More from PME-NA in Reno, NV

The North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, also known as PME-NA (#OleMissAtPME).  Tomorrow I present my poster Teaching Mathematics as Agape: Articulating an ideal relationship between students and mathematics.  I will be talking with those about what mathematics education can look like that Read more…

Ole Miss in Birmingham, AL

The senior teacher candidates from the University of Mississippi School of Education went on a field trip to Birmingham, AL (#OleMissFieldTrip). Our first stop was a visit the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (@BCRI), Kelly Ingram Park (aka West Park), and the 16th Street Baptist Church.  What was cool about this Read more…

Heading to Branson, MS

I am excited for my first ever presentation at the Mississippi Council of Teachers of Mathematics’ fall conference.  I will be presenting some of my findings from my dissertation where I examined my own practice trying to teach mathematics as agape. As a newcomer to the state of Mississippi, I Read more…

Talking the rural context at AERA

Tomorrow, I finally get to present, my work on teaching mathematics for social justice within a rural context at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association in New Orleans.  The session (mentioned previously in this blog) is called “Off the Beaten Path: Social Justice Teaching in Uncommon Contexts” Read more…