50 minutes | May 24, 2021

Leveraging Cultural Capital In The Math Classroom - An Interview with Thomasenia Lott Adams

Today we speak with Thomasenia Lott Adams from the University of Florida --- Go Gators! Thomasenia is a mathematics teacher educator/researcher with numerous accolations for teaching and the work she does with pre-service teachers. We speak with Tomasenia today about how we can use students’ cultural capital to empower learning, why promoting student voice is so important in math class, and why increasing the number of meaningful “touch points” in math class helps amplify student voice.You’ll Learn: How we can use students' cultural capital to empower learning in the math classroom;Why promoting student voice in the math classroom is so important;How you can strengthen mathematics literacy in your classroom. Why increasing the number of meaningful “touch points” in math class helps amplify student voice?Resources: NCTM → https://www.nctm.org/NCSM → https://www.mathedleadership.org/ Solution Tree Book Series DNAMath → http://www.dnamath.com/Registration for our 12-week course The Making Math Moments Online Workshop is open for registration. Learn more and register at https://makemathmoments.com/onlineworkshop/ Registration for our 12-week course The Making Math Moments Online Workshop is open for registration.Learn more and register at https://makemathmoments.com/onlineworkshop/
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