Rachel Lambert
Speaker

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Rachel Lambert is an Associate Professor in Special Education and Mathematics Education at the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education at the University of California Santa Barbara. Her goal is to increase access to meaningful mathematics for students with disabilities. Dr. Lambert worked as a special educator and inclusive general education teacher for over ten years. Her work has focused on critical analysis of research in special education and mathematics education using a disability-study-in-education lens, as well as mathematical identity development and intersectionality for students of color with learning disabilities. You can find access to all her publications on mathematizing4all.com.

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Session

Jan 29, 2024 07:03 PM EDT

Unpacking Research Claims About the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics (Open to All)

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