Eric Gutstein - 03/01/2010 - (Riall Lecture Series)
Links to Fileshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJQtrIMfFj0
MetadataShow full item record
Type of Work1:08:46
RightsAttribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
Begun in 1988, the E. Pauline Riall Lecture Series brings to the University and community outstanding national lecturers in the field of education. The series was established by the late Miss Riall, long-time principal and teacher of the former Salisbury University's Campus School. A generous bequest was provided by Miss Riall's will to fund this special program. Eric (Rico) Gutstein - Riall Speaker on 3/1/2010 (pm) and 3/2/2010 (am). Eric (Rico) Gutstein is a math professor with a mission to help teachers and students use critical mathematics methods to investigate the social and cultural landscapes of our world. The title of his Riall Lecture on March 1, 2010 is: Why did Derrion Albert Die? Using Critical Math to Understand the Conditions of Our Lives. The lecture will take place in Holloway Hall's Auditorium, and a reception will follow in the Social Room. Eric (Rico) Gutstein is a professor of curriculum and instruction at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Besides mathematics education, his research and teaching interests include teaching mathematics for social justice, Freirean approaches to teaching and learning, critical and culturally relevant urban education, and mathematics education policy.
The following license files are associated with this item:
- Creative Commons