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Chapter 6: “I Have Gotten Braver”: Growing and Sustaining Critical Mathematics Pedagogies Through a Teacher Community of Praxis


by Emma Gargroetzi, Izzy Hendry, Angela Jeffreys, Andrew Patel, Gina Wei & Critical Mathematics Teachers Collaborative - 2021


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 123 Number 13, 2021, p. -
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23740, Date Accessed: 10/26/2021 5:55:39 PM
 
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  • Emma Gargroetzi
    University of Texas at Austin
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    EMMA GARGROETZI, Ph.D., is a postdoctoral fellow of STEM education and assistant professor of instruction at the University of Texas at Austin. She researches identity, agency, and power in mathematical learning. Recent publications include “Examining the role of off-task participation during collaborative problem-solving in elementary mathematics” in Journal of Education Psychology, and “‘Dear future President of the United States’: Analyzing youth civic writing within the 2016 Letters to the Next President project” in American Education Research Journal.
  • Izzy Hendry
    Paul Revere K–8
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    IZZY HENDRY is a Spanish-language dual immersion teacher at Paul Revere K–8 in San Francisco, California. She has a master’s degree in education from Stanford University. Izzy enjoys coaching the volleyball team, participating in lesson study, and developing experiential and nature-based curriculum.
  • Angela Jeffreys
    Public School Teacher
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    ANGELA JEFFREYS currently teaches second grade at a Title I public school in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. She previously taught fourth grade. She completed her teaching credential and master’s degree in education through the Stanford Teacher Education Program (STEP). She is passionate about equity in education, especially in elementary mathematics.
  • Andrew Patel
    San Francisco Unified School District
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    ANDREW PATEL is a third-grade general education teacher in the San Francisco Unified School District. Andrew focuses on classroom community, student’s self-understanding, and meaningful field trips. Andrew recently developed Earth science lesson plans as a Teacher Ranger Teacher at Point Reyes National Seashore.
  • Gina Wei
    Public High School Teacher
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    GINA WEI is a secondary mathematics teacher at a public high school in Philadelphia. Before living in Philadelphia, she taught in San Jose, California. She has been teaching since 2017 and received her master’s degree in education at Stanford University.
  • Critical Mathematics Teachers Collaborative
    Stanford University
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    Critical Mathematics Teachers Collaborative (CMTC) is a student-run organization founded in 2016, funded by the Graduate School of Education’s Collaborative Learning Fund. CMTC continues to be facilitated and sustained through the work of pre-service teachers and doctoral students associated with the Stanford Teacher Education Program.
 
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