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Black, Indigenous, and Latinx Parents as Intellectual Resources: From Optional to Imperative
"Casio Education U.S. is proud to sponsor and partner with TODOS in this first webinar in a series of webinars focused on ""Equity in Education"".


Dr. Maria del Rosario Zavala, Associate Professor of Elementary Education
Mathematics/Bilingual Education
San Francisco State Graduate College of Education

Dr. Marta Civil
Professor of Mathematics Education and Roy F. Graesser Chair
Associate Head for Entry-Level Instruction, Department of Mathematics
The University of Arizona

Webinar Description:

The role of parents in supporting mathematics learning at home is often framed as supporting the development of academic skills learned at school, creating a power dynamic that positions the school as the site for superior knowledge. Further, many parents who are Black, Indigenous, and/or Latinx may experience racism or discrimination against their home cultures and languages. In our session, we will discuss how parents are intellectual resources for the teaching and learning of mathematics who can support the development of their children’s mathematical agency in and out of the mathematics classroom. We will look at how to restructure schools and parent partnerships to work together towards social justice in mathematics education and draw on examples from the MAPPS project and other research to illustrate potential considerations and pathways forward.

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Certificate of Attendance available upon request after attending live webinar."

Aug 4, 2020 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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