With support from Starting Strong to Finish, Carnegie Math Pathways convened a panel of experts in teaching math using social justice contexts to develop an instructional guide to support math educators and students in the effective use of social justice-themed lessons. The newly available resource offers a framework for how justice and mathematics education intersect along with practical suggestions and resources to help you effectively integrate different aspects of social justice into your practice. In this webinar, delivered in partnership with AMATYC, the designers share further context on the development of the guide as well as insights and ideas from the guide itself.
Shandy Hauk, Associate Professor of Mathematics at San Francisco State University and Senior Researcher at WestEd
Victor Piercey, Professor of Mathematics and the Director of General Education at Ferris State University
Scott Strother, Senior Researcher at WestEd