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Thursday, October 17 • 1:20pm - 2:30pm
Social Justice and Mathematics: One Road Map to Creating a Class, Room 1204

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Nueva has long supported an interdisciplinary approach in which learning is authentic and focused on students’ interests and needs. Nueva classes encourage students to tackle messy, complex problems in which construction of knowledge is a practice shared by students, teachers, and environment. The mathematics team at Nueva firmly believes that mathematics is essential to deeply understand social and political issues. The session focuses on our experiences in building a mathematics course grounded in social justice. We will discuss how we gathered resources, defined goals and content objectives, and created projects that support understanding social issues through a mathematical lens. We will share the success and growing pains of such a course and possible ideas of how to embed social justice issues into other mathematical courses.

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Danielle McReynolds-Dell

Upper School Math Teacher, PK-12 Math Coordinator, The Nueva School
Danielle McReynolds-Dell joins Nueva as an Upper School mathematics teacher, most recently from Bentley School in Lafayette, CA. She has been teaching high school math for 15 years, beginning her career at Clayton Valley High School in Concord, CA, teaching a wide variety of courses... Read More →
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Veena Krishnan

Upper School Math and Science Teacher, The Nueva School
Veena Krishnan joined Nueva as an US Math Teacher in July 2016. Previously she was at Webb School of Knoxville, where she mostly taught AP Calculus, Multivariable Calculus, Honors Precalculus, and Algebra II. She received the Dr. Edward l. Tauxe award in 2012-2013 that recognizes... Read More →


Thursday October 17, 2019 1:20pm - 2:30pm
Nueva San Mateo Campus 131 E. 28th Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94403