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Music, Education, and Diversity: Building Cultures and Communities


reviewed by Diana Erchick — June 19, 2018

coverTitle: Music, Education, and Diversity: Building Cultures and Communities
Author(s): Patricia Shehan Campbell
Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York
ISBN: 0807758825, Pages: 240, Year: 2018
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: June 19, 2018
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22409, Date Accessed: 9/21/2018 10:36:22 AM

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  • Diana Erchick
    The Ohio State University at Newark
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    DIANA B. ERCHICK is a professor of mathematics education at Ohio State University at Newark and is active nationally and internationally in the mathematics education community. Her work focuses on the intersection of mathematics pedagogy and social constructs such as race, gender, and class, with particular experience around gender and mathematics education and attention to social justice. Her research informs work in a range of contexts, from leading the Gender and Mathematics Working Group of the Psychology of Mathematics Education, North America (1999–2006) to co-leading the Mathematics Coaching Program (2005–2013) to the development and delivery of Matherscize, a summer mathematics camp for middle grades girls (1999–2015). Recent relevant publications include the chapter "Relationships Among Girls, cContent, and Pedagogy in the Matherscize Summer Mathematics Camp" in Wiest, Sanchez, and Crawford-Ferre's Out-of-School-Time STEM Programs for Females: Implications for Research and Practice and the article "Equitable Mathematics Instruction: Lessons from the Matherscize Girls’ Summer Camp" in the International Journal of Education and Human Development.
 
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