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Updated 06/20/2024 


The Identity, Joy, and Community of Mathematics

July 16, 2024 (8:00am-4:00pm) Registration deadline extended to July 1

Presenter: Stephanie Higdon

CIRCLES Alliance Curriculum Development Facilitator and Library Director


Come build your identity as a mathematical thinker, find joy engaging in math tasks and be a part of a community of current and future math educators!  Learn wise practices to create inclusive, collaborative classroom environments where students feel brave to share their cultural identity, develop their mathematics identity and see themselves as critical thinkers, resilient problem solvers, and confident mathematicians.  Educators will engage in rich mathematics tasks, reflect on practices that engage students to build their creativity and curiosity of mathematics and have conversations with colleagues that allow for deeper reflection.

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Member registration: $60     Non-member registration $120     Graduate credit will be available for additional fee payable to DWU.

Registration deadline: June 10, 2024

Minimum registration: 15 (if not met, symposium will be cancelled and registrations refunded)
Maximum enrollment: 30 (First-come basis

2024 Symposium (DWU Graduate Credit) Syllabus

2024 SDCTM Symposium Registration

Not a member (yet)? All you have to do is join!

You may join when you register for the symposium and then qualify for membership rates. Please use the symposium registration form to join instead of the form on the SDCTM website.

The SDCTM membership year is from February 1 through January 31 of the following year. Dues are not pro-rated from time of joining.


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