Let math spark connection
What if every child could experience joy in math?
Developing the path forward together
Culturally responsive instruction and inclusive classrooms are pivotal to a student’s learning experience. Through professional development sessions and co-learning, math fellows examine their instructional practice and incorporate learnings into their lessons to foster math moments that value student identity and highlight ways that mathematics is used to explore the world.
- Key actions that support ambitious teaching
- Classroom strategies that support student mathematical identity and agency
- Real-time adjustments to in-classroom strategies and instruction based on feedback from district math coaches
2021-2022 Math Fellow Cohort
Top row L-R:
Jeffrey Freiberg, Bailey Gatzert
Michael Tamayo, John Muir
Karen McHegg, John Muir
Donna Duarte, Thurgood Marshall
Sine Bodden, Thurgood Marshall
Lologo Lologo, Leschi
Bottom row L-R
Rachel Matteo, Lowell
Catherine Comings, Lowell
Sylvie Kovnat, John Muir
Melissa Woodbridge, Bailey Gatzert
Chloe Reed, Thurgood Marshall
Bryan Street, SPS
Anita Lenges, University of Washington
Missing from photo
Aschenaki Lulu, Bailey Gatzert
Glenn Ford, Rising Star
Kyle Jackson, II, Rising Star
Monica Sylver, Rising Star
Danielle Meier, Rising Star
What is ambitious, equitable math instruction?
We asked math fellows to brainstorm what ambitious equitable math instruction looks like to them, how it manifests in the classroom, and potential emerging strategies that they might want to explore. This list is their brainstorm. Download the 2021-2022 cohort’s complete brainstorm to see a snapshot of their thoughts to kick off their learning in the fellowship program.