From the North: Take the 85th Street exit from I5 (just after
Northgate) and turn left on Wallingford.
From the South: Take the 85th Street exit from I5 (just after Lake City
Way) and turn left on Wallingford.
The dinner is in Hagerty Hall, on the corner of 85th and Wallingford.
Math Strong: Rethinking Routine
Practices to Engage and Empower Young Mathematical Minds.
Julia Aguirre, Ph.D. Associate Professor, School of Education, UW Tacoma
We will explore our math vision for children and youth and how we can
make small adjustments to instruction that promotes positive math
identities and learning K-12.
Dr. Julia Aguirre is part of a $1.5 million NSF grant to make
mathematical modeling relevant to elementary school students. Her
scholarship and professional development work focuses on mathematics
teaching and learning, teacher knowledge and practice, and culturally
responsive mathematics pedagogy. The work critically examines the roles
race/ethnicity, culture, class, and language play in mathematics
teaching and learning. Her primary goals for this work are to
mathematically empower students, families/communities and teachers to
strengthen mathematics education access and advancement for all our
Social Hour at 5:00
Dinner at 6:00
Presentation at 7:00
The social hour, dinner, and presentation are open to all, but we need
to have you pre-register so that we can order the right number of
meals. The cost for dinner is $15 for members or $20 for
payable at the door or by mail. If you prefer to send in your
in advance, the Dinner Registration and Membership Form is contained in
this linked pdf.
Members (even those
join at the door) are entered in the drawing for the Penewell Prize, a
$100 gift certificate to buy materials for your classroom.