Teaching College Mathematics With, About, and For Social Justice
Developed by leading experts organized by Carnegie Math Pathways and with support from Strong Start to Finish, Teaching College Mathematics With, About, and For Social Justice provides a framework to understand how mathematics and social justice are intertwined as well as strategies and resources to help college instructors create productive and impactful social justice-focused math learning experiences.
Educators can use this guide to help promote equity and inclusion in higher education and prepare students to use their mathematical skills to promote positive change in their communities. It contains helpful guidance on:
- Creating an equitable classroom that recognizes different perspectives and helps students build their critical thinking
- Managing and focusing challenging conversations on the instructional goals
- Helping students see mathematics as a tool to address real-world issues
Download the guide to learn more or check out the Carnegie Math Pathways’ webinar recording for a walk through of the elements of the guide.
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