Teachers as Scholars 2021-22 Seminars
|1. What Can Joe Biden Learn from the Lessons of the Great Depression and the New Deal?||Nov. 16 & 30, 2021||Stanley N. Katz|
|AAS- Hidden Challenges in Vocabulary Learning: Words with Multiple Meanings When Learned by Autistic Children||November 30, 2021||Adele Goldberg|
|2. Interdisciplinary STEM Research||Dec. 1 & 8, 2021||Daniel J. Steinberg|
|3. Sex, Class, and Power: The Politics of Gender in Classic Hollywood Comedy||Dec. 3 &10, 2021||Maria DiBattista|
|4. Bringing Second Language Acquisition Research into the Foreign Language/ESL Classroom: L2 Vocabulary||UPDATE: April 1 & 8, 2022||James W. Rankin|
|5. Stories to Understand and Diversify Cultural and Gender Representation in Curriculum through Music||UPDATE: April 22 & 26, 2022||Ruth Ochs & Trineice Robinson- Martin|
|6. Using Robotics as a Pathway to Interdisciplinary STEM Education||Mar. 8, 2022||Anirudha Majumdar|
|7. 3D Printing, CNC Milling, and Laser and Die Cutting Workshop||May 6 & 12, 2022||Michael G. Littman|
|8. The Arctic Ocean: An Extreme and Rapidly Changing Environment||May 11, 2022||Daniel M. Sigman & Jesse R. Farmer|
|9. The Pre-Modern World: Issues and Resources||May 17, 2022||Jack Tannous & Helmut Reimitz|
|10. Learning with Neural Networks||May 26, 2022||Jason D. Lee|
Topic descriptions are provided in the downloadable TAS 2021-2022 Brochure.pdf .
The deadline to fill out the Online Registration Form for Teachers as Scholars and Administrators as Scholars is October 15, 2021.