February 2022 Enews
TODOS: Mathematics for ALL


Volume 15, Issue 2 February 2022

Have You Voted for the TODOS Directors?

Have you voted in the TODOS elections yet? There's a week left to vote. Two candidates are on the ballot for two Director positions: Theodore Chao and Trevor Warburton. You should have received a ballot from Election Buddy, a third party site, on February 1. Check your junk folder if you haven’t received it. Contact the Nominations and Elections Chair with questions regarding the elections. Deadline is February 28.

Social Justice Quote for the February 2022 Enews


In a world full of people who couldn’t care less, be someone who couldn’t care more.


Visit and Staff TODOS Booth in Indianapolis

The NCTM Regionals in Indianapolis will be held March 16-18. Stop by the TODOS Booth. Better yet, volunteer to staff the booth. If you are not attending but would like to staff the booth for six hours or more, and you live in the area, TODOS has an exhibitor’s badge. Contact the editor by March 1 if you are interested. TODOS needs someone to be at the booth on Friday, March 18 from 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM.

TODOS-CASIO Webinar on Data Literacy

The final TODOS-CASIO Webinar on data literacy is Data Literacy in Early Childhood Mathematics Classrooms by Jennifer Ward and Courtney Koestler on Wednesday, February 23 at 4:00 PM Pacific. What does it mean to become data literate for children? What does data literacy look like in early childhood and elementary spaces? The presenters will discuss productive ways to engage children in data generation, collection, organization, analysis, and presentation. Register today!

Manipulative Use With ELLs; Numberblocks

Let’s give ELL students something to talk about. Manipulatives are multisensory concrete or virtual objects used to support student comprehension of mathematical concepts. See the blog that supports the thoughtful, consistent use of manipulatives, coupled with quality instruction. Hand2mind has partnered with Numberblocks, the global hit TV series out of the UK used by most teachers there. See the Number Routines for Early Childhood and TK that is a sample of their partnership.

Mathematics of Opportunity Conference

Just Equations announces the Fourth Annual Mathematics of Opportunity Conference: Charting a Path to Equity to be held March 1-3. To prepare all students for higher education and 21st century careers, math must serve as a stepping stone, not a stopping point, on a student's journey. This virtual conference (held 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Pacific daily) will highlight how math education can be a force for equity and engagement. Registration is free and space is limited.

Math Educator in Residence Job Announcement

Just Equations (JEQ) seeks a Math Educator in Residence to expand their network and deepen support within the mathematics education community for evidence-based, equity-oriented math pathways to and through college and to strengthen JEQ’s relationships and partnerships within the mathematics community while ensuring that JEQ’s policy analysis is grounded in math education research and practice.

Science Education Job Announcement

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction in Portland State University’s College of Education seeks a tenure track faculty member to join the department at the Assistant Professor level in Secondary Education with expertise in science education and methods of teaching life and/or physical science to educators, and to teach and collaborate with other STEM faculty in the state of the art Vernier STEM lab. 

2021-2022 TODOS Board

Executive Team: Linda Fulmore, Florence Glanfield, Sylvia Celedón-Pattichis, and Nora Ramirez
Members: Ma Bernadette Andres-Salgarino, Gloria Brown Brooks, Diana Ceja, Marta Civil, Marian Dingle, Bernard Frost, Carlos Nico Gomez, Maggie Hackett, Susie W. Håkansson, Lisa Jilk, Nichole Lindgren, Luz Maldonado Rodríguez, Erin Sylves, Trevor Warburton, and María del Rosario Zavala