NCTM VIRTUAL CONFERENCE 

Implementing Core Practices for Math Coaches and Administrators to Improve Instruction

Matt O'brien

Queshonda Kudaisi

 

National Council for Teachers of Mathematics 

Fall 2020

 

NCTM VIRTUAL CONFERENCE 

IT TAKES A VILLAGE:
USING COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS TO IMPROVE MATHEMATICS PROGRAMS

Queshonda Kudaisi

 

National Council for Teachers of Mathematics 

Fall 2020

 

Family Engagement and Support in Math - Queshonda Kudaisi
 
Invited Speaker: Queshonda Kudaisi

January 27, 2021 7PM

FM² Series: Big Ideas Math

 

Being Black in Mathematics: Stories of Resilience

 

Recording of Live Event 

Invited Speaker: Queshonda Kudaisi

Host: Dr. Lou Matthews

June 17th, 2021

7:30 PM

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WHAT IS FOR FOR GRANTED Epic Birthday! (

WHAT IS POSSIBLE: APPROACHES TO MATHEMATICS EDUCATION RESEARCH 

Live Event Recording

 

Speaker: Dr. Christopher Dubbs

Dr. Dubbs is an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics at East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania. His research interests include the philosophy and ethics of mathematics education, issues of equity and diversity in education, and the history of mathematics education. His research methods leverage graph theory and philosophy to map, analyze, and critique the field of mathematics education research. His teaching focuses on mathematics courses for future mathematics teachers, especially mathematics content courses for future pK-8 teachers and mathematics methods courses for future pK-12 teachers.

MARCH 10, 2021 7PM

Hosted 

 
Copy of Copy of WHAT IS FOR FOR GRANTED

QUALITATIVE APPROACHES TO MATHEMATICS EDUCATION RESEARCH 

Recording of Live Event

 

Joanna Jauchen, Jay Bradley, and Rachelle Romero-Farmer

About the Speakers

Joanna G. Jauchen has been teaching mathematics at the college level for almost twenty years.  She is also a PhD candidate in Mathematics Education at George Mason University studying the role of gender in university STEM departments.  She engages in intersectional feminist research that focuses on diversity, equity and inclusion service. She frames diversity, equity and inclusion service as a form of activism and asks how universities can be more intentional about faculty engagement in activist service.

Jay Bradley  is a doctoral student and graduate research assistant at George Mason University.  He is currently pursuing a Ph. D. in mathematics education while teaching mathematics at the middle school level in Fairfax, VA.  His research interests include the teaching and learning practices of marginalized communities, equity in mathematics education, and mathematics education as related to democracy and development.

 

Rachelle Romero Farmer is a doctoral student in Mathematics Education Leadership at George Mason University. She has been an elementary classroom teacher and mathematics instructional coach in Northern Virginia. She has taught in elementary bilingual classrooms using Spanish with migrant and immigrant populations in California. Her research interests are centered-around students in mathematics classrooms from marginalized populations, using the tools of critical race theory and positioning theory.

APRIL 19TH, 2021 7PM

Join us as we discuss qualitative approaches to mathematics education research. 

Resources 

Hosted 

 

Revitalizing Math Teaching Virtual Conference

Recording of Live Event

Queshonda Kudaisi

Access and Equity in Mathematics Education

as FCTM's Access and Equity Chair

October 11th, 2021

9:05am-10:05am EST

OCTOBER 11TH, 2021

9:05-20:05 EST

 

Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference: Live Recording 

Getting Through this Together Doctoral Students’ Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Learning Communities of Support in Crisis and Beyond

Dr. Queshonda Kuidaisi (University of South Florida)

Matt O’Brien (University of South Florida)

Erin West (Appalachian State University)

Josh Porter (Lewis & Clark College)    

Marissa Winmill (American College of Education)    

Rebecca Stroud Stasel (Queen’s University)  

Jenise Freeland (University of South Florida)

Dr. Cynthia Castro-Minnehan (University of South Florida)  

Rudi Motshubi (Iowa State University)

Michelle Angelo-Rocha (University of South Florida) 

October 20TH, 2021, 2-3:15pm Eastern

This special session features a collaborative group of early-career scholars who will lead an informal conversation about how writing groups can help graduate students to stay accountable and focused. Furthermore, these scholars will also discuss the use of writing groups to motivate each toward working on social justice and inclusion issues. 

 
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Dr. Queshonda Kuidaisi (University of South Florida)

Dr. Ruthmae Sears

Lowanna Jones

Aisha Simmons

Kerri Foster

Sandra Jackson