7 Practices to Make Your Math Class More Equitable

March 22, 2022

Access to high-quality, equitable math instruction is hardly a given, especially for historically marginalized students. Every child deserves a math education that allows them to make sense of the world quantitatively and to appreciate their own power to reason.

During this on-demand webinar Dr. Kyndall Brown, co-author of Choosing to See: A Framework for Equity in the Math Classroom, shares guidance and a framework for fostering a culture of inclusion. Tune in to learn:

  • 7 principles that help disrupt inequitable math teaching practices
  • How to recognize stereotypes of diverse mathematics learners
  • How to use the ICUCARE equity framework to reduce the effects of negative stereotypes of diverse mathematics learners
  • Instructional strategies that help assess, activate, and/or build on students’ prior knowledge


Dr. Kyndall BrownDr. Kyndall Brown
Executive Director
California Mathematics Project


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