Episode 77

Jonee Wilson: Aligning beliefs around teaching mathematics with the preparation of teachers of mathematics.


May 3rd, 2023

40 mins 19 secs

Season 4

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About this Episode

Learning to teach math teachers with Jonee Wilson, Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia, as she shares her experiences and advice on being a mathematics teacher educator. Jonee also shares her work on creating and disseminating rubrics to identify and promote equitable mathematics instruction and a new project on leadership practices.

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Follow this link for an opportunity to collaborate - Supporting Teachers to Develop Equitable Mathematics Instruction Through Rubric-Based Coaching seeks to build the capacity of school-based coaches to help teachers develop more equitable instructional practices in their math classrooms.

Validation of the Equity and Access Rubrics for Mathematics Instruction (VEAR-MI)

Wilson, J., Nazemi, M., Jackson, K., & Wilhelm, A. G. (2019). Investigating teaching in conceptually oriented mathematics classrooms characterized by African American student success. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 50(4), 362-400.