Graduate teaching assistant professional development, culturally responsive pedagogy, biology education
My education research is focused on implementing and evaluating culturally responsive pedagogy in biology courses. I am also interested in how faculty and graduate teaching assistants approach diversity, equity, and inclusion in the science classroom.
Current Research Projects:
- Evaluate how faculty and universities support undergraduate students who are involved in faculty-mentored research.
- Determine efficacy of graduate teaching assistant professional development programs.
Black Lives Matter
Bio Sci 9B – Biology and Chemistry of Food and Cooking
Bio Sci 100 – Scientific Writing
Bio Sci D111L – Developmental and Cell Biology Lab
Ung, P., Yonezawa, M., Lee, S., and Cook, D. B. Thinking like a scientist. Peer-Reviewed Instructional Materials Online Database, 2020.
Lee, S. W., and Ing, M. Does the match between gender and race of graduate teaching assistants and undergraduates improve student performance in introductory biology? CBE Life Sciences Education, 19:ar57, 1-10, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1187/cbe.20-07-0137
Lee, S. W. The impact of a pedagogy course on the teaching beliefs of inexperience graduate teaching assistants. CBE Life Sciences Education, 18:ar5, 1-12, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1187/cbe.18-07-0137
Thompson, M., Pastorino, L., Lee, S., and Lipton, P. Research and Teaching: Re-envisioning the introductory science course as a cognitive apprenticeship. Journal of College Science Teaching, 46(1): 84-91, 2016.