I am offering two six-week, ACTIV8 MATH ONLINE SUMMER MATH COURSE/TUTORIALS via Skype and Scribblar. Courses begin during the week of June 18, 2018.
Each of the six, one-hour sessions will be limited to 2-3 students, so students will be paired with a learning partner–or they can enroll with friends.
These interactive, problem-based courses/tutorials will bolster skills necessary for excelling in Algebra I or Algebra II in 8th grade or high school.
Activities are designed to shift student attitudes toward a Growth Mindset and feeling more confident as competent math learners and mathematicians.
Activities will utilize the Common Core Math approach and the 8 Mathematical Practices.
The online format of the class makes it perfect for students who are traveling, but still want to devote time to strengthening their math skills over the summer.
The price is $500 for the six week course. Please submit a $100 deposit by April 30th to reserve a space. Full payment is due by May, 30, 2018. Contact me at email@example.com or 707.483.5113 with questions, to enroll, or to try out the online format. Students will need a tablet and pen to take online courses.
Dr. Felicia Darling will be a guest on Ben Woodford’s live radio show, Modern Education, on Stanford’s KZSU. Please, tune in Friday, March 16 from 3:00pm to 4:00pm at 90.1 FM or http://kzsu.stanford.edu/live/.
Discussion topics may include:
disrupting systemic inequities at the classroom level
cultivating a Growth Mindset math classroom in a CA Community College
first-generation and low SES college students
Felicia’s research on cultural assets in a Yucatec Maya math classroom
autonomy and improvisation in the math classroom
real-life math problems to support student success
sociocultural and constructivist approaches to math instruction
ACTIV8 Math, Felicia’s instructional and professional development model
asset-based professional development (PD) for K-14 instructors
I am so proud of Jasleen Sahota–one of my previous math tutees, and currently a student at Foothill College. She just presented with Sophia Nikravesh at Stanford at the Bay Honors Consortium Research Symposium on May 6. The title of their research study was, “Make ‘Em Laugh: An exploration of the not so laughing matter of gender biases against female comedians on YouTube.” I was so impressed by her mixed method approach and how appropriate her methods were for her research question. Also, her research is relevant to a pressing issue in society. Look out world!
I am honored to be invited to participate in a panel at Stanford following a screening of the video Navajo Math Circles, because of my research with math in an indigenous community in México. The panel will include George Csicsery, the filmaker, Karen Biestman, Associate Dean & Director of the Native American Cultural Center at Stanford, and Dr. Felicia Darling, Ed Specialist in Math at MCOE. The event is from 6:30pm to 9:00pm in CERAS 101. It is sponsored by the EAST House.
I will be presenting at PME-NA at 11:20am today in the Arizona Ballroom, Salon 12. My presentation, Is this math? Two community approaches to problem solving in Yucatec Maya math classrooms, will NOT be in Spanish. It is a bilingual presentation–which means that only the slides are in Spanish. and English:)
Please stop by my bilingual/Spanish presentation of my research entitled, ¿Es matemáticas? Dos recursos culturales se relaciona de resolver problemas comunitarios en las aulas mayas yucatecas/Isthismath? Twocommunityapproaches to problemsolving in Yucatec Maya classrooms. My research report session is in the Arizona Ballroom, Salon 12 from 11:20am to 12:00pm at the Starr Pass Marriott, Tucson, Arizona at the PME-NA Conference.
I hope I see some familiar faces in the audienceJ Here is a link to a 3 minute video of a presentation I did in Yucatec Maya in Valladolid, Yucatán.