STEM Pedagogy Affiliate
Brad Moser is Teaching Faculty at Plymouth State, where he teaches physics and astronomy and directs programming at the planetarium. He has a longstanding interest in education research and throughout his teaching career has explored constructivist models of pedagogy, application-centered introductory courses, and alternative grading formats such as specifications grading and ungrading.
Brad also hosts the STEM education podcast Physics Alive. Each episode focuses on exciting, forward-thinking, and practical developments from physics and STEM education research and inspiring educators. He interviews teachers who employ innovative and active learning styles, researchers on the frontiers of education, practitioners who use physics in their careers, and catalysts for change on important social issues in the STEM community.
For the CoLab, Brad is pleased to offer and organize talks, workshops, and podcast episodes that focus on the challenges and opportunities in teaching STEM courses and that explore the cluster learning model.