A Systematic Approach to Equitable Mathematics Learning
PURPOSE: Provide educators at all levels and stakeholders in the community with opportunities/ strategies to achieve equity with respect to student learning outcomes in Mathematics. Educators must have the knowledge, skills, and disposition necessary to support effective equitable mathematics teaching and learning. Providing a space to demonstrate equity-based mathematics requires more than implementing a new framework or curriculum, but noticing students, learning about the worlds they live in, and building mathematics that comes from these worlds.
AUDIENCE: Teachers, Administrators, ParaProfessionals, and Instructional Coaches.
KEYNOTE: Cydney Rolle - Baltimore County Public Schools & Lisa Andrew - President & CEO - SVEF
Cydney is an educator with over 25 years of experience. She supports
the curriculum development and professional learning of teachers
and building leaders across the district. Cydney trains educators on
how to incorporate equitable math practices in the classroom.
She has presented in regional and state conferences on the use
of reading strategies to support struggling readers in mathematics.
Isabel Garcia - SCCOE
Culturally Responsive Pedagogy & Mathematics
Brian Dunnicliffe - Texas Instruments
Making your STEM Program Work: Ensuring Learning and Fun Collide
Daniel Kline - Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival
Building Math Communities that Inspire Joy and Confidence
Cydney Rolle - Hand2Mind
Evidence-Based Math Practices For Students of Color: What's SEL Have To Do With It?
PLEASE NOTE that this event will be hybrid. All registrants have the choice to attend virtually or in-person. For those interested in attending in-person, the event will be held at Quimby Oak Middle School.