Schedule is subject to change.

Friday, January 15th
All Day School Visits (must sign up beforehand, schools in SF and Oakland)
4:00pm-6:00pm Networking Event

Saturday, January 16th
8:00-9:00 Registration (light snacks provided)
9:00-10:00 Keynote
10:20-11:35 Session 1
11:35-12:35 Lunch (food provided)
12:35-1:50 Session 2
2:10-3:25 Session 3
3:45-5:00 Panel

Sunday, January 17th
9:30-10:00 Networking Breakfast food provided
10:00-11:15 Session 4
11:15-12:15 Networking Lunch food provided


Room Number Session 1
Saturday 10:20-11:35
Session 2
Saturday 12:35-1:50
Session 3
Saturday 2:10-3:25
Session 4
Sunday 10:00-11:15
218 (Rethinking Mathematics) Interdisciplinary Unit: Using Statistics to Examine Human Rights and the School-to-Prison Pipeline.
(Katie Gates and Sunshine Campbell)
Mathematics and Fair Voting (Ken Collins) Critical Mathematics Education: The Issue of Apportionment
(Leah Frazee, Stephen Lewis, Azin Sanjari)
Who gets pulled over?: Mathematics as a tool for exploring the (dis)proportionality of police traffic stop data
(Jessica Burbach)
332 (Social Justice Math) See them taught, see them solved: Social justice mathematics lessons taught by preservice teachers and solved by elementary students
(Joan Kwako and Jim Clayton)
Critical Education in Science, Mathematics and Technology: An advanced mathematical application of urban gentrification and indices of dissimilarity
(Nathan Alexander, Sepehr Vakil, SumerSeiki, and Rick Ayers)
Restorative Justice, Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, & Hip Hop Chess
(Arash Daneshzadeh, Adisa Banjoko)
Teaching Math for Social Justice: Getting Started and Keeping Going
(Rico Gutstein)
330 (Empowering Community) Parent leaders in math for social justice (Carolee Koehn) Developing mathematics teachers for social justice
(Jessica Alyce Wilson, Karina K. R. Hensberry)
Teaching Mathematics for Social Justice and the Political Ideologies of Mathematics Teachers
(Mary Candace Raygoza)
224 (K-8) That’s Not Fair and Why: Activist Mathematical Activities for Children
(Theodore Chao, DeAndrea Jones, Maya Marlowe, Marguerethe Jaede)
Next Steps for the Middle Grades: Building on Opportunities from Foundation Concepts of Early Childhood Social Justice Education
(Diana Erchick and Martha Melgoza)
Early Childhood Mathematics and Social Justice: Developing an Asset-Based Discourse about our Youngest Mathematicians
(Mary Candace Raygoza, Brandon McMillan, Nicholas Johnson, Megan Franke, Angela Chan Turrou)
328A (Curriculum Development) Payday Loans and Predatory Lending: investigating using technology in an Algebra 2 classroom.
(Joel Walsh)
Project and Problem Based Learning in the Math Classroom
(Dina Mahmood)
Getting the Most Out of a Test
(Katie Waddle and Nick Chan)
Project Based Learning: Education Remix
(Vanson Nguyen)