Developing Powerful Creators of Mathematics through Rich Argumentation Discourse
Presented by Jennifer Knudsen , Teresa Lara-Meloy and Harriette Stevens
Argumentation discourse has the potential to help students develop as powerful users and creators of mathematics in a classroom community. This requires specific attention to creating safe environments to engage all youth. Come learn how to help your students take on mathematical authority through rich activities and powerful teaching moves.
Jul 01, 2020 07:00 PM : Making Math Culturally Relevant Through Experiential Learning
Culturally relevant teaching is important, but it can seem like an impossible task to do it well. Often the missing ingredient in the classroom is student choice. Allowing students to develop their own projects gives them a space that honors who they are as individuals, helping them to form and develop their mathematical identities.