Teaching mathematics for social justice : conversations with educators
- Reston, VA : National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, c2012.
- Physical description
- x, 213 p. : ill ; 26 cm.
QA11.2 .T435 2012
- Unknown QA11.2 .T435 2012
- Includes bibliographical references.
- pt. I : Introduction. Sojourn into the empowering uncertainties of teaching and learning mathematics for social change / David W. Stinson, Anita A. Wager
- pt. II : Historical development and theoretical perspectives of critical and social justice mathematics. Historical development of criticalmathematics education / Arthur B. Powell
- Critical mathematics education : a dialogical journey / Ole Skovsmose
- Beyond math content and process : proposals for underlying aspects of social justice education / Marilyn Frankenstein
- Reflections on teaching and learning mathematics for social justice in urban schools / Eric (Rico) Gutstein
- pt. III : Teacher education and professional development. Beyond apples, puppy dogs, and ice cream : preparing teachers to teach mathematics for equity and social justice / Courtney Koestler
- Challenging beliefs and dispositions : learning to teach mathematics for social justice / Jacqueline Leonard, Brian R. Evans
- Is this teaching mathematics for social justice? Teachers' conceptions of mathematics classrooms for social justice / Tonya Gau Bartell
- Valuing the process : working with teachers around mathematics for social justice / Lidia Gonzalez
- pt. IV : Teaching mathematics for social justice in the classroom. Numbers count : mathematics across the curriculum / Bob Peterson
- Toys for boys? Challenging domestic violence using mathematics / David Stocker
- Five things you should probably know about teaching mathematics for social justice / John O. Wamsted
- Teaching mathematics for social justice : the end of "when are we ever going to use this?" / Ginny C. Powell
- pt. V : Conclusion. A broad concept of social justice / Ubiratan D'Ambrosio.
- Publication date
- edited by Anita A. Wager and David W. Stinson ; foreword by Jeremy Kilpatrick.