DMIC: Developing Mathematical Inquiry Communities


Bronwyn Gibbs shares her journey using DMIC: a reflective and responsive teaching approach to mathematics education through culturally and sustaining responsive pedagogy.

Gibbs is a mathematics mentor with the DMIC team at Massey University. She currently works in a range of diverse schools in Wellington, Napier, East Cape and Christchurch, developing teachers’ mathematics pedagogy. Prior to her mentor role, she was a classroom teacher in Porirua East, teaching from Year 3-8.

This talk was a part of Taking the Lead - Celebrating the Curricula in Wellington on 9, March, 2018

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