Inquiry as an Entry Point to Equity in the Classroom
Although many policy documents include equity as part of mathematics education standards and principles, researchers continue to explore means by which equity might be supported in classrooms and at the institutional level. Teaching practices that include opportunities for students to engage in active learning have been proposed to address equity. In this paper, through aligning some characteristics of inquiry put forth by Cook, Murphy and Fukawa-Connelly with Gutiérrez's dimensions of equity, we theoretically explore the ways in which active learning teaching practices that focus on inquiry could support equity in the classroom.
International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology
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Tang, Gail; Turkey, Houssein El; Cilli-Turner, Emily; Savic, Milos; Karakok, Gulden; and Plaxco, David, "Inquiry as an Entry Point to Equity in the Classroom" (2017). SIAS Faculty Publications. 798.
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