Episode 81

Frances Harper: Community Engaged Scholarship


September 27th, 2023

42 mins 13 secs

Season 4

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About this Episode

Learning to teach math teachers with Frances Harper, Theory & Practice in Teacher Education Director of Diversity and Inclusion and Associate Professor of STEM Education/Mathematics at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, as she shares her experiences and advice on being a mathematics teacher educator and shares her projects around community engaged scholarship.

Links from the episode
Frances Harper's personal website
Culturally relevant robotics: A family and teacher CRRAFT Partnership
CAREER: Black and Latinx Parents Leading ChANge & Advancing Racial Justice in Elementary Mathematics PLANAR
TODOS: Mathematics for ALL
Michigan State University Center for Community Engaged Learning
Mathematics Teacher Educator Podcast

Harper, F. K., Caudle, L. A., Flowers, C. E., Rainwater, T., Quinn, M. & The CRRAFT Partnership. (2023). Centering teacher and parent voice to realize culturally relevant teaching of computational thinking in early childhood. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 64, 381-393. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecresq.2023.05.001

Ishimaru, A. M., Rajendran, A., Nolan, C. M., & Bang, M. (2018). Community Design Circles: Co-designing Justice and Wellbeing in Family-Community-Research Partnerships. Journal of Family Diversity in Education: 38-63.