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Haynes R Miller
06:15
Welcome David!
Nan Sattler
07:34
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Sl_g8e4ODJbFnjt7u3ecZyZoPRC4VpJNlJL1Kqm1ui8/edit
Ron Buckmire (he/him)
07:41
hey everyone!!
Dave Kung (SMCM, he/him)
08:21
I’m keeping half an eye on 9 year olds (who are on spring break). Apologies if I have to step away.
Dave Kung (SMCM, he/him)
13:18
NOSS = National Organization for Student Success (for Christina Cobb)
Dave Kung (SMCM, he/him)
13:25
https://thenoss.org/
Ron Buckmire (he/him)
16:14
Moving to Texas?!
Su Doree (she), Augsburg Univ
16:15
Congrats Dave!!!
Ron Buckmire (he/him)
16:21
Congrats Dave!!
Deirdre L Smeltzer, MAA (she/her)
16:27
Congratulations!
Haynes R Miller
16:27
Excellent, Dave!
Ben Galluzzo
16:28
Congratulations!
Bree Ettinger
16:32
Congrats!
Rick Cleary (Babson College/ he/him)
16:41
Whoo-hoo!
Michelle Younker
16:43
Excellent!
Michelle Younker
19:59
https://www.ams.org/about-us/understanding-ams-history
Abbe Herzig (s/h/h)
21:10
The AMS report was more than a statement--it is a research project documenting the history of racism in the mathematics profession, the role of AMS in that history, and recommendations for AMS to address racism going forward.
Stan Yoshinobu (he/him)
23:36
Adriana Salerno also posted about this in the MAA Inclusion Exclusion Blog. https://blogs.ams.org/inclusionexclusion/2021/03/27/towards-a-fully-inclusive-mathematics-profession/
Dave Kung (Dana Center, he/him)
26:18
CBMS is working on a statement - with the goal of having the Presidents (or similar) of various orgs sign on. Abbe and I are on the writing team - aiming to have a draft by early May.
Rick Cleary (Babson College/ he/him)
28:42
In a similar vein, President Jenny Quinn and I are co-chairing an MAA Task Force to create a code of conduct for members. This grew from STEM Consortium efforts to fight sexual harassment and previous work last year by an MAA task force chaired by Francis Su. A draft of the report is up on MAA Connect this week as we seek community input.
Bree Ettinger
30:10
What is the timeline?
Dave Kung (Dana Center, he/him)
30:46
Here’s a great new resource - written for K-12 (esp. 6-8) but generally applicable. It’s not for those new to DEI work - it assumes lots of knowledge of Critical Race Theory, etc.: https://equitablemath.org/
Stan Yoshinobu (he/him)
32:24
I can also help.
Dave Kung (Dana Center, he/him)
32:38
Here’s the list of statements from different organizations (which Abbe mentioned): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dswiSwHnS-MYKO58oVs0xZny6iNie87L6IklOEXZ1l0/edit
Ben Galluzzo
33:25
Thanks
Paula Talley
33:51
Will you post the link to the agenda?
Dave Kung (Dana Center, he/him)
34:05
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Sl_g8e4ODJbFnjt7u3ecZyZoPRC4VpJNlJL1Kqm1ui8/edit?pli=1
Ron Buckmire (he/him)
34:08
I've never even HEARD of some of these tools! *Awesome* work.
Michelle Younker
34:29
Paula https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Sl_g8e4ODJbFnjt7u3ecZyZoPRC4VpJNlJL1Kqm1ui8/edit
Paula Talley
35:52
Thanks!
Haynes R Miller
37:14
Welcome, Robin!
Su Doree (she), Augsburg Univ
38:06
Research basis for how engagement (and more refined than just active vs. not) and its impact on learning/success and particularly for BIPOC
Su Doree (she), Augsburg Univ
38:25
What types of engagement . . .
Nan Sattler
38:34
Have any of you done any research on student engagement? Anyone at your institution?
Dave Kung (Dana Center, he/him)
38:37
ICAP
Su Doree (she), Augsburg Univ
39:15
ICAP is framework for understanding what engagement is.
