Playlist: Inclusive Mathematics Classrooms

This playlist is created for the September 2022 Theme of the Month.

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Share your thoughts about this month's theme with the panelists and the community.
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  • Icon for: Kathryn Chval

    Kathryn Chval

    September 20, 2022 | 08:21 p.m.
  • Icon for: Ibidunni Osundare

    Ibidunni Osundare

    September 20, 2022 | 09:55 p.m.

    The panels and facilitators of the critical theme indicated the main implements based on the mathematical theories—the mathematical technology assistance based on the tiers and inclusive students. 

    Yes, Professional Development Sessions provide for all institutional teachers, faculties, and professors on how and what the students are strong and building learnings and communications for them.

    If the students force into interventional tiers in which the subjects are new environmental supports. They understand the word maps when they let them know and recall the recent changes.

  • September 21, 2022 | 12:35 p.m.

    Welcome all to the discussion on Inclusive Mathematics Classrooms. Our panelists will check in and reply during the week. Please post comments, queries, or share your own experiences. Thanks Kathryn Chval for posting two resources related to Multilingual learners (see first post.) I look forward to hearing from you!  _ Joni

  • Icon for: Salvador Huitzilopochtli

    Salvador Huitzilopochtli

    September 21, 2022 | 02:44 p.m.

    TODOS Mathematics for All has more position statements related to anti-racism (2020), multilingual learners (2021) , and social justice (2016). They are succinct and great resources that could add to the kinds of practices described in Dr. Jonee Wilson's video, ""Supporting Equitable Participation and Access" (see link above).

  • September 21, 2022 | 03:11 p.m.

    One key theme that emerged from our panel discussion was the importance for mathematics teachers to know their students as individuals and their strengths and challenges as learners. The Math for All video illustrates what you can learn when you ask students what helps them learn mathematics. If you are a math teacher, how do you get to know your students? Please share your strategies!

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