Knowledge and action for change toward the 4th industrial revolution through professional practice in ethnomathematics
Ethnomathematics is real-world problem-solving empowering students to be locally-minded, global citizens through a sense of purpose and a sense of place. The session will focus on program’s goals which emphasize place-based, culturally-sustaining pedagogy that are responsive to Indigenous, Black, Latinx, and all students’ backgrounds, experiences, and cultural perspectives. The session aligns with NCTM’s position on equity and access in the teaching and learning of mathematics and is guided by Principles to Actions.
Furuto, L. H. L., & Phillips, M. (2021). Knowledge and action for change toward the 4th industrial revolution through professional practice in ethnomathematics. 44th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, 283–291.