Selected items from the model of culturally responsive teaching from Hernandez, C. M., Morales, A. R., & Shroyer, M. G. (2013). The development of a model of culturally responsive science and mathematics teaching. Cultural Studies of Science Education, 8(4), 803-820.
Facilitating Knowledge Construction
Jett, C. C. (2013). Culturally Responsive Collegiate Mathematics Education: Implications for African American Students. Interdisciplinary Journal of Teaching and Learning 3(2), 102-116.
Kleinman, Zoe. ( 4/14/17) Artificial Intelligence: How to Avoid Racist Algorithms." BBC News, Technology.
Not an article about teaching per se, but a good example of an issue in computer science that speaks to the theme of cultural responsiveness that could be included in a class.
McGee, E., & Bentley, L. (2017). The Equity Ethic: Black and Latinx College Students Reengineering Their STEM Careers toward Justice. American Journal of Education, 124(1), 1-36.
"Part of the discourse in STEM classrooms should pertain to how science and technology can be used to ameliorate human suffering and address environmental issues. These conversations should be explored as a means to maintain and increase student satisfaction and engagement,as some students in this study expressed frustration at the lack of humanitarian values in their STEM fields....Studies have been done that point to diversity as a means to fuel innovation, but the present study contributes to the literature by suggesting that a more diverse workforce could direct and harness technological output in ways that diminish health, economic, environmental, and quality-of-life disparities." (p. 28)