The following is a list of resources related to equitable, anti-racist, and justice-oriented teaching compiled by the Advocacy Committee
Curated Resource Lists
Compilations of resources curated by individuals. We think this is a great place to start to find a variety of useful resources.
curated by Tia C. Madkins
compiled by Kari Kokka
Podcasts are a great way to access new scholars, teachers, and ideas on the go. Many teacher educators incorporate podcasts into their courses. It might be useful to pair podcasts with other readings or resources you assign. You can also just listen for your own enrichment.
Teaching Math Teaching Podcast (all episodes)
Mathematics Teacher Educator Podcast (all episodes)
The Mathematics Teacher Educator Podcast accompanies the Mathematics Teacher Educator Journal and co-sponsored by the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (Podcast Description from the MTE Podcast website)
Aguirre, J., Anhalt, C., Cortez, R., Turner, E., & Simic-Muller, K. Engaging Teachers in the Powerful Combination of Mathematical Modeling and Social Justice: The Flint Water Task
I, J-Y., & Stanford, J. Preservice Teachers’ Mathematical Visual Implementation for Emergent Bilinguals
TODOS Podcast (all episodes)
The TODOS Mathematics for ALL! Podcast brings you conversations with educators committed to the mission and vision of TODOS. While most of our guests focus on mathematics education across the P-20 spectrum, episodes contain themes applicable to equity and social justice in other content areas as well. We aim to deliver new episodes twice a month from September through June. (Podcast Description from the TODOS Website)
Brown v Board of Education might be the most well-known Supreme Court decision, a major victory in the fight for civil rights. But in Topeka, the city where the case began, the ruling has left a bittersweet legacy. RH hears from the Browns, the family behind the story. (Episode description from Revisionist History website)
Equity-oriented interventions and tools identified in 2020 editorial (Elrod, West, Hollenbrands, Faulkner, 2020 https://doi.org/10.5951/MTE.2020.0062)
Selected Articles Available from the MTE Website:
- Aguirre, J., Anhalt, C., Cortez, R., Turner, E., & Simic-Muller, K. (2019). Engaging teachers in the powerful combination of mathematical modeling and social justice: The Flint Water Task. Mathematics Teacher Educator, 7(2), 7–26.
- Fernandes, A. (2012). Mathematics preservice teachers learning about English language learners through taskbased interviews and noticing. Mathematics Teacher
- Educator, 1(1), 10–22.
- Gallivan, H. R. (2017). Supporting prospective middle school teachers’ learning to revise a high-level mathematics task to be culturally relevant. Mathematics Teacher Educator, 5(2), 94–121.
- Guzman, L. (2019). Complex and contradictory conversations: Prospective teachers interrogating dominant narratives within mathematics education discourse. Mathematics
- Teacher Educator, 8(1), 7–21.
- I, J-Y., & Stanford, J. (2018). Preservice teachers’ mathematical visual implementation for emergent bilinguals. Mathematics Teacher Educator, 7(1), 8–33.
- Roth McDuffie, A., Foote, M. Q., Drake, C., Turner, E., Aguirre, J., Bartell, T. G., & Bolson, C. (2014). Use of video analysis to support prospective K-8 teachers’ noticing of equitable practices. Mathematics Teacher Education, 2(2), 108–140.
- Rubel, L. H., & Stachelek, A. J. (2018). Tools for rethinking classroom participation in secondary mathematics. Mathematics Teacher Educator, 6(2), 8–25.
- Tan, P., & Thorius, K. K. (2018). En/countering inclusive education: A case of professional learning. Mathematics Teacher Educator, 6(2), 52–67.
- White, D. Y., DuCloux, K. K., Carreras-Jusino, Á. M., González, D. A., & Keels, K. (2016). Preparing preservice teachers for diverse mathematics classrooms through a cultural awareness unit. Mathematics Teacher Educator, 4(2), 164–187.
AMTE Connections Articles
A number of professional organizations have crafted statements related to equity and justice in education broadly, and mathematics education specifically. These statements may be helpful to others looking to craft such statements or those working to advocate for greater attention to equity issues within their organizations.
AMTE (Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators)
TODOS: Mathematics for All
NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics)
I Am Not Your Negro (Netflix)
Netflix summary: Based on James Baldwin's unfinished book, this visual essay explores racism through the stories of Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.
Netflix summary: In this thought-provoking documentary, scholars, activists and politicians analyze the criminalization of African Americans and the U.S. prison boom.
Immigration Nation (Netflix)
Netflix summary: With unprecedented access to ICE operations, as well as moving portraits of immigrants, this docuseries takes a deep look at US immigration today.
American Promise (Amazon Prime)
American Promise is a coming of age story exploring the lives of two African American boys and their families. Their hopes, struggles, achievements and failures are revealed as they make tough decisions to guarantee a better future for their boys. (Amazon Description)
Ball, A. (2020). Race, Policy and Reform post-COVID. RILE Conference. https://stanford.zoom.us/rec/play/ct8hauc5lf93Q6cHzzJqDfZHQ4qa56568NSFpigBbMSgqWdTSPOTFXOdbfVwNWxLY40Y8TNH0XK57vX5.uUwb73XATXh-Cl8I?startTime=1603144712000.
Ball, A. (2020). Educational Abolition. RILE Conference, https://stanford.zoom.us/rec/play/G6yBjkQ8z3XVDGYBxHoL9uxHPwtT2rXC2nvj7HMmMIJilOj1a5mwNPVJYuy2QecfyWq9_qGDJCP9_y_A.Ty5Z2SeGIs1ENIuo?startTime=1603231212000&_x_zm_rtaid=y8fznZtERM29fUQyrNQZXQ.1605736563941.e6653383e5a02f36f2a85c61d70279a0&_x_zm_rhtaid=449.
Ball, A. (2020). An Indigenous View on this Moment of Crisis. RILE Conference. https://stanford.zoom.us/rec/play/2cSXWv2Gt056v66PRkqdmm0EI6vRGGlw-JDkR4pWS6o5KA0GAFkpDUsdaPI0R90pxzWrwdr7ehACvlgZ.DzaEDHLd6qKGsgnQ?startTime=1603317650000&_x_zm_rtaid=y8fznZtERM29fUQyrNQZXQ.1605736563941.e6653383e5a02f36f2a85c61d70279a0&_x_zm_rhtaid=449
Ball, A. (2020). COVID-19 and Race. RILE Conference. https://stanford.zoom.us/rec/play/uJHl3pw26qZEMA0NWO25y6UtZYNGph4hNEeQLRmjGDQRPlLPnXqznfhknKsV79AEY8L0BddjsAoxCl9N.Z0xcFxAgzzw_kWlt?startTime=1603403943000&_x_zm_rtaid=y8fznZtERM29fUQyrNQZXQ.1605736563941.e6653383e5a02f36f2a85c61d70279a0&_x_zm_rhtaid=449