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Clark, Daniel L.; Jerome, Angela M. – Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 2023
In June 2020, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) and the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE) released statements regarding racism, racial violence, and mathematics teaching. Pre-service elementary teachers (PSTs) in a mathematics content course wrote reactions to the organizations' statements. After using an…
Descriptors: Racism, Violence, Mathematics Instruction, Preservice Teachers
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Jansen, Amanda – Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 2023
This study describes how mathematics education professors and mathematics professors conceptualize relationships between inquiry and equity. After participating in a week-long summer institute, 24 mathematics education professors and mathematics professors were interviewed twice (initial interview and member check). Then, participants engaged in…
Descriptors: Mathematics Education, College Faculty, Perspective Taking, Mathematics Teachers
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Benoit, Gregory; Salopek, Gábor – Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 2023
Mathematical spaces extend far beyond the classroom and physical environments into virtual spaces. Today's students have more to consider than just their face-to-face experiences with mathematics inside or outside the classroom; they have the online perspectives of others to consider as well. To gain critical insight, we conducted this research…
Descriptors: Humor, Visual Aids, Social Media, Mathematics Education
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Patrick Kyeremeh; Francis Kwadwo Awuah; Esenam Dorwu – Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 2023
Due to the growing interest in the integration of ethnomathematics in mathematics education, we undertook a systematic literature review and bibliometric analysis of research on the incorporation of ethnomathematics in geometry teaching from 2011 to 2021. The search for 37 relevant research articles was done on Google Scholar, Scopus, and by hand…
Descriptors: Geometry, Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods, Ethnic Groups
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Jordan T. Register; Michelle Stephan – Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 2023
The purpose of this article is to understand how educators may support students from different backgrounds (both relatively privileged and marginalized) to participate equitably and meaningfully in ethical data science discussions. To do this, we draw on the literature regarding STEM identity formation, use Cobb and Yackel's (1996) framework for…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Equal Education, Mathematics Instruction, Ethics
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Julie Lorah; Angie L. Miller – Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 2023
Understanding the educational aspirations of diverse groups among statistics majors provides insight into the discipline of statistics. This study utilizes multi-institution data from the 2019 and 2020 administrations of the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) to explore educational aspirations for statistics majors through comparisons to…
Descriptors: Academic Aspiration, Statistics Education, Majors (Students), Gender Differences
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Krause, Gladys H.; Adams-Corral, Melissa; Maldonado Rodríguez, Luz A. – Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 2022
This study contributes to efforts to characterize teaching that is responsive to children's mathematical ideas and linguistic repertoire. Building on translanguaging, defined in this article as a pedagogical practice that facilitates students' expression of their understanding using their own language practices, and on the literature surrounding…
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Mathematics Education, Elementary School Students, Language Usage
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Pourdavood, Roland G.; Yan, Meng – Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 2022
Teaching mathematics and science embedded in social justice is not a familiar concept for many teachers, especially pre-service teachers. This qualitative, descriptive, and interpretative study examines the experiences and reflections of 26 middle grade and secondary pre-service mathematics and science teachers on teaching and learning mathematics…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Science Instruction, Social Justice, Middle School Teachers
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Ortiz, Nickolaus A.; Morton, Terrell R. – Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 2022
In this paper, we speak to the ways that Black people have consistently strategized and advocated for rights and the education of their children through communal efforts related to a collective Black identity. We use a framework of Black X Consciousness and ontological Blackness to nuance the ways that Blackness is internalized and taken up by…
Descriptors: Blacks, Mathematics Education, Racial Identification, Educational Quality
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Cho, Seonhee; Lee, Hea-Jin; Herner-Patnode, Leah – Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 2022
Calls for "mathematics for all" or "mathematics for social justice" bring light to the importance of equity issues within and through mathematics education. Employing the theoretical perspectives of equity and social justice for mathematics education, and the intersection of language, culture, and mathematics, this study…
Descriptors: Instructional Design, Mathematics Instruction, Equal Education, Social Justice
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Shongwe, Benjamin – Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 2022
The development of urban students' mathematical proving ability is a goal of several curricula frameworks, including some located in the southern hemisphere. However, in achieving this goal, most curriculum frameworks do so from a Western worldview, which is characterized by competition and the role of the individual. The purpose of this study was…
Descriptors: Disadvantaged, Grade 11, High School Students, Mathematics Instruction
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Downing, Gregory A.; McCoy, Whitney N. – Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 2021
In collegiate mathematics, college algebra continues to be a barrier to graduation for students (specifically non-science, mathematics, engineering, and science majors). Each year, nearly half of enrolled students struggle to "pass" this course with a grade of C or better (Herriott, 2006). Using innovative constructed lessons geared…
Descriptors: College Mathematics, Algebra, Black Colleges, Mathematics Education
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Yeh, Cathery; Martinez, Ricardo; Rezvi, Sarah; Shirude, Shraddha – Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 2021
Ethnic studies is a growing movement for curricular and pedagogical practices that reclaim marginalized voices and histories and create spaces of healing for students of color; however, its application to mathematics education has been limited. In this essay, we provide a framework of five ethea of ethnic studies for mathematics education:…
Descriptors: Ethnic Studies, Mathematics Education, Transformative Learning, Resistance (Psychology)
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Cunningham, Jahneille A. – Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 2021
Black parents are often presumed to be uninvolved in their children's education, especially in mathematics. These stereotypes are arguably sustained by White, middle-class expectations for parent engagement. This qualitative study challenges the dominant narrative by exploring the ways eight Black parents support their elementary-aged children's…
Descriptors: African American Students, Elementary School Students, Parent Participation, Mathematics Education
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Tweed, Brian – Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 2021
In this article, the learning of conventional curriculum mathematics in one Indigenous Maori school in Aotearoa/New Zealand is conceptualized as a site of ontological struggle. The major finding of a research project which analyzed extensive ethnographic data gathered in partnership with this school identified an ontological disjunction between…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Pacific Islanders, Mathematics Education, Mathematics Curriculum
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