The TODOS Iris M. Carl Equity in Teaching and TODOS Iris M. Carl Equity and Leadership Awards

Call for nominations for two awardees honoring Iris M. Carl: the TODOS Equity and Leadership Award that recognizes an individual who has made significant contributions to the quality of mathematics education and the TODOS Equity in Teaching Award that recognizes an individual who has made significant contributions to the quality of mathematics teaching. Nominate a deserving individual for these awards. Go to the links for additional information and to make a submission. Deadline is March 31.

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Youth Participatory Action Research in a Statistics Classroom: Repurposing Mathematics

April 5, 2023, at 4 PM Pacific

Presenter: Larissa Peru

Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR) involves young people studying social problems affecting them and their communities and determining how to enact change (Cammarota & Fine, 2008). In a mathematics classroom, students must first shift their relationship with mathematics and redefine its purpose. This session will detail one mathematics educator's experience in laying the foundation to implement a YPAR structure in a high school mathematics course.

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Social Justice Math in the Middle School Classroom

April 25, 2023, at 4 PM Pacific

Presenters: Amanda Ruiz, Eva Thanheiser, Basil Conway, Odesma Dalrymple

In this webinar, we will offer a working definition and related ideas to what social justice math could look like in a middle school classroom.We will share core ideas and a lesson example from a new book on teaching mathematics for social justice to middle school students (6-8th).

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TODOS 2023 Conference

TODOS: Mathematics for ALL will be celebrating its 20th Anniversary as a part of the conference June 21 - 23, 2023. The theme for this year's conference is Actions in Mathematics Education (AiME): Catalyzing, Cultivating, and Expanding Critical Transformations! and will be held on the homelands of the Pueblo of Sandia, a place now known as Albuquerque NM.

Registration for the TODOS 2023 Conference is now open! On the Conference Page you will find the registration link and other information about the conference. TODOS would like you to promote the conference to your family, friends, and colleagues by sharing the conference flyer and including the including the conference slide in your presentations. Hope to see you there!

Keynote Speakers Belin Tsinnajinnie and Kari Kokka

The TODOS 2023 Conference will feature Keynote Speakers Belin Tsinnajinnie and Kari Kokka. Belin opens the conference following dinner on Wednesday, June 21. He is an Indigenous (Diné and Filipinx) mathematics educator who studies mathematical identity in the context of Indigenous and Latinx students. Kari speaks on Thursday, June 22 following breakfast. She is a social justice mathematics educator who studies mathematics teacher activism and critical consciousness development of mathematics teachers. Both are passionate about engaging students, teachers, and community members to see their full selves in mathematics education. Don't miss their keynotes!

TODOS 2023 Conference Impact Speakers

The Impact Speakers for TODOS 2023 have been selected to align with the four conference strands. Brandie Waid, Beliefs and Structures, will explore how to create equitable learning environments for LGBTQ+ students; Cathery Yeh, Curriculum and Instruction, will equip teachers to serve their students through building authentic classroom communities; Carolee Hurtado, Families and Communities, will discuss how to build strong relationships with students and parents that foster community; and Rick Kitchen, Systems and Accountability, will share his deep experience with meaningful social justice and mathematics learning experiences.

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TODOS: Mathematics for ALL is a professional organization that advocates for equity and excellence in mathematics education for ALL students - in particular, Latina/o students. Founded in 2003 and with over 800 members from across the country, TODOS Members know that Equity and Excellence in Mathematics Matter! We promote Social Justice in Mathematics education and provide high-quality resources to help reach our Mission and Goals.

A brief history of TODOS