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Ingrid Ristroph
Univ of Texas at Austin doctoral student in STEM Education with a focus on K-12 mathematics equity and curriculum.
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Ingrid Ristroph Mar 17
Replying to @LatriceSales
You’re making great progress. I had planned on doing quals right after spring break, but now that schools are closed and kids are home with me...nope.
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Ingrid Ristroph Mar 10
Replying to @ThankUBayesGod
You did this w your hs students?! Awesome either way.
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Ingrid Ristroph Mar 6
Heart swoon —> ELL PreK four year olds created a nonstandard equation completely on their own (6=3+3). I wish I could spend every Friday working in classrooms to learn more about their thinking and be in their company.
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Ingrid Ristroph Feb 16
Aww! That means a lot to me. Thank you!!
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Ingrid Ristroph Feb 15
Replying to @mwalibali
Yes! I’m a huge fan of your work. Your tweet is the highlight of my week! 🤩 I will email you by Monday.
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Karisma Morton Feb 12
and I are happy that our article "Who Gets In? Examining Inequality in 8th Grade Algebra" was recently published in the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education. Check it out!
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Ingrid Ristroph Feb 14
Thank you!! ❤️
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Sarah Powell Feb 14
I love a good study! Here and Boram Lee from describe how young elem students understand greater and less but have trouble with equal when it comes to equations!
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Ingrid Ristroph Feb 14
Celebrating Valentine’s Day by learning about successful Research Practitioner ❤️ Partnerships ❤️ between and at the Annual Collaborative Research Forum. Can’t wait to hear from one of my favorite professors on word problems!!
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Ingrid Ristroph Feb 8
Thank you!! I'm so grateful to be supported and surrounded by scholars whose work is powerful.
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Ingrid Ristroph Feb 7
Great! I got some good recommendations on literature I need to read. Thank you for asking! ❤️
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Karisma Morton Feb 7
Sitting in the front row with enjoying Paola Sztajn's amazing talk
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Ingrid Ristroph Feb 6
Despite my fierce face, I’m happy to be here at with my dear friend and mentor . Come hear about our research on impactful teacher practices tomorrow in the Phoenix Room at 1 pm!
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Ingrid Ristroph Feb 6
Replying to @sarahpowellphd
Sarah!! We share a birthday!!! Yay! Hope your Sunday was great. 🥰
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Ingrid Ristroph Nov 17
Replying to @LatriceSales
You’re amazing. Seriously. Your input would be solid gold. If I’m still stuck by the time December rolls around... I’m going to come find you! For now, keep your eyes on your big goal. You’ve got this.
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Ingrid Ristroph Nov 17
Replying to @LatriceSales
You are so much further in terms of progress than I am. We’re the same year and I still can’t decide between two dissertation topics. 🙈 Take a moment to celebrate how much you’ve accomplished!!
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Ingrid Ristroph Nov 17
Joyful about our first poster on teachers’ uses of visualization in early algebra! Thankful for the conference and for the people and work done by research group, .
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Ingrid Ristroph Oct 29
Replying to @msbearce
Awww!! Those are two dedicated teachers!
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Ingrid Ristroph Aug 27
STEM faculty who believe ability is fixed have larger racial achievement gaps & inspire less student motivation in their classes. How are institutions addressing this and taking steps to dismantle the racial hierarchy of mathematical ability?
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Ingrid Ristroph Jun 7
Wrapping up an amazing week of analyzing data with an eye on racial profiling in police traffic stops with these h.s. students. Thank you, GEAR UP. And endless thank you to
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