Public Research Lesson: Mathematics Social Justice
This exciting opportunity is the culmination of a lesson study cycle.
Engaging in public research lessons is a powerful practice for spreading instructional approaches. This practice, while a growing tradition in parts of the US, is an established practice in Japan.
In this Healdsburg Unified Public Lesson, participants will:
- Observe a research lesson, in a live classroom, focusing on Mathematics Social Justice, "People Represented in Our World and Community”
- Be inspired by students’ responses and increased engagement as you watch a lesson specifically designed for focal students.
- Learn from the reflections of teachers and the panel of commentators.
- See how lesson study deeply impact teachers' attention to equity and rigorous mathematics.
- Connect with California Mathematics Project: North Coast (CMP:NC) and hear about the support and resources available to Sonoma County Educators and community.
|When||Friday, January 27, 2023
9:00am - 2:00pm
Healdsburg Junior High School Library
Mathematics Lesson taught by: Gloria Hurtado (Eighth Grade)
Lesson Study Team:
Matt Pollack (Seventh Grade)
Robin Doherty (Sixth Grade)
Bernadette Calhoun (High School)
Matthew Benemelis (High School)
Mathematics Commentator: Phil Daro, Common Core Author
Equity Commentator: Kyndall Brown, California Math Project
|Audience||Open to all Admin, Teachers, Community members|
|Registration||Juliana Flynn, (707) 524-2816, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Questions||Doreen Heath Lance, (707) 524-2853, email@example.com|
Online Registration is not available.