OPEN Math: Inclusion and Inquiry: Fostering Student Belonging and Ownership (Part 1)

Starts:  Jul 11, 2023 01:00 PM (ET)
Ends:  Jul 13, 2023 04:00 PM (ET)

How do we create rich mathematical learning environments that support all students in becoming collaborative and creative mathematical practitioners? Active and student-centered inquiry-based mathematics instruction can be key to responding to this question, but if we don’t intentionally attend to social interactions in our mathematics classrooms, we risk creating environments where broader societal biases and positioning can harm our students. Participants and facilitators will work together as a community of educators to utilize video, research literature, and classroom artifacts to reflect on our teaching practices and develop teaching strategies that empower all of our students to find mathematical success. In addition to the 27 contact hours, participants should plan for 3-5 hours of structured, asynchronous work per week. Both new and experienced instructors who are interested in or use student-centered teaching practices in their college mathematics classrooms are invited to participate. 

Gulden Karakok, Roberto Soto, Elizabeth Thoren & Rebecca Glover 


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