• Elitism in Math Departments Translates into Racism, Classism, and Sexism in the College Math Classroom, Inside Higher Ed, 2023. •Felicia Darling and others respond to Education Week’s Larry Ferlazzo when he asks, “What is the best way to respond to educators when they say they don’t see race?”
• Felicia Darling and others respond to Education Week‘s Larry Ferlazzo’s question,”How should teachers respond when a colleague says or does something—knowingly or unknowingly—that is racist?”
• Make Cultural Assets Count in Community College: Lessons learned from piloting math tasks in a Yucatec Maya school. (July, 2020) Innovation Abstracts, 7(25), by NISOD at University of Texas, Austin.
• Community College Instructors are Frontline Workers in TCP Blog (2020)
• Responding to Absenteeism During the Pandemic and Beyond, Education Week (2020)
• Book review of Teachin’ It!, Teachers College Record (2020)
• Fair is not Equal, Education Week (2019)
• Student Agency is Ownership, Education Week (2019)
• Interview by Scott Jaschik, Inside Higher Ed (2019
• Chronicle of Higher Education Selected Books on Higher Education (2019)
• How to Make Authentic Research Experiences Widely Available, Chronicle of Higher Education (2019)
RESEARCH ARTICLES & PRESENTATIONS:
•Felicia Darling and Mariana Barragán Torres published the research article, Estrategias comunitarias de resolución de problemas matemáticos en una comunidad maya en Yucatán in RLEE, 2021.
• NISOD Workshop on reaching and teaching community college students online, October 2020.
• Darling, F. & Barragan, M. (2021). ¿Esto es matemáticas? Estrategias para resolver problemas matemáticos en una comunidad Maya en Yucatán. (under review).
•Achieving the Dream 2020 Plenary, February, 2020.
• Darling, F. (2019). Incorporating cultural assets in Yucatec Maya math classrooms. Opportunities missed? Journal of Mathematics and Culture. 13(1), 20-60.
• Darling, F. (January, 2019). SRJC Lecture & Arts, Santa Rosa, CA. Making Cultural Assets Count: Funds of knowledge in a Yucatec Maya math classrooms.
• Darling, F. (2017). Outsider Indigenous Research: Dancing the Tightrope Between Etic and Emic Perspectives. Forum: Qualitative Social Research. 17(3).
• Darling, F. (November, 2016). Psychology of Mathematics Education-North America (PME-NA) Conference, Tucson, AZ. Making Cultural Assets Count: Community approaches to problem-solving in Yucatec Maya math classrooms.
• Darling, F. (July, 2016). American Psychological Association(APA) Society for the Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race Conference, Stanford, CA. Is this math? Community approaches to problem-solving in a Yucatec Maya village.
• Darling, F. (2012). Book Review of Maths in the Kimberley: Reforming Mathematics in Remote Indigenous Communities by R. Jorgensen, P. Sullivan, P. Grootenboer, R. Niesche, S. Lerman, and J. Boaler International Journal of Multicultural Education. 14(1).
• Interview, The Best of Our Knowledge, host Bob Barrett, WAMC Northeast Public Radio December, 2019
• Interview, Education Today, Kitty Kelly Epstein, KPFA 94.1FM , August 9, 2019.
• Interview, Modern Education, Ben Woodford, Stanford’s KZSU 90.1FM, May 18, 2019
• Teachin’ It! Youtube Channel. Felicia Darling interviews community college instructors and students.