Understanding Culturally Responsive Pedagogy in Mathematics-Finale post

At the start of the course I defined Culturally Responsive Pedagogy (CRP) as using teaching strategies that reflect the needs of students in a classroom. It would be easy to think of CRP meaning that you have a couple of questions related to the content of your students cultures, examples based on the “real world” … Continue reading Understanding Culturally Responsive Pedagogy in Mathematics-Finale post

Connections found between social justice and ethnomathematics in culturally responsive mathematics-to be marked

Culturally responsive education can be considered as five focal dimensions; Social Justice, Ethnomathematics, Indigenous education, Equity, and Linguistically Diverse Learners. Each one of the dimensions on its own is has unique place in a classroom, but they are very interconnected. The connections that I developed an understanding from on Monday’s class were the interrelatedness of … Continue reading Connections found between social justice and ethnomathematics in culturally responsive mathematics-to be marked

How has looking at math differently helped me? -To be marked

In our Skype conversation this morning, Swapna stated that culturally responsive education is about “reclaiming the knowledge that has been suppressed, negated, and/or ignored”. Discuss this statement in relation to something you have learned/read so far in this class. The first chapter of the textbook “Culturally Responsive Mathematics” gave me insight into so many different … Continue reading How has looking at math differently helped me? -To be marked

Lesson Analysis Tool: Helping to create culturally responsive lessons-To be marked

I found that the lesson analysis tool to be quite insightful about what it means to have a culturally responsive lesson plan. There are aspect of a lesson plan I would not think to consider, simply because during my three years of creating lesson plans it was never suggested. The first one is asking the … Continue reading Lesson Analysis Tool: Helping to create culturally responsive lessons-To be marked

PAA-Practical Applied Arts also known as Please Anticipate Accidents

With my first teaching contract, three of the classes I was assigned were Practical Applied Arts. The school I am at is great because it has a large woodworking shop, welding supplies, a full home ec room complete with three stations, and administration who was willing to help as needed. All of this is great…except … Continue reading PAA-Practical Applied Arts also known as Please Anticipate Accidents