Equity-centered mathematics Technology
Dimension 1: Inquiry based learning
In what way does the choice of technology give students equitable access to mathematical inquiry, discovery, conjectures, and foster sense-making?
Dimension 2 Authorship and Agency
In what way does the digital tool allow student ownership and authorship to create, represent and share their mathematical thinking to build positive mathematical identities?
Dimension 3: Formative Assessment & Differentiation
In what way does the digital tool used in the lesson allow for formative assessment and differentiation to meet diverse learners’ needs?
Dimension 4: Empowerment Through Collective Thinking
In what way does the use of the digital tool allow for students to collaborate, communicate and build collective knowledge among their peers?
Suh, J., Roscioli, K., Morrow-Leong, K., Tate, H. (2022). Transformative technology for equity-centered instruction. Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference, San Diego, CA, USA.
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Use the EqTtech Lesson analysis tool to evaluate if the technology centers equitable teaching principles.