IMPLICIT ASSOCIATION TEST
Do you have an unconscious bias about women in STEM? Try this simple and fun test and see what results you get! This test is based on a research tool used to reveal and assess people’s thought processes.
Explore folks who have made contributions to STEM using this interactive timeline.
DISCUSSING DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION IN STEM using the Poster Series
The Women in STEM stories and posters can be used to explore equity, diversity, and inclusivity (EDI) with your students.
It includes 6 separate units; each PDF is 4 to 20 pages.
DESIGNING A BRIGHTER FUTURE
Designed to focus on the energy crisis and the environment, these resources explore the contributions of a diversity of individuals. These emphasize that all passionate people (regardless of gender, age, ethnicity or socio-economic status) can pursue studies and careers in STEM.
It includes 5 separate units; each PDF is 5 to 14 pages.
DIVERSITY AND SUSTAINABILITY IN OCEAN SCIENCE (PDF)
This resource will help you discuss and identify the barriers women and non-binary persons may face, using possible scenarios from the world of ocean sciences. The PDF includes 21 pages.
TIMELINE SHOWCASING UNDERREPRESENTED GROUPS IN OCEAN SCIENCES (PDF)
To illustrate how underrepresented groups have contributed to ocean science, this resource provides a lesson plan of how to build a timeline so that you can explore the historic contributions made by marginalized groups with your students.This PDF includes 8 pages.
HANDOUT – STANDING UP TO GENDER BIAS in STEM (PDF)
This two page resource explores gender equity in STEM. It includes infographics and discussion questions designed to stimulate small-group discussions. This project is a partnership between the Canadian Commission for UNESCO, the Laurier Centre for Women in Science, and Ingenium – Canada’s museums of science and innovation.
COLOURING SHEETS (PDF)
Download your own free colouring sheets based on the poster series. Once you’ve created your masterpiece, share it with us!
This PDF includes 29 pages.
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