Category Archive for ‘My Corner of the World’

Building Modern Classrooms That Meet the Needs of All Learners

by | 9.11.18

A couple of years ago, I started my fourth year of teaching high school math at a new school in Washington, D.C. What struck me right away was the diversity of learning levels in my classroom. More specifically, how many of my new students believed they just didn’t belong in a math classroom at all.

My Corner of the World

by | 4.22.17

“There’s so much power in the transparency of asking, ‘I don’t know about your culture – will you tell me about it?’”

My Corner of the World

by | 2.9.17

“In those spaces in which we have influence, it’s on us to identify, confront & change anything that’s preventing inclusivity.”

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