The goal of the Math Equity Project is to collaborate as a community of math educators to find ways to teach math that will humanize our students and mathematics. Math isn’t simply solving for X and Y.
With the right strategies, teachers can help students understand mathematical language to clearly and concisely explain how they worked out a math equation.
The process of reshaping discipline in schools is a holistic one, requiring everyone to make the effort to reduce disparities.
The 2021 Wisconsin Arts Integration Symposium offers a way for educators to refresh and refocus in the spring semester.
Play Make Learn had its first ever learning game competition with the winners announced during the conference on August 13, 2020.
Systemic oppression and inequality have been baked into many facets of American society, including education. A recent PLACE event, the first installment of the Real Talk for Real Change symposia series, dove into the subject of leading antiracist school communities.
PLACE Arts Director Dr. Yorel Lashley is currently developing a new online course on social-emotional learning for K-12 and community educators that features UW–Madison School of Education faculty expertise and experience.
[Scroll to the bottom to check out the videos of each Feminist Fireside Chat as they are uploaded.] Cool women, hot topics. It’s a cool tagline. But the University of Wisconsin–Madison Feminist Fireside Chats hosted …
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Zaretta Hammond is a “former writing teacher turned equity freedom fighter.” On May 11, Hammond joined an online session of Courageous Coaching Conversations, a weekly gathering of instructional coaches and school leaders produced by PLACE, …