Catalyzing Change: Engaging in Critical Conversations & Taking Action to Empower & Engage Our Students in Math – 3/3/2020

Catalyzing Change: Engaging in Critical Conversations & Taking Action to Empower & Engage Our Students in Math

Presented by: Trena Wilkerson

Presented on:March 3, 2020

Participants will learn about NCTM’s 2020 Catalyzing Change in Early Childhood/Elementary and Middle School Mathematics: Initiating Critical Conversations that bridges the conversation begun with the 2018 Catalyzing Change in High School Mathematics. It identifies and addresses critical challenges in Pk-12 mathematics to ensure that each and every student has the mathematical experiences necessary to engage successfully in mathematics. We will explore the 4 key recommendations: 1) broadening the purposes of learning mathematics; 2) creating equitable system structures mathematics; 3) implementing equitable instructional practices that transform the teaching and learning experience for Pk-12 students; and 4) developing a deep understanding of mathematics, by examining implications, challenges, and potential actions—all with a goal toward cultivating a positive math identity and strong sense of math agency in each and every student.

Recommended Grade Level: K-12

Hosted by: Sheila Orr

Watch the full presentation at: https://www.bigmarker.com/GlobalMathDept/Catalyzing-Change-Engaging-in-Critical-Conversations-Taking-Action-to-Empower-Engage-Our-Students-in-Math

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