @fsu_education…