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Preparing a Stem Workforce through Career-Technical Education : Summer 2017

(New Directions for Community Colleges Jossey Bass Higher and Adult Education)

Smith, Dimitra Jackson (EDT)   Starobin, Soko (EDT)

Jossey-Bass Inc Pub 2018/06
100 p. 23 cm   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: US
ISBN: 9781119428336
KCN: 1028307870
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This volume examines STEM education, preparation, and career exploration--and the role of career and technical education (CTE) in preparing individuals for the STEM workforce.
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EDITORS' NOTES 5 Dimitra Jackson Smith, Soko Starobin Introduces the issue theme of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, preparation, and career exploration and the role of career and technical education in preparing individuals for the STEM workforce. 1. Community College Pathways to the STEM Workforce: What Are They, Who Follows Them, and How? 9 Michelle Van Noy, Matthew Zeidenberg Chapter 1 provides a landscape of community college pathways, characteristics of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) students, and innovative approaches to curriculum, pedagogy, and course development and delivery for students in STEM programs. 2. A Researcher-Practitioner Partnership on Remedial Math Contextualization in Career and Technical Education Programs 23 Xueli Wang, Yan Wang, Amy Prevost Chapter 2 highlights the essential nature of the role of partnerships in contextualized math course offerings at a large urban 2-year technical college. 3. An Evolving Entrepreneurship Simulation as a Vehicle for Career and Technical Education 35 Edgar E. Troudt, Stuart A. Schulman, Christoph Winkler Chapter 3 provides insight into entrepreneurial simulation as a vehicle for career and technical education. 4. How Community Colleges Are Closing the Skills Gap Through CTE and STEM Funding Innovations 45 Kimberly Lowry, Tricia Thomas-Anderson Chapter 4 discusses the role of funding in 2-year and 4-year institutions and highlight promising funding avenues to improve community college student success, performance, and graduation rates. 5. The Case for Evaluating Student Outcomes and Equity Gaps to Improve Pathways and Programs of Study 55 Debra D. Bragg Chapter 5 highlights the importance of program evaluation in CTE and STEM pathways and programs for underserved student populations, with a particular focus on Pathways to Results, which began in Illinois. 6. Unwelcoming Classroom Climates: The Role of Gender Microaggressions in CTE 67 Jaime Lester, Brice Struthers, Aoi Yamanaka Chapter 6 discusses gender inequities in CTE classrooms as well as faculty-student interactions and the overall landscape of genderrelated nuances in CTE courses via an ethnographic case study. 7. Recruiting and Retaining Women in Information Technology Programs (Practices and Challenges in Iowa Community Colleges) 79 Yu (April) Chen, Arlene de la Mora, Mari Kemis Chapter 7 highlights the challenges and exemplary practices related to recruiting and retaining women in IT. 8. Implications for Policy and Practice: Summary of the Volume and Lessons for the Future of CTE Programs and STEM 91 Dimitra Jackson Smith Chapter 8 concludes with a summary of the aforementioned chapters, implications for policy and practice, and lessons for the future related to CTE programs and STEM education. INDEX 97