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Rachel Lambert
assistant professor of ed at UCSB, former teacher. I seek to create classrooms inclusive of disability where all young mathematicians take up the power of math
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Rachel Lambert 7h
Book title: "Long division, memorizing times tables, and other toothless ideas from the armpit of 20th century education"
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Rachel Lambert Jul 11
I would love to check in- writing grant now on quantifying and increasing student participation in the SMPs for students with LD. I have a PD element, so I would love to know what you found!
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Rachel Lambert Jul 9
Interesting! Want to know more.
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Rachel Lambert Jul 8
Replying to @DrSubini
Congratulations! Stanford is lucky to have you! I love your work.
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Rachel Lambert Jul 5
and probability (and SCIENCE)
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Dr. Lucy Jones Jul 4
The aftershocks to the earthquake show that two faults are involved. One strikes northwest and the other northeast. You can see the aftershocks at
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Rachel Lambert Jul 3
Replying to @Virtuouscm @TheBroad
That is an amazing way to celebrate!
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Alexandra Petri Jun 26
Q: do you support x? Beto: i'll tell you a story. once I was walking down a lovely road, a camino, if you will. I met a very remarkable person. her name was gloria. she had a dream to one day be the example used in a State of the Union address, and I said I would do what I could
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Alexandra Petri 6 Apr 18
me usually: i will wear one outfit today and read a few pages of a single book me packing: each day will demand a casual, formal and In Case Of Spillage ensemble and i need at least THREE books for the hour plane ride and I will arise at 6 to lift weights and must bring equipment
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Rachel Lambert Jun 26
Important language for inclusive classrooms.
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Rachel Lambert Jun 25
“Disability Justice…[is] an honoring of the longstanding legacies of resilience and resistance which are the inheritance of all of us whose bodies or minds will not conform.”Patty Berne quoted by Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha
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Rachel Lambert Jun 25
What is the story? I don't know it.
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Rachel Lambert Jun 25
And that many (all?) students live in those intersections. Not two separate conversations. Thank you for tweeting !
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Rachel Lambert Jun 25
So happy that is bringing this radical vision of inclusion as transformation. I really believe that if we included students with disabilities in mathematical inquiry, our classrooms would be better places to live and learn for them, for all!
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Rachel Lambert Jun 24
Somebody needs to live tweet your talk for me!
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Alfie Kohn Jun 19
Linda Darling-Hammond: "If we taught babies to talk the way that most skills are taught in school, they would memorize lists of sounds in a predetermined order and practice them alone in a closet"
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Rachel Lambert Jun 19
So helpful on how to facilitate Q&A sessions!
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Rachel Lambert Jun 18
What is the AERA Math Ed team? What do you do? How can I submit to you?
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Rachel Lambert Jun 18
Great question! tagging some people who do this
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Linda Levi Jun 14
Great things happening at the Florida CGI access and equity conference. sharing rights and responsibilities as a learner
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