Culturally responsive maths education


Wednesday February 8
7.30PM (NZST)

Associate Professor Jodie Hunter (Massey University) will share insights from her extensive classroom-based research into the use of culturally responsive approaches to teaching and learning mathematics in primary school. The webinar will explore the importance of using high quality tasks to provide equitable and culturally responsive opportunities for Pāsifika and Māori students to engage in productive mathematical learning, and offer ways that teachers can explicitly connect to and build on the cultural, social, linguistic, and political contexts of all their students

Please join us for this informative and interactive session. As always, there will be opportunities to ask questions.

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