Equitable Teaching Practices in Math Class
Make Math Moments PD Pathways optimize your time and resources so you can spend time where it matters — with your students. We’ve mapped out a customized pathway that will streamline your learning and give you practice lessons to use with your students.
Learn with our courses, podcasts, webinars, and virtual summit sessions in an order that maximizes your learning while minimizing time.
What You'll Learn:
- How to teach with problem based lessons that are accessible to all learners;
- Why math class rewards extroverts and how to structure our math class to engage ALL students on an introvert / extrovert spectrum;
- How relationships help build / or wreck a student’s ability to identify as a mathematician.
- Why it’s so important that we educators know our why.
- How math has to be a community endeavour
- How we can connect to student’s personal narratives and identities to help them build a self-image as competent mathematicians.
Who can access this PD Pathway?
The Tortoise & The Hare
Join Kyle & Jon as they explore the two systems for thinking in the brain and how mathematics education often only serves one. They’ll share the practical classroom lessons and routines that not only help you find the right balance in your mathematics program, but will also help your students to define an identity that they value in your math class.
Who Is A Mathematician
In this session, Hema Khodai hope’s to share her new learning and prompt you to consider – How do we connect to student’s personal narratives and identities to help them build a self-image as competent mathematicians?
How Can A Fractured Educator Teach The Whole Student? – An Interview with Hema Khodai
We speak with Hema today about her 2019 Make Math Moments Virtual Summit presentation called “Who is a Mathematician”. Hema’s session was one of the most watched sessions during our two-day virtual conference back in November.
What Does It Mean To Be An Anti-Racist Teacher of Mathematics? - Robert Q. Berry III
This session will examine the intersection between anti-racist teaching practices and mathematics teaching practices. We will unpack what it means to engage in anti-racist teaching practices and critically examine mathematics teaching practices with an anti-racist lens.
Using Student Thinking and Identity as the Center of a Classroom Experience – Faith Moynihan
How do we create a learning culture where all students see themselves as powerful and valuable learners? This session introduces teachers to technology and pedagogy for amplifying the voices of every student and developing their identities as mathematicians, helping them see their own value and the value of their peers.
Reimagining the work done in math classrooms: An Interview with Jose Vilson
We chat with Jose about how we should REIMAGINE THE WORK IN MATH CLASSROOMS, why trust and classroom culture are the most important parts of teaching and why Teacher Voice is important at the district level.