AIMS Center Colloquium

Dr. Manjula Joseph, FPU Faculty

AIMS Center, Fresno, CA

April 10, 2017

Mathematics Teaching - ABOUT, WITH, FOR Social Justice

AIMS Center Guest Presenter

Manjula Joseph is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education in the School of Education at Fresno Pacific University. She has worked in education for over thirty years in many capacities – professor, high school mathematics teacher, administrator, and research associate. Her current work focuses on supporting teachers’ mathematical literacy, cultural competence, and critical consciousness. Her research interests lie in culturally responsive and social justice mathematics pedagogy. She is passionate about equitable and student-centered mathematics instruction. Manjula has master’s degrees in mathematics and mathematics education from India, and a Ph. D. in mathematics education from The Ohio State University.

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