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Unlocking Black Brilliance in Mathematics through R.E.A.L. Math: A Journey in Equity and Empowerment

Dr. MaBernadette Andres-Salgarino will help us embark on an exploration of Restorative, Emancipatory, Accessible, and Limitless (R.E.A.L.) Mathematics, prioritizing equity and empowerment for Black learners.

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Unlocking Black Brilliance in Mathematics through R.E.A.L. Math: A Journey in Equity and Empowerment
Unlocking Black Brilliance in Mathematics through R.E.A.L. Math: A Journey in Equity and Empowerment

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Apr 23, 2024, 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM EDT

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About the event

Embark on an exploration of Restorative, Emancipatory, Accessible, and Limitless (R.E.A.L.) Mathematics, prioritizing equity and empowerment for Black learners. In this session, we will delve into pedagogical practices designed to cultivate a restorative and emancipatory learning environment, fostering a sense of value, respect, and support for every student along their mathematical trajectory.

Through deliberate and intentional strategies, we aim to deconstruct barriers that hinder the mathematical brilliance of Black students, thus paving the way for boundless opportunities in the realm of mathematics. Let us forge a pathway toward limitless mathematical excellence for all learners.

Speaker Bio: 

MaBernadette Andres-Salgarino, Ed.D., is an advocate for rehumanizing mathematics. Presently serving as the Assistant Director for Integrated STEAM at the Santa Clara County Office of Education (SCCOE), she spearheads initiatives to promote equitable math education. As President of the California Mathematics Council (CMC) and Chair of the Nominations and Elections Committee for TODOS Mathematics for All, MaBernadette plays a pivotal role in advancing math equity. Her contributions extend to the Student Achievement Partners (SAP) Educator Advisory Board, where she advocates for transformative teaching practices. A nationally board-certified teacher, MaBernadette co-authored lessons for SCCOE's My Name, My Identity initiative, emphasizing cultural relevance in education. Her involvement with the California Mathematics Framework Committee underscores her dedication to inclusive pedagogy. Notably, MaBernadette's work extends beyond California; she contributes to TODOS' antiracist mathematics initiatives and the book, Antiracist Mathematics Education: Stories of Acknowledgement, Action, and Accountability, championing mathematics for social justice.

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