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EIT in the WSKC

Gretal Leibnitz, Co-PI/Project Director, EIT Project

"As a small NSF-funded project, EIT is leveraging the WSKC to help us reach a broad audience of engineering faculty interested in crafting inclusive learning environments."

 

 

 

 

 

 

Want to know the latest, research-based, inclusive teaching practices? Too busy to sift through information yourself?

 
The Engineering Inclusive Teaching (EIT): Faculty Professional Development program can help! EIT helps busy engineering educators engage ALL students, especially diverse women and underrepresented minority men!
 
Join us in live or recorded webinars to:  
  • Learn from social scientists the latest research, and
  • Discuss with master engineering educators tips and tactics to translate research to practice for crafting best-practice, inclusive classrooms!

Read  the EIT project overview and access our downloadable resources.

Check out the Engineering Inclusive Teaching (EIT) Webinar Series

 

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EIT Evaluation Report - Check out how we are doing

 

Stay tuned for the results of the survey many of you completed to help inform the project's future work.

 

Spread the Word about Engineering Inclusive Teaching (EIT)

 

Please pass along this brochure to those who you think would be interested in participating! The program is FREE and promises to provide numerous practical tips and applications for creating and enhancing an inclusive Engineering learning environment.

Have questions? We welcome any inquiries. Please feel free to Gretal Leibnitz at Leibnitz@wepan.org

 

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The material on this site related to the EIT program is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) under Grant No. 1203164. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.