Washtenaw Intermediate School District

Responsive Mathematics Institute Session 18/25/2017

 

Conference Overview
The Responsive Mathematics Institute is an opportunity for educators to examine mathematics instruction from an equity perspective. Participants will explore the following questions:

• How does identity influence one’s perception of math?
• What are strength based instructional models that can be implemented in the mathematics classroom?
• How can cultural modeling be embedded within the mathematics classroom?
• How have I imposed my biases on students?
• What privileges do I have because of my identity?
• How can we as educators develop a reflective practice?

There are six dates in this series, and you may register for any combination of them:

August 25 
Chezare Warren, Ph.D. - Michigan State University 
Erica Walker, Ph.D. - Teachers College, Columbia University 
 
August 26 
Erica Walker, Ph.D.  - Teachers College, Columbia University 
Ernest Morrell, Ph.D.  - Teachers College, Columbia University 
 
November 16
Lillie Albert, Ph.D.
Ernest Morrell, Ph.D.  - Teachers College, Columbia University 
Richard Milner, Ph.D. - University of Pittsburgh 
Jay Marks, Ph.D. - Oakland Schools 
 
November 17
Richard Milner, Ph.D. - University of Pittsburgh 
Pedro Noguera, Ph.D. - New York University 
 
January 18 
Ernest Morrell, Ph.D.  - Teachers College, Columbia University 
 
March 13
Christopher Emdin, Ph.D.  - Teachers College, Columbia University 
Dena Simmons, Ph.D. - Yale University 

 The cost is $35.00 for educators outside of Livingston and Washtenaw Counties.

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