Session Number

B-2

Grade Level

Grade Levels: All

Start Date

4-3-2016 10:30 AM

End Date

4-3-2016 11:30 AM

Description

This presentation takes an intricate look at the factors that motivate gifted and talented Black and Latino students to engage in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). According to the literature, the U.S. workforce could employ as many as 140,000 additional Black and Latino college graduates in STEM fields annually if the gap in college completion by Blacks and Latinos closed to roughly match that of the White and Asian student graduation rates. Thus, the goal of this presentation is to inform administrators, educators, and programs of a 5-step motivation-based process that encourages Black and Latino students to engage in STEM.

 
Mar 4th, 10:30 AM Mar 4th, 11:30 AM

Session B-2: Is STEM Truly for All: Motivating Black and Latino Students to Engage in STEM

This presentation takes an intricate look at the factors that motivate gifted and talented Black and Latino students to engage in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). According to the literature, the U.S. workforce could employ as many as 140,000 additional Black and Latino college graduates in STEM fields annually if the gap in college completion by Blacks and Latinos closed to roughly match that of the White and Asian student graduation rates. Thus, the goal of this presentation is to inform administrators, educators, and programs of a 5-step motivation-based process that encourages Black and Latino students to engage in STEM.

 

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