- Year 2022
- NSF Noyce Award # 1950129
- First Name Charles
- Last Name Collingwood
- Institution University of Arizona
- Role/Position Noyce Borderlands Master STEM Fellow
- Workshop Category Track 3: Master Teaching Fellowships
- Workshop Disciplines Audience Data Science, Mathematics
- Target Audience Co-PIs, Noyce Master Teachers, Noyce Teaching Fellows, Other Faculty/Staff, Project PIs, School District Administrators, Undergraduate and/or Graduate Noyce Scholars
- Topics Communication and Advocacy: Teaching Educators to Effectively Tell Their Stories, Convergent Approaches: Teaching Across STEM Disciplines, Developing Teachers’ Ability to Cultivate Diverse/Equitable/Inclusive Classrooms to Achieve Excellent STEMM Teaching and Learning, Preparing STEM Teachers as School & Community Change Agents
- Session Length 75 minutes minutes
- Additional Presenter(s)
Blais Cross (firstname.lastname@example.org)
`-Implement data science strategies and differentiated instruction in STEMM classrooms.-Learn how to use the DataClassroom platform to promote and empower students to nurture their analytical identities. -Build equitable learning spaces through the implementation of classroom activities that incorporate topics related to Current Events and Social Justice.
Culturally Responsive Mathematics Pedagogy is a method of teaching that cultivates academic talent across a range of student populations despite the prevalence of educational disparities. The need for every student to understand, interpret, and critically analyze real-life mathematical relationships and applications is urgent. Data and statistics can be used as weapons against the data illiterate. In this workshop, we will illustrate and discuss how we can engage students as the creators and collectors of information; empowering them to make meaningful connections. We will also explore ways to tackle sensitive social issues by embedding methods and action items that align with the CRMP Framework. Data will help solve the big problems of tomorrow. Prepare your students today.