Media Publications

“How to make STEM safe for Women: A Research-Based Guide”
by Dr. Janette Hughes 

On this International Women’s Day, we share Dr. Janette Hughes’ How to Make STEM Safe for Women: A Research-based Guide.

Women are suffering, daily. Talk to them. Learn from them. Let them lead. What are we waiting for?

The sequel to How to Harass Women in STEM: A Research-based Guide.

Click here, or on the image below, to read.

 

“How to Harass Women in STEM: A Research-Based Guide”
by Dr. Janette Hughes 

Workplace harassment is often silent, insidious, appearing harmless — or worse, normal — to those observing from the outside. To the victim, however, the effects are far-reaching and very real. Following her recent appearances and keynote addresses on the current culture of STEM, Dr. Hughes has created this informative “guide” on harassing women in STEM… and how to start being part of the solution, instead. Click here, or on the image below, to read.

 


“Meaningful Making: Establishing a Makerspace in Your School or Classroom”
by Dr. Janette Hughes 

A document posted onto the Ontario Ministry of Education website, written by Dr. Janette Hughes, discussing what educators need to know and understand about Maker pedagogies  and how these pedagogues support student learning across subject areas. Click on the picture below to read the full document.

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“How to Help Kids Innovate From an Early Age”
by Dr. Janette Hughes

This article explores how Makerspaces help to improve student behavior, facilitate the development of students’ skills, and promote educational principles through interdisciplinary spaces. Click on the picture below to read the full article.

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