Grace A. Chen
Department of Teaching and Learning
Grace A. Chen is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Teaching and Learning at Vanderbilt University. A former secondary school mathematics teacher, she studies how, why, and what mathematics teachers learn about race, power, and equity, with particular interests in identity, ethics, and affect. Her work on Asian Americans in STEM has been published in Race, Ethnicity, and Education; work with preservice teachers in Cognition and Instruction; work on pedagogical responsibility in Pedagogy, Culture, & Society; and practitioner-facing work in The Best of the Math Teacher Blogs 2015. Chen is a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow, presented a Twitter Math Camp keynote on the politics of teaching mathematics in 2017, and received the Peabody Faculty Council Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Leadership Award in 2018. Her dissertation focuses on how secondary mathematics teachers make sense of relational work.
How Do Teachers Learn to Work Against Oppressive Systems? | September 29, 2020