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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
G B Greer; et al
|ISBN:||9780805862638 0805862633 9780805862645 0805862641|
|Description:||xiii, 386 p. : ill., map ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Foundations and backgrounds: Culture and the development of mathematics: a historical perspective / Frank J. Swetz. New philosophy of mathematics : implications for methematics education / Paul Ernest. An ethnomathematical perspective on culturally responsive mathematics education / Swapna Mukhopadhyay, Arthur B. powell, and Marilyn Frankenstein. Seeing with many eyes : connections between anthropology and mathematics / Jim Barta and Mary E. Brenner. What mathematics teachers need to know about culture and language / Judit Moschkovich and Sharon Nelson-Barber. The politics of mathematics education in the United States : dominant and counter agendas / Eric Gustein. Conceptions of assessment of mathematical proficiency and their implications for cultural diversity / Dalton Miller-Jones and Brian Greer --
Teaching and learning: Preparing culturally responsive mathematics teachers / Geneva Gay. Mathematics literacy and liberation : reframing mathematics education for African-American children / Danny Bernard Martin and Ebony O. Mcgee. Culturally responsive mathematics education in the algebra project / Robert Moses, Mary Maxwell West, and Frank E. Davis. A two-way process for developing effective culturally based math : examples from math in a cultural context / Jerry Lipka, Evelyn Yanez, Dora Andrew-Ihrke, and Shenenaz Adam. Native-American analogues to the cartesian coordinate system / Ron Eglash. Privileging mathematics and equity in teacher education : framework, counter-resistance strategies, and reflections from a Latina mathematics educator / Julia M. Aguirre. Latina mothers' perceptions about the teaching and learning of mathematics : implications for parental participation / Marta Civil and beatriz Quintos. Culturally responsive college level mathematics / Mark K. Davis, Shandy Hauk, and M. Paul Latiolais.
|Series Title:||Studies in mathematical thinking and learning.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Brian Greer ... [et al.].|
"In closing, I would like to draw attention to how, in my view, many mathematics education research endeavors continue to talk the good talk of culturally responsive pedagogy in mathematics