Science education: he Center for Scientific Teaching at Yale leads a national effort to transform undergraduate science teaching at colleges and universities across the United States. We employ the evidence-based method of scientific teaching and its cornerstones – active learning, diversity, and assessment – in programs to train faculty, instructors, postdoctoral scholars, and graduate students in teaching and mentoring. We reinforce this effort with evaluation and research designed to advance the theory and practice of scientific teaching. By promoting better teaching, our aim is to inspire a larger, more diverse population of college students to pursue majors and careers in science.
How did you first learn about PULSE
Through colleagues involved in the National Academies Summer Institutes
If you are an undergraduate life science educator, department chair, or administrator, we invite you to join PULSE and make your department a model of Vision and Change in undergraduate life science education!