Three Keys to an Equitable Mathematics Classroom

Classroom Culture & Growth Mindset


Much like Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs,  students learn best when they feel safe enough to take risks in the classroom and have a strong mathematical identity.  Creating a positive classroom culture is a critical first step in creating an equitable learning environment.

Standards Aligned Curriculum & Assessments


Using a curriculum that supports research informed equitable teaching practices is a critical component in meeting the needs of all the students in a diverse classroom.  Using rich tasks that promote math reasoning and have many solution pathways opens doors for divergent thinkers.  

Research Based Equitable Instructional Practices


We now know what we need to do to reach all types of learners.  Master the eight Mathematics Teaching Practices and you will be well on your way to reaching all learners in a heterogeneous classroom.