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TODOS Podcast
Equity and Social Justice in Math for ALL
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The mission of TODOS: Mathematics for ALL is to advocate for equity and high quality mathematics education for all students— in...


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May 24, 2021 11:03 AM PDT

Dr. Linda Furuto is a mathematics education professor at UofH Manoa. She is joined by two teachers who have participated in the Ethnomathematics Certificate program at UofH, Phil Fernandez Brennan and Lauren Nowak. Join cohosts Maria Zavala and Celine Liu to learn about the program, what ethnomathematics means to our guests, and get inside key ideas of ethnomathematics.

https://coe.hawaii.edu/ethnomath/ for more on the graduate certification program, open to residents and non-residents of Hawaii alike. Find out more today!

For more on Ubi D'Abrosio's passing, please see this blog entry from the CIAEM: https://blog.ciaem-redumate.org/ubi-dambrosio-a-giant-has-died/?fbclid=IwAR1JlRf_5BwNSXgFx36YTDb-DLq9fuahU_Nqeb6c5A1JYOefx2lKalgWqgM

April 21, 2021 12:05 PM PDT

What's lesson study? Do you do lesson study? Are you curious to learn more about the power and possibilities of lesson study as a tool for equity? Join Host Celine Liu in conversation with Karen Mayfield-Ingram, Mary Vongsavanh, and Sean McCarthy as they share stories from the Murrieta Valley Unified School District's work with teachers on lesson study in mathematics classrooms.

California Action Network for Mathematics Excellence and Equity (CANMEE)
is a cross-state collaboration that works with organizations like TODOS and the California Math Project, and is mentioned in this podcast. It has resources for lesson study: https://cmpso.org/canmee/

March 16, 2021 06:31 PM PDT

High School Mathematics Teacher and Quetzal Education Consultant Dani Wadlington shares her mathematics teaching story with host Celine Liu. Learn about the work this powerful mathematics teacher does in and out of her classroom, including her contributions to the Equitable Mathematics Toolkit, and how she uses mathematics as the context to teach important lessons for life.

Learn more about Quetzal Education Consulting
https://www.quetzalec.com/

A Pathway to Equitable Math Instruction: equitablemath.orghttps://equitablemath.org/

February 13, 2021 04:57 PM PST

Join our new co-host Celine Liu in conversation with Tyrone Martinez-Black of CASEL, as they discuss the impact of social-emotional learning on mathematics learning, and Ty's personal story of how an interest in art and design lead to a career in mathematics education.

resource links:

CASEL's pandemic supports: https://casel.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/SEL-ROADMAP.pdf

A Toolkit for Equitable Middle School Math: https://equitablemath.org/

CASEL & the DANA Center on SEL in the Common Core Math Practices: https://www.insidemathematics.org/common-core-resources/mathematical-practice-standards/social-and-emotional-mathematics-learning

January 29, 2021 04:54 PM PST

Do you ever wonder where an organization founded by and for teachers like TODOS comes from? Wonder no more! In this episodes, three people who have been with TODOS since its founding tell us about the origin of TODOS, the meeting, context, and support structures that started it all, and their perspectives of where we are headed. Featuring: Nora Ramirez, Susie Håkansson, and Bob MacDonald – three people whose names you probably see on a bunch of TODOS stuff!

References:
EMELI (Equity in Mathematics Education Leadership Institute) is referenced by Nora, which is an NSF funded project from Julian Weissglass (UCSB) that influenced founders of TODOS. A little about his work here: http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/apr97/vol54/num07/Deepening-Our-Dialogue-About-Equity.aspx

We reference Prop 187, an anti-immigrant policy passed in CA in 1994 that influenced AZ and other states to take up anti-immigrant ballot initiatives. For more on Prop 187 see this digital exhibit curated by Max Thogmartin and Noel Albertsen (2019)" https://artsandculture.google.com/exhibit/looking-back-at-proposition-187-twenty-five-years-later-california-state-archives/DAKSJ8CAUvmiLg?hl=en

January 08, 2021 02:50 PM PST

Dr. Nicole M. Joseph is an assistant professor of mathematics and science education in the department of Teaching and Learning at Vanderbilt University. She is also the founder of the Tennessee March for Black Women in STEM, an event held every fall which seeks to bring together the Tennessee community to raise awareness of the gendered racism, Black women and girls experience in STEM. She spoke with host Maria Zavala in December, on the topics of advocacy, her new research lab, and her new book project.

The Joseph Mathematics Education Research Lab (JMEL)
https://my.vanderbilt.edu/jmel/

Books she has edited:
Interrogating Whiteness and Relinquishing Power: White Faculty’s Commitment to Racial Consciousness in STEM Classrooms (Peter Lang) https://www.peterlang.com/view/title/22727

Understanding the Intersections of Race, Gender, and Gifted Education
An Anthology By and About Talented Black Girls and Women in STEM (Information Age Publishing)
https://www.infoagepub.com/products/Understanding-the-Intersections-of-Race-Gender-and-Gifted-Education

December 18, 2020 11:36 AM PST

You may know Robert Berry from one of his many roles in the field of mathematics education, to name a few: his award-winning middle school mathematics teaching, his research on standards-based mathematics learning and the M-SCAN, his past presidency of NCTM, and the recent publication of a book he co-edited entitled "High School Mathematics Lessons to Explore, Understand, and Respond to Social Injustice." Dr. Berry joined TODOS Live on December 1 to give a talk on Dismantling Microagressions in Mathematics Classrooms. In this episode of the podcast, we share snippets of his talk from TODOS Live and an interview with host Maria Zavala.

Follow the link from our website to his talk, https://www.todos-math.org/todos-live

Or explore more at our TODOS Live! Vimeo Channel https://vimeo.com/user56336191

Here is a link to a research paper describing the M-SCAN, which is referenced towards the end of the interview: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/282326656_The_Mathematics_Scan_M-Scan_A_Measure_of_Standards-Based_Mathematics_Teaching_Practices

December 04, 2020 12:02 PM PST

High School Mathematics Teacher and Washington Ethnic Studies Now Secretary Director Shraddha Shirude joins host Maria Zavala for a discussion on her mathematics origin story, what it means to teach mathematics for/with ethnic studies, and how teachers can learn more about the ethnic studies frameworks they are developing. More information at https://waethnicstudies.com/

November 12, 2020 05:28 PM PST

This episode Maria chats with Just Equations' new Mathematics Educator in Residence, Francesca Henderson. They talk about Francesca's love of mathematics, experiences as a teacher and administrator, her passion for social justice, and other topics relevant to our current distance learning crisis and beyond. Be sure to follow her work at justequations.org

Register for the webinar on Nov 17 12:00 p.m. PT called Social Justice Math in Action here: https://justequations.org/resource/social-justice-math-in-action-webinar/

October 22, 2020 04:30 PM PDT

This episode we talk with the lead authors of the recent TODOS Blog post on voting, voter rights and suppression, and new considerations for voting in the time of COVID. Thank you to Dee Crescitelli, Juan Gerardo, Silvia Llamas-Flores and Carlos LópezLeiva.

Read the entirety of the blog post at https://www.todos-math.org/the-todos-blog

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