The author highlights the importance of integrating social justice into mathematics curriculum. He provides general examples of how to do so for teachers, in additional to providing specific cases and other resources to tap into.
|How to Use|
For teachers: Consider some of the practices suggested on pages 6 through 8 on how you might incorporate social justice issues into your mathematics curriculum. For ideas on potential lesson topics or plans, take a look at the examples on pages 3, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, and 17.
|Alignment to RIDES Assessment|
Teachers 1; Curriculum 1, 4, 6
Osler, J. (2007). A guide for integrating issues of social and economic justice into mathematics curriculum. Retrieved from http://www.radicalmath.org/docs/SJMathGuide.pdf