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#iteachmath: Reflecting on Identities and Teaching Philosophies

#iteachmath: Reflecting on Identities and Teaching Philosophies

Series: Mathematics Education Seminar
Location: ENR2 S395
Presenter: Lynette Guzmán, University of Arizona

What stories do we tell about ourselves, about students, and about mathematics? In this session, we will explore our own identities as complex human beings who work with other complex human beings in the world. Discussions will center on articulating teaching philosophies that engage ethical considerations as we (re)imagine possibilities for teaching and learning mathematics in classroom spaces.

This is a series of NSF Noyce Seminars for the AZ Noyce Mathematics Teaching (MaTh) Scholars Project in Secondary Mathematics Education (PI: Cynthia Anhalt; Co-PI: Marta Civil; Co-PI: Jennifer Eli; Co-PI: Rebecca McGraw) This is a series of NSF Noyce Seminars for the AZ Noyce Mathematics Teaching (MaTh) Scholars Project in Secondary Mathematics Education (PI: Cynthia Anhalt; Co-PI: Marta Civil; Co-PI: Jennifer Eli; Co-PI: Rebecca McGraw)

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