Boston University: Fostering Science Communication and STEM Learning

Meet Dr. Nicholas Gross, a scientist-educator, who is leading conversations on and innovations in the role of improvisation in STEM classrooms. In this video interview, you hear a small part of how improvisation provides a language for the kinds of interactions desired in the classroom. You can work with Dr. Gross to learn performance-based approaches to improve science communication in a Creating Conversations in STEM Classrooms workshops. He is also part of the organizing committee for the Cultivating Ensembles in STEM Education and Research conference that takes place bi-annually.

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