About the Event
Join your TCU math pathways colleagues for the second TCU-Carnegie Math Pathways virtual convening!
- Connect with colleagues across campuses
- Share experiences around online course implementation
- Discover strategies to test that support student persistence and success online or in-person
- Take part in lively community building
- Gain knowledge and perspective from voices in the field
Participation is free and flexible—come and go as your schedule allows.
Who should participate?
We welcome math faculty, administrators, and student support staff from Tribal Colleges and Universities currently implementing Carnegie Math Pathways course solutions.
Featured Speaker: Dr. Jameson David Lopez
Moving Indigenous Statistics and Survey Research with Indigenous People
Friday, April 23, 2021
2:10 – 3:10 p.m. Eastern / 11:10 – 12:10 p.m. Pacific
Description: When thinking about the limitations of the institutional and national datasets using Indigenous populations, researchers need to consider that most research designs do not adequately address methodological issues associated with small and unrepresentative samples of Natives. To truly understand the limitations of data in Indigenous communities and more justly represent them requires engaging Indigenous communities to address the complexities of Indigenous data. Exploring and evaluating current research that uses data with Indigenous communities, we’ll discuss how to create measures within the context of specific tribal communities that privilege community notions of being and knowing.