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How Can We Disrupt Ideologies Around Normalcy, Difference, and Identity that Dis/able Students in Mathematics Education?Authors Yeh and Ellis invite you to listen to Emilia Frias, pictured above, who teaches 5th and 6th graders classified with moderate and severe disabilities. The Need to Disrupt Normalcy in Mathematics Education There is wide agreement that when mathematics curriculum and pedagogy value and build on students’ cultural identities and ways of knowing this... Read More
How to Center Equity and Humanize the Process of Coming Back Together: A Focus on Joy and Justice in STEM EducationListen to Dr. Kirkland’s presentation at the Noyce Summit. It would be an understatement to say that we are living through life-changing and challenging times. We are facing multiple pandemics: the health crisis precipitated by COVID; the social crisis reignited by the murders of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and George Floyd; and the economic crisis... Read More
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