The University of Arizona

A Diamond is a Diamond: The Core Five Components to Social Justice

A Diamond is a Diamond: The Core Five Components to Social Justice

Series: Mathematics Education Seminar
Location: ENR2 S395
Presenter: Sherard Robbins, UA Assistant Director for Equity and Student Engagement

This session will take a condensed look at of the Core Five Components to Social Justice, a methodology designed to educate participants on the foundations of social justice by offering five key components that make up the term. This interactive workshop will include activities and exercises designed for individuals to gain an understanding of the ways in which these concepts manifest themselves, explicitly and implicitly, in their own day-to-day activities.

This is a series of NSF Noyce Seminars for the AZ Noyce Mathematics Teaching (MaTh) Scholars Project in Secondary Mathematics Education (PI: Cynthia Anhalt; Co-PI: Marta Civil; Co-PI: Jennifer Eli; Co-PI: Rebecca McGraw).

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