Math can be a powerful tool for identifying and disrupting the effects of racism. Developing strong skills in proportional reasoning and statistical literacy and carrying this reasoning into the world, prepares students to recognize the effects of racism and to critically question and respond to real world issues.
This professional development activity/course is designed for:
In this workshop, we will explore how to teach math that students can use to think critically about the world. We’ll use materials from The Change Agent, a resource that is free to Massachusetts teachers. It provides examples of how to prepare students to recognize injustice through proportional reasoning and statistical literacy.
Facilitated by Sarah Lonberg-Lew & Mark Trushkowsky
For more information, including how to register: sabes.org/event/38051