Teaching about Race, Identity, and Math in Early Childhood Classrooms

This is an invitational workshop on race, identity, and math in early childhood classrooms for participants in Project I4 micro-credential cohorts, the DCAESJ early childhood working group, and other guests of the Zinn Education Project. The facilitators will introduce approaches to racial equity through math pedagogy.

This interactive workshop will be facilitated by Megan Madison, author of Our Skin: A First Conversation About Race and Laleña Garcia, author of What We Believe: A Black Lives Matter Principles Activity Book.

Register now for the workshop on Saturday, October 16 from 2:00pm – 4:00pm ET.

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This session is part of a series based on the publications listed below. Each session is on a Saturday from 2pm – 4pm ET via Zoom:

June 26, 2021: Wake: The Hidden History of Women-Led Slave Revolts by Rebecca Hall

August 21, 2021: Rethinking Ethnic Studies edited By R. Tolteka Cuauhtin, Miguel Zavala, Christine Sleeter, Wayne Au

October 16, 2021: Our Skin: A First Conversation About Race by Megan Madison and What We Believe: A Black Lives Matter Principles Activity Book by Laleña Garcia, illustrated by Caryn Davidson

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