Math for Identity and Belonging: Representing Data Creatively
Interested? Register ASAP!
Registration closes Wednesday, January 26th.
Data is all around us. One way to advance equity in the math classroom is to give students opportunities to look carefully at the data in their lives, collect it, and share it with others in a meaningful way. Through completing this workshop, you will practice this process for yourself so that you will be able to bring the experience to your students. You will choose something about your daily life to track, track it for a month, and then find a creative way to represent it and share it with the group. We will work through the steps of the process together, sharing ideas and support along the way.
Objectives: Through participation in this program, participants will…
Audience: The intended audience is educators in the field of adult education, especially those teaching at the pre-college level or lower; those in related fields are welcome.
How to attend: All meetings will be on Zoom. Participants will receive the link after registering. Over the set of sessions, please plan to miss no more than one. Five meetings will be with the large group; two meetings will be checking in with smaller groups. Attendance is required for final session.
Cost: There is no cost to participate. Membership in the Adult Numeracy Network is encouraged!
Continuing education hours: A certificate for fifteen continuing education hours will be awarded upon completion of the program. (1.5 hour meetings x 5) + (1 hour small group meetings x 2) + (5.5 hours independent work) = 15 hours
To register: Click here. Please register by Wednesday, January 26th.
Questions? Email Amy Vickers at firstname.lastname@example.org. Amy is the Past-President of the Adult Numeracy Network and currently a high school equivalency and math instructor at a Wisconsin technical college.