As the school year winds down, it seems I’ve had less and less time for the ol’ blog.
So let’s get you updated!
First, I had the opportunity to write a couple of blog posts for the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics blog. Here and here. Please, if you get a chance, head over there and leave a comment so the greater mathematics education community knows we care how students with disabilities experience mathematics in schools!
Also, I continue to write for the Global Math Department newsletter. Here’s the latest issue. You’ll always find good stuff in this newsletter, so I recommend you subscribe to receive it regularly in your inbox!
This summer, I’ll be attending and presenting at Twitter Math Camp, a math conference by teachers, for teachers!
Finally, I’ve been busy working with Illustrative Mathematics to create access for student with disabilities to their K-12 open educational resource (OER) curriculum. While working on this project, it is becoming apparent how great these materials will be when finished since everyone involved is already writing lesson and activities with universal design and accessibility in mind. I’ll definitely keep you updated as the project progresses.
Thanks for reading and for all your support!