TODOS 2018 Conference

It's ALL about ALL Students Learning Quality Mathematics:  Advocating for Equity and Social Justice

registration is now open 

June 21-23, 2018

Support the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics!  Now is the time to support and advocate for all students and their teachers!  
Attend a conference like no other with knowledgable and inspiring presenters while collaborating to impact student achievement!  Sessions will focus on the importance of advocating for equity and social justice for ALL students learning quality mathematics.  There will be an exciting blend of session types focused on five important topics of interest:  
  • Centering Language, Literacy, and Culture in Mathematics
  • Building on Student, Family, and Community Strength
  • Moving Beyond Awareness, Engaging in Social Justice in Mathematics
  • Implementing Mathematics Standards-Based Curriculum Through Tasks, Technology, Social Media, and Assessment
  • Opening Gates:  Advocacy and Activism in Mathematics Education for ALL
Attendees will have opportunities to consider ways to take direct action against structural inequities within our classrooms and/or communities.

Conference Keynote

Dr. Maria del Rosario Zavala

 Registration is open  ~ $375 

Early Bird Registration is extended   

Registration after April 1st, $400

Exciting PreConference Opportunity on June 21st!


The Benefits of Membership

Membership in TODOS is open to ALL individuals concerned with excellence and equity in math education.  Members have access to the members’ area. There you will find ALL of our publications, TODOS LIVE! recordings, presentations from the TODOS 2014 Beyond Awareness Conference, Lessons from the TODOS - TI project and more.

Dues are $25 per year and include all of these wonderful resources.

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TODOS has a variety of publications, such as, Noticias, TEEM and Monographs.   Among other items are the Bibliography of Equity and Diversity in Mathematics Education and presentations at TESOL.

TODOS' peer-reviewed journal, Teaching for Excellence and Equity in Mathematics (TEEM), is published annually.  Members have online access to the current issue, while previous issues are available to the public.

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