For a limited time, you can instantly access the complete set of 11 posters without charge. Simple in design, yet colorful and eye-catching, these posters challenge gender norms for nontraditional careers.
Summer 2018, I was interviewed by one of my professors from Purdue University for her podcast, Engineering Education Research Briefs. Fast forward to 16:40 to hear my portion.
Self-Efficacy and Explore Nontraditional Careers Pre-Conference Workshop Resources Download the Self-Efficacy workshop slide handouts Download the Explore Nontrad Careers workshop slide handouts Startling Statements (latest version with 2017 figures) Danger of the Single Story $1000 Egg: Implicit Bias and Schemas Self-Efficacy and Sticky Feedback Program Improvement Process for Equity: Pre-Conference Workshop Resources Download the PIPE […]
Finding the egg would have won me a $1000 prize. Not finding the egg won me an egg once worth $1000, and a good anecdote for explaining schemas and implicit bias.
Feedback and support from others is a source of our self-efficacy — the belief we have in ourselves to accomplish a task. Using a simple formula, we can adjust our feedback to be a super-booster for self-efficacy in others, through what I call, “Sticky Feedback.” Check out this video to learn how you can better encourage others to reach their goals.
Mr. Nerd Geek Stereotype, was reported missing and presumed dead on January 1, 2019. Multiple conflicting reports confuse investigators of his last whereabouts. Accounts vary, but one thing is certain: Mr. Nerd Geek Stereotype should not be missed.
You are one of the most engaging and inspiring speakers I have heard in years. On your feet, you managed to convince an audience of people that they could make a difference. We left feeling hopeful and inspired!
Thanks again for spending the time with us this past week [at Learning.com]. Everyone was very excited about the engineering curriculum you developed and especially your expertise and passion. This should be a great year for us promoting STEM, thanks to you.
Meagan is an excellent leader and coach because she challenges me appropriately, and gives specific, constructive feedback while ensuring I feel valued and positive about the work I am doing.
I wanted express my great appreciation and gratitude for the work that Meagan did in our workshop. Her enthusiasm, compassion, and professionalism in leading me and my colleagues through difficult, and often uncomfortable issues covered by your program was exemplary. If her comportment in our workshop was indicative of how NAPE as a whole advances […]