Brandie Waid
Speaker

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Dr. Brandie E. Waid is an independent math coach and scholar. She was previously an Assistant Professor of Teacher Education, specializing in K-12 mathematics and science, and has taught middle and high school mathematics in both New York City and Florida. Brandie is interested in the ways in which students’ intersectional identities manifest in mathematical spaces. Her current focus is on methods of humanizing mathematics for all students, particularly LGBTQ+ students. Brandie can be found on twitter at @MathTeach_BEW.

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Session

Jun 01, 2022 07:02 PM EDT

Political Conocimiento in Contemporary Times: Honoring LGBTQ+ Youth in Our Math Classrooms

Session

Feb 17, 2021 07:02 PM EDT

From Inclusion to Inqu[ee]ry: Methods of Supporting LGBTQ+ Students in K–12 Mathematics

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