From Inclusion to Inqu[ee]ry: Methods of Supporting LGBTQ+ Students in K–12 Mathematics
Presented by Brandie E. Waid
This session will focus on how to create more equitable mathematics experiences for LGBTQ+ students in K–12 mathematics. We will discuss examples highlighted in Brandie E. Waid’s November MTLT article, “Supporting LGBTQ+ Students in K–12 Mathematics,” as well as introduce new examples of inclusion and inqu[ee]ry. Participants are encouraged to bring their own ideas, questions, and experiences for this interactive session.
The live webinar will be available to all. The recording and related materials will only be available to NCTM members. In advance of the webinar the November Front and Center article, Supporting LGBTQ+ Students in K–12 Mathematics, by Brandi Waid will be available for all from February 10 – 17, 2021.
Mar 09, 2021 07:00 PM : Positioning Multilingual Learners for Success in Elementary Mathematics (Open to All)
Professor Kathryn Chval will share what she has learned from exceptional teachers who establish conditions for student success in elementary school mathematics classrooms. She will discuss specific strategies and images of practice that facilitate access, engagement, and inclusion of children learning mathematics in languages that differ from their first languages—multilingual learners.It’s time to reimagine what’s possible, celebrate the brilliance multilingual learners bring to today’s mathematics classrooms, and position them as leaders.