Ron Buckmire (he/him)
39:24
paper: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00461520.2014.965823
Dave Kung (Dana Center, he/him)
39:50
Micki Chi: https://education.asu.edu/about/people/michelene-chi
Stan Yoshinobu (he/him)
40:54
There is also this paper by Ernest, et all 2019 that says https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10649-019-09910-w
Dave Kung (Dana Center, he/him)
41:32
Estrella Johnson found slightly lower performance among women in a highly interactive Inquiry Oriented Linear Algebra study.
Su Doree (she), Augsburg Univ
42:10
Freeman, et al Active Learning . . .
Dave Kung (Dana Center, he/him)
42:24
https://www.pnas.org/content/117/12/6476
Dave Kung (Dana Center, he/him)
42:45
title: “Active learning narrows achievement gaps for underrepresented students in undergraduate science, technology, engineering, and math”
Stan Yoshinobu (he/him)
42:56
Thanks Dave!
Stan Yoshinobu (he/him)
46:04
Another thing to note is that the “status quo” isn’t a neutral, safe place. There are major inequities with the existing structures. So that is another piece to address.
Haynes R Miller
46:44
The lack of such research, relative to other STEM disciplines, was called out years ago by the notorious PCAST report.
Stan Yoshinobu (he/him)
48:41
One thing I’ve have noticed with the TIMES groups (Estrella Johnson, et al), is that the format is real-time developing ideas together, and time/speed seems to be a factor in some of the implementation of IO.
Dave Kung (Dana Center, he/him)
48:42
(I love the collective knowledge on this call - such a great group!)
Paula Talley
50:28
https://www.cue-tools.usc.edu/publications
Stan Yoshinobu (he/him)
56:03
David - do you run into people who say something like “I don’t believe in social science?”
Dave Kung (Dana Center, he/him)
56:51
There’s good research on what helps move faculty toward evidence-based pedagogy - in different fields: https://www.aaas.org/resources/levers-change-assessment-progress-changing-stem-instruction
Haynes R Miller
57:21
And paradoxically the distance learning has helped here, by fostering conversation and by making it easier to visit other classrooms ….. while on the other hand the office down the hall from you is empty ….
Stan Yoshinobu (he/him)
58:22
Agree with Haynes. Distance learning has afforded us with unexpected help.
Nan Sattler (she/her)
58:58
It will be interesting to see what carryovers will exist when we are all back in the traditional classroom
Stan Yoshinobu (he/him)
01:00:20
About 20% of participants at IBL Workshops are from R1s.
Pengelley, David
01:00:44
The Levers for Change doc (thanks Dave) does indeed address this, and the data there does show "personal influence" as the biggest factor.
Ron Buckmire (he/him)
01:00:45
Has anyone else heard about the idea of a "T1 university"?
Paula Talley
01:00:51
Great conversation! I have to jump to another meeting
Paula Talley
01:00:53
https://www.amazon.com/Teaching-Across-Cultural-Strengths-Individuated/dp/1620363240
Ben Galluzzo
01:01:15
Ron, I haven't but interested to hear more
Deirdre L Smeltzer, MAA (she/her)
01:01:38
I have to hop off also … Thanks, all!
Stan Yoshinobu (he/him)
01:02:10
Need to run. Thank you all!
Rick Cleary (Babson College/ he/him)
01:02:28
Ron, great idea! A small step would be if R1 schools doing a program review invited at least one expert teacher instead of just small schools inviting an expert researcher.
Pengelley, David
01:02:40
I agree with Haynes re remote effects
Abbe Herzig (s/h/h)
01:02:55
I have to prepare for another meeting . . . great to meet/see you all!
Ron Buckmire (he/him)
01:03:18
The T1 idea comes from this symposium: https://sites.up.edu/reflect/events/
Dave Kung (Dana Center, he/him)
01:03:29
@David - I think the SEMINAL project is making some inroads at R1 schools. Also, TPSE has a lot of standing with R1 schools - part of why this group exists!
Pengelley, David
01:03:50
Yes, I too think SEMINAL is having impact
Dave Kung (Dana Center, he/him)
01:03:58
Thanks all - esp. Nan & Su for organizing us.
Haynes R Miller
01:04:05
Great meeting, Nan and Su
Ben Galluzzo
01:04:46
Thank you!
Michelle Younker
01:04:55
Thank you!