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AERA ANNUAL MEETING, APRIL 2019

RECENT AND FUTURE
CONFERENCES

  • Louie, N., Jessup, N., & Adiredja, A.P. (2020, April, cancelled). Orienting to anti-deficit perspectives for equitable noticing. Paper accepted for the 2020 American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
     

  • Adiredja, A. P. (2020, April, cancelled). Does deficit thinking of students’ mathematical work (racism) really exist? Paper accepted for the 2020 American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
     

  • Adiredja, A. P. & Zandieh, M. (2020, February). Mathematical limitations as opportunities for creativity: An anti-deficit perspective. Paper presented at the 23rd Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education, Boston, MA.
     

  • (invited) Adiredja, A. P. (2020, February). Focusing on deficits in students’ mathematical work: A norm or a form of racism? Plenary presentation at the Third Annual MESCal Unconference on Equity and Inclusivity in the Mathematical Sciences, Pomona, CA. 
     

  • (local) Adiredja, A. P. (2020, January). Not singing the quadratic formula. Sixteenth Annual Mathematics Educator Appreciation Day (MEAD) Conference: Tucson, AZ. 
     

  • (local) Adiredja, A. P. (2020, January). “Those who can’t do, teach”: Examining deficit narratives. Sixteenth Annual Mathematics Educator Appreciation Day (MEAD) Conference: Tucson, AZ. 

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