Learn how to integrate social justice into your math classes, or search our database for resources.
Addressing historic and present-day injustices can be triggering and traumatic for students and educators. Careful preparation is important to ensure that everyone is well enough to engage in these activities and conversations, and to have strategies in place to address wellness issues that may arise.
We recommend this article called Preparing Yourself and Your Students to Explore Injustice.
Additionally, please note that some of the lessons in here were created in the mid 2000's, so these resources should be used to generate new ideas and content -- but may not be ready for immediate use.
We do not yet have a formal protocol for evaluating the resources that are contained in the database -- it's important that educators vet the resources for themselves and consider which materials are a good fit given their contexts. With that said, we strive to only share materials that align with the RadicalMath vision, guiding beliefs, and planning guidelines from above.
We're seeking resources to add to the RadicalMath database, including: lesson plans, project ideas, books and articles, websites with data that can be graphed or analyzed, project, etc.
Please contact Jonathan Osler with resources and suggestions: firstname.lastname@example.org