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This is a forum for exchange and discussion regarding the future of STEP projects and is intended to accompany and extend the March 5th Wednesday night Forum at the STEP 2014 meeting. With the suspension of STEP and the implementation of IUSE, this is a critical time to reflect upon what we have learned from implementing STEP projects, and use this collective knowledge to guide future decisions. In this working group, we will have a facilitated conversation to identify vital features of STEP we have found to be essential to the success of our projects, features that we would like to see sustained and strongly supported in the future.The outcome will be a framework for a white paper or document that compiles our collective best practices from STEP and makes recommendations for future funding priorities. To contribute to this effort, please add your ideas and suggestions withing the appropriate discussion thread below. Thanks!!!

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This aim of this group is to provide a forum for fostering discussions, asking questions, sharing ideas, and connecting with others who are utilizing case studies to teach STEM. Subscribe to this group to ask (and answer) questions, start a discussion, or upload and share files, videos, or links you want to share or get feedback on.

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This working group, comprised of faculty and administrators committed to delivering culturally competent pedagogies in undergraduate STEM teaching, is intended to facilitate continued discussion and resource sharing for developing and improving the community of TIDES grantees. TIDES community members will focus on increasing the learning outcomes and retention of students historically underrepresented in the computer/information sciences and related STEM disciplines. You can participate by sharing your ideas, posting resources, and collaborating with others in this group to develop and disseminate new resources and tools.

